Crew Clothing Reveals the Natural Way to Stay Cosy this Winter

Oct 28, 2010, 03:00 ET from Crew Clothing

LONDON, Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The new winter range from Crew Clothing, the London-based British casual luxury clothing retailer, focuses on natural, breathable fabrics, proving that winter wear does not need masses of synthetic fibres to help customers stay warm and comfortable this season.

In response to clothing trends that move away from using man-made fabrics, Crew's new winter range features a range of natural materials including wool, feathers, cotton corduroy and tweed in mens jumpers, jackets and knitwear, and ladies sweatshirts, coats and jumpers, with minimal use of synthetic fibres.

As well as classic Crew staples, customers will find mens jackets with warm fleecy linings, men's blazers in cotton moleskin, men's knitwear in pure lambswool and men's winter gilets with feather padding. The collection also features classic womens jackets in wool, ladies jumpers in pure cotton and ladies sweatshirts in pure layered cotton.

Crew has endeavoured to create practical clothing whilst retaining the impeccable quality and stylish edge the brand is famous for. "Stripes and checks play a key role in our outfits this season," says company founder Alistair Parker-Swift. "We have introduced jersey and lightweight knit pieces to build a layered look for every occasion, as well as distinctive new rowing and ski-inspired prints."

About Crew Clothing Co.

Crew Clothing Co. was started in 1993 by Alastair Parker-Swift and was run out of a small windsurfing shop in Salcombe. Today the business has grown significantly with over 400 staff; however it remains a family run business which is passionate about creating clothing that epitomises British Casual Luxury.

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