Imposing, masculine and hardy, British-woven tweed is king among cloths. The fabric is central to Hackett’s new selvedge tweed collection of luggage, which includes a double-handled and large zip-up holdalls, as well as this: the Hackett selvedge tweed tote.
Perfect for the great outdoors, rugged tweed is suited to the most inclement of climes – and is as British as a grouse moor. Woven at the Lovat Mill in Hawick, Hackett’s tweed is rubber-bonded, making its bags waterproof.
And, for added Britishness, the collection was inspired by a vintage holdall the label’s founder, Jeremy Hackett discovered on Portobello Road.