Country Of Origin
Country of Origin occupies a small strip of land between two train tracks in South London. This none too salubrious setting is where they design and manufacture all of their garments - they don’t trust factories to make them with the right level of detail, so they’ve ended up with the dirty work. They're interested in timelessness, that ineffable quality that reached a kind of zenith in modernist art and design of the twentieth century. Stuff that looks like it was made yesterday and turns out to be over 100 years old. Will your C.o.O. sweater still look good a century down the line? They're loath to make such grand claims, but yes, almost definitely.
Made in England