Founded in 1969, riding wear specialists Lavenham continue to produce in-house jackets made almost exclusively from British materials. Up here is their latest collection of quilted jackets and a complementary tote bag, each of which harp back to the fact that the brand were the first to produce a nylon quilted horse rug.
The colourway on each model is kept simple with a plain base set against a lining of a different, brighter color. Each and every item from this line features a shell made from 100% polyester using 100 gram quilted wadding, with the jackets all sporting cord collars to support a classic upper-class British look.
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