Fusing understated Scandinavian design with styles inspired by British subcultures, Brixtol brings its own rebellious attitude to your outerwear wardrobe. Master off-duty vibes in coats and jackets that bring a retro aesthetic to a new generation - ideal for Saturday afternoons out on your scooter.
From a small kitchen in Sweden, two friends began designing clothing for men with influences taken from traditional British workwear and the mod movement. Tapping into the attitudes and style of the 60s and 70s, Brixtol focuses on coats and jackets with simple silhouettes and sporty shapes, rejecting anything old-fashioned for a contemporary take on retro. Timeless parkas and bomber jackets finished with traditional details and polished metal zips dominate the range. These off-duty designs in moody tones and earthy hues are easy to layer over a checked shirt or polo. Alternatively, try wearing the brand's longline coats on top of tapered jeans for a polished look.
Combining traditional British manufacturing with Scandinavian design, Brixtol explores its own take on vintage chic menswear. The brand is named after two centres of youthful rebellion in the 70s and 60s, the city of Bristol and the Brixton area in South London, where rule-breaking punk-rock bands were born and mod culture reigned supreme. Brixtol also draws inspiration from its native Swedish culture of art, music and (of course) fashion. The clean-cut structures and sharp lines of its clothing culminate in low-key pieces with a subtle urban look. Throw one of these jackets on with your favourite jeans and a pair of retro trainers, then wear with plenty of attitude to your next gig.