In the 1960s, Jeremy Hackett was working on Saville Row. Here he became completely fascinated by the quintessential British style. He particularly became interested in the traditional 20th century attire for men. This love for fashion lead him to open his own store in 1983 specialising in second-hand clothes on the King’s Road, Chelsea. Here he began creating his own garments - branded 'Hackett' - by merging traditional styles with modern cuts, perfect for those seeking Savile Row style - without the associated cost.
Today, Hackett has over 150 stores in more than 30 countries. The brand is still at forefront of traditionally-inspired menswear due to their contemporary designs and dedication to British tailoring. Hackett is also proud to have partnered with many like-minded brands, such as the British Army Polo, Henley Royal Regatta and Aston Martin.
The Hackett eyewear range appeals to the modern, refined gentleman - each frame focuses on classic shapes and powerful design using top quality materials and processes.