Classic British branding

PUBLISHED : Monday, 05 May, 2008, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 05 May, 2008, 12:00am

Daks From a bespoke tailoring service set up in Middlesex Street in London in 1894, Daks (right) has grown into one of Britain's leading fashion houses. British Designer of the Year Giles Deacon, and Daks menswear design director Bruce Montgomery combine the brand's renowned tailoring skills with luxurious fabrics and clean lines. For women the luxury collection for summer features soft shapes and gathered, ruffled and pleated fabrics in metallics, blacks, gleaming pastels and dots. The casual wear collection features flowing yet neat tailoring in neutral shades, pinstripes and checks. For men the range is cool and contemporary, with neat lines, some stripes, and the Daks signature check inside the collar.