Belstaff Jackets And Clothing

Belstaff has the reputation for crafting some of the most sought after pieces of outerwear in the world. Belstaff UK has exemplified a rugged heritage British look for over 80 years. Founded by Harry Grosberg in Stoke on Trent, Belstaff’s original mission was to create jackets that would cater for motorcyclists, aviators and the armed forces; areas that their high quality fabrics and world beating construction techniques were more than capable of living up to. Despite their focus on embracing everything to keep their wearers protected from the elements, it was Belstaff jackets that made the biggest impact on the fashion world, with silhouettes such as the now iconic Belstaff Trialmaster becoming a thing of legend amongst premium designer outerwear enthusiasts. It is no wonder that the sought after nature of a Belstaff jacket has developed in modern fashion culture- leading to the inspired label becoming notorious for high quality, effortlessly cool and eternally desirable styles. With designs from the 50’s and 60’s becoming key collectors pieces, the luxurious nature of the brand has only been amplified, and, along with their charitable efforts through the charity ‘Belstaff Charity- Not On Our Watch’, their notoriety as a conscious contributor to much more than the fashion driven wardrobe has been hugely boosted.

From Brad Pitt, David Beckham and even the late, great, Steve McQueen, a Belstaff jacket has hung in the wardrobes of some of the world’s most famous and revered faces, proving their position as a culturally and historically significant piece of international style.

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  1. Add to wishlist Belstaff Jacket | 7120854 C50N0638 50048 Red | Aphrodite

    Belstaff Jacket - Red

    As low as £349.00
    New Season
  2. Add to wishlist Gilet - Pine

    Belstaff Gilet - Pine

    As low as £295.00
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