Spring Camber Sands Lookbook

Spring Camber Sands Lookbook

Introducing the Kit Blake Spring - Summer 23 Lookbook, shot in Camber Sands.
With summer right around the corner, we drove down from London to Camber Sands for a day on the beach and to explore Rye. With the sun shining all day, it was the perfect background to shoot our new summer collection. The new range features some cotton trousers in our classic Grant and Duke styles, along with three colours of our Newman chinos. The obligatory fish and chips (and plenty of ice creams) were eaten before we slowly made our way back into busy London, our loafers and pockets full of sand. 

They talk about Kit Blake

"Kit Blake is the only brand in this (RTW trouser) guide dedicated to making trousers only. Their classic, Savile Row-inspired designs are made in Italy from British and Italian cloths, and sometimes it’s damn refreshing to try a product which is truly distinctive."

Permanent Style

"Kit Blake focus on expertly crafted garments, all made in Italy with the finest clothes from some of the most well-known English and Italian mills."

The Gentleman's Journal

"Tailored to a very high standard in true English style, there is probably no trouser more accomplished for all seasons."

The Rake Magazine

"That’s why we’re excited about Kit Blake: a relatively young menswear label (founded in 2018) that takes the mission of making beautiful tailored trousers to new heights – by pushing a quality product that is timeless and aesthetically pleasing, without compromising on price."

Boss Hunting

"A good pair of weighty flannel trousers are an essential for the AW season. They are versatile enough to take you to the office or around the park, depending on how you style them, and cosy enough to withstand the bitter winter wind. " 
Square Mile

" Kit Blake’s proposition was a standalone, ready-to-wear trouser of the kind that is increasingly difficult to find outside of bespoke: classic proportions, luxury fabrics and the styling cues of traditional English tailoring. "

Robb Report