Last Thursday night saw the opening of luxury menswear brand Doherty Evans and Stott’s first flagship store. The Manchester based label was founded by Savile Row trained trio Andrew Doherty, Matthew Evans and Thomas Stott and has a focus on high quality fabrics and a traditional sense of style with a contemporary edge.
The team’s designs are brought to life by specially selected British and Italian craftsmen and collections are limited edition, with lines only available in small quantities, making them truly unique.
Alongside sharp tailoring and tweed ties sits Doherty Evans and Stott’s range of knits, made in partnership with traditional Irish knitwear company Inis Meain. The range features handmade cable and shawl styles in a luxurious blend of merino wool and cashmere, inspired by the jumpers of the local fisherman on Ireland’s remote west coast.
The shirt collection uses the finest Swiss threads from world leading cotton maker Alumo, who supplies shirting fabric to the likes of Hermes, and features rounded ‘penny’ collars and a slim fit. This beautifully cut range of shirts is carefully crafted in Kent and each colour is limited to a maximum of 10.
The label provides a bespoke tailoring service alongside these off the peg collections, with advice on selecting fabrics and cuts, offering truly individual and modern formal clothing to the men of Manchester and beyond.
Doherty Evans & Stott can be found at 64 Bridge Street, Manchester M3 3BN as well as in Kendals. For more information visit www.dohertyevansstott.co.uk
By Christina (@blackberrysherb)
Photography by Sven Eselgroth