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Article is an incredibly stylish magazine in every respect. We’re honoured to have our Haversack featured.
Article is an incredibly stylish magazine in every respect. We’re honoured to have our Haversack featured.
Cherchbi featured in Abi Tottenham-Smith’s Off The Rails round up.
Don’t be put off by the rather risqué cover, the November issue content is as stylish as ever. Page 223 & 228 feature our Oiled Leather Barrett Briefcase and Herdwick Sheepskin.
We’re flattered to have such a indepth write-up of brand and background on the Hardy Amies ABC Blog.
Thank you Simon Crompton for mentioning us in the recent No. 8 Hardy Amies store opening article.
A lovely write up of the Cherchbi brand from this new publication.
Our Isambard Briefcase is ‘practical, functional and understatedly cool’. Thanks Men’s Fashion Magazine.
Ernest is a new paper and online magazine catering for ‘curious and adventurous gentlefolk’. Count us in. Nice that they picked up on some of our work with Lissom & Muster.
We’ve admired Inventory Magazine since it burst into the shelves a few years ago. Nice to be featured now.
Great to see our Marwood x Cherchbi Herdwyck tie included in and gracing the cover of the Draper’s Menswear Special.
Our Herdwyck tweed Tablet sleeve is On Trend according to MWB Magazine.
Since 2012 Made In These Isles have been persuading a selection of folk, each involved in British design and manufacturing, to reveal their favourite thirteen homegrown brands. ‘A selection of products from select selectors’. We’re the tenth such brand. Read our list here.
A new regional design and culture title giving the nationals a run for their money. Ingram’s Review features our Black Sail rucksack as an Object of Desire.
Cherchbi bags carried by some of the well dressed folks visiting AW14 London Collections: Men and snapped by British GQ photographer Dvora.
Last month British GQ, this month we feature in the Russian title.
‘Hands down the nicest wallet you’ll find.’ The Cherchbi Four Card Wallet is the final word on The Chic Geek’s Christmas lust list.
Phil Green, personal shopper and member of The Sartorial Seven adds the Cherchbi printed sleeve to his Christmas list.
The Marwood x Cherchbi travel tie set appears in the new issue of Conde Nast Traveller. Just the ticket.
An indepth interview with Mr Fox
Helen Perkins interviewed Adam for The Westmorland Gazette when Cherchbi was Kendal-based. Good to catch up again for this In Cumbria article.
A tweedy tie for a natty dresser. Yes indeed, Marwood’s use of Cherchbi’s signature Herdwyck No.10 tweed on this bow tie makes Time Out’s Christmas List.
When the Cherchbi Black Sail Rucksack was on the drawing board this was exactly how we imagined the end use. Accomplished seasonal styling, just as you’d expect from British GQ.
David Nicholls plays with texture and pattern in his Men’s Notebook page this week. The Cherchbi printed Herdwyck tweed Tablet Sleeve combines both.
We’re really pleased our Marwood x Cherchbi collaboration is striking a chord with British menswear’s influencers. Sharpened Lead said, “In fashion terms, the word collaboration these days usually refers to high-street names or faded giants cashing in on the ‘cool’ factor of younger, edgier designers, here you get the sense of loftier minds thinking alike”.
Our first proper interview. Exciting in itself and made more so as a) we’re alongside a brand as wonderful as Marwood and b) the magazine in question is Port. Read on.
Great to see Men’s Health including Cherchbi Black Sail Rucksack in their new Urban Active supplement. We’re both, if they ever introduce a rural category we’re there too.
Our Herdwyck Haversack appears on the Esquire Directory page alongside some cracking pieces from Kent and Curwen. Regarding the cover, do you think Idris Elba ever takes a bad photo? Us neither.
We’re flattered to have the Cherchbi Haversack featured in Issue 2 of Article, both fashion pages and manufacturing editorial. This newcomer which impressed hugely with it’s first issue and appears to have consolidated that just now.
Italian design blog The MAG include Cherchbi in their review of the London Design Festival. Read in Italian or English.
Cherchbi outed by Square Mile. We’ve been metrosexual for as long as we can remember.
Menswear Style, at the sharp end of London fashion, regard Cherchbi as essential for Autumn Winter 13. We concur, also with their opinion on the colour blue, double-breasted macs, London Undercover and Drakes polka dot scarves. Lovely.
International Life’s lighthearted approach to their English Excellence edition works wonderfully. Nice use of our Norwich Satchel too.
We’re honoured to have our Herdwyck Squires Holdall make Hetty Chidwick’s pick of the seasons most sought after luggage.
Square Mile feature our Herdwyck Norwich Satchel in their Best of British issue.
It’s a real honour to be featured in this edition of Conde Nast Traveller, a first for Cherchbi.
Thanks to Troy Alexander for his piece on Cherchbi for Details online magazine in the US.
The Holborn have selected 5 of the best weekend bags, we’re delighted they included our Tenter Workbag. A really well written review, detailed yet not laborious, worth a quick glance if only for the inspirational view from the back of the camper. Lovely.
Tamara Fulton’s fashion pages in Brummell magazine are well worth a look, a very slick monochrome story this month, page 56, Cherchbi Union Tenter appearing on 59.
That erudite commentator on all things stylish and British, The Tweed Pig, turns it’s attention to ourselves and Hardy Amies.
Urban Daddy? No, us neither. But we reside on the small island of Britain, just off the coast of London, near Europe. Our US friends will be familiar though as they reach many millions of folk with their reportage of all aspects of modern lifestyle via every digital platform imaginable. They like our bags. We like their wonderfully irreverent writing style.
The Rake highlight some of our newly launched bags, and offer a reminder of a couple of established favourites too. We’re privileged to count Mr Simon Crompton as a customer and pleased to hear he’s continuing to enjoy using his Herdwyck Haversack.
Good to know that – alongside Marwood, Mr Hare and Hentsch Man – we’re a favourite indie brand of Barnaby Ash, Mr Hyde’s in the know fashion stylist.
We made the The Times A – Z of spring men’s style. ‘R is for Rucksack’.
Our longest and most in-depth interview to date, with bilingual blogger, A Lanky Gentleman. It all comes pouring out when two gentlemen of the lanky variety chew the fat about Cherchbi. Countless images and translated into Italian too.
International luxury publication Le Grand Mag include Cherchbi in their take on British Heritage, ‘English design really comes into it’s own when the cold weather sets in.’ Quite right too.
A review of our Norwich Satchel by this young, quality menswear site.
Over the past decade, James Gurney’s QP magazine has become one of the most widely read and respected fine watch publications, his show Salon QP the must-attend event for anyone with more than a passing interest in timepieces. In Issue 58 read about the watch wallet we are producing for our friends the independent watch-maker Schofield.
QP - Quantième Perpétuel, the French term for perpetual calendar, in case you were wondering.
Eric Musgrave cuts through the current media attention to investigate the reality of British made fashion and textiles, featuring one of our Cherchbi in-workshop images.
Our Squires Holdall in printed Herdwyck No.10 features in Gran Turismo, a beautifully shot men’s accessories feature in luxury watch publication Tempus.
Over the past year or so we have witnessed increasing interest in Cherchbi and our bags from the architectural profession. It’s a honour to see our Herdwyck No.10 Black Sail Rucksack featured in the February issue of Conde Nast’s German AD magazine.
Thanks to Square Mile the Cherchbi Norwich M Satchel in linen/cotton Union cloth comes out on top in this piece on the best bags for men (OK, man bags) in 2013.
One of the UAE’s few English-language quality publications, The National, with an interview with fashion writer and consultant Toby Meadows in which he highlights our printed Herdwyck Holdall as a gentleman travellers must-have.
Our press pages are usually reserved for Cherchbi, but this one crept in as a) we like Die, Workwear! and b) we like Bench & Loom, they’ve supported Cherchbi from the off and work tirelessly on their wonderful online concept store.
GQ get into the detail of our collaboration with John Smedley.
A typically detailed write up by Fashion Beans of our recent collaboration with Furniture for Bikes design studio Quarterre.
Men’s Health cover our new website launch
Neil Thornton took a shine to our sleeves and pouches at the London Design Festival designjunction event.
Selectism focus on the limited nature of our new bags for John Smedley.
A review with great images of the Cherchbi versions of Quarterre’s Furniture for Bikes.
D’Marge picks up on our Squires Holdall in English Union, the cotton linen mix is perfect for the antipodean climate.
A great piece by Selectism on our new cycling-related work with Quarterre.
Cherchbi has scoured its John Smedley archives to bring a hand-made touch back to its all British designs. The leather goods brand has worked with the menswear label to uncover their original J. Smedley stamp that was used before they branded their work with sewn-in tags. Cherchbi has used British materials to produce a limited run of flap bags, overnight bags and iPad cases which will all be individually embossed with the J. Smedley stamp, they will also add individuality to the piece’s leather trim which will be certificated with their number in the production line.
Many thanks to Daniel Higgins at Fashion Beans who comments that our autumn/winter collection combines fashion credibility with a laid back sophisticated masculinity. We couldn’t put it better.
Peter at Send A Raven pulls out a couple of favourites from the new collection.
‘We cannot choose a favourite.’ David Fischer at Highsnobiety takes a look at our printed Herdwyck No.10 tweed items as they launch in Dover Street Market.
Lineage of Influence cover men’s fashion, and a little music and design in a succinct and straightforward style. Here, a review of our English Union collection.
Selectism gets into the functional detail of the English Union Archive Messenger.
I recently met Peter, the writer of Send a Raven at Look Mum No Hands on Old Street in London – good cake, great coffee and bike repairs too. It’s been around five years since the I began developing the CHERCHBI Herdwyck tweed, interesting to reflect on this and talk about the English Union collection with someone relatively new to the brand.
The Observer Magazine offer the chance to win one of our English Union Black Sail Rucksacks.
Our Docket zip pouch makes the Finishing Touches accessories page in the British GQ Trends supplement.
This months Esquire recommends the new English Union Black Sail Rucksack.
The Telegraph Magazine previews the Gazette Satchel prior to the English Union collection launch. Part of David Nicholl’s selection of the best men’s trends for the Spring season.
Lineage of Influence blog reviews CHERCHBI and our Herdwyck No.10 bags.
Just prior to our show at Capsule we spent some time talking with Sarah Jones – Lookbook’s very own Englishwoman in New York – about the short history of the brand, and the new collection of course.
The Observer Magazine includes our Herdwyck No.10 tweed sleeve in it’s iPad cover Wish List.
A typically thorough look at all things tweed and leather in the current issue of Japanese bible Free & Easy, there’s even a review of various British sheep breeds further into the magazine. As CHERCHBI just launched in Japan via United Arrows in Tokyo and Everly in Nagoya we’re grateful to James Eden for sporting one our Tenter Workbag in his Private White profile for the magazine.
The L.A. Times features the launch of the Bench and Loom site, featuring Cherchbi alongside Brough Superior, Chapal and Gilded Age. A nice mix.
Luxury magazine imagine a modern wardrobe for Steve McQueen and Oscar Wilde
Fashion Beans produce some of the most in-depth trend forecasts, here they include the Herdwyck No.10 Squires Holdall in their AW11 lookbook.
PORT is a wonderful new magazine. Words, photos and typography all of the highest order. Editors include Fergus Henderson, Hanif Kureishi, Colin McDowell, Samantha Morton and Jon Snow. Not a bad line up. Issue 3 features our Squires Holdall Medium size.
Monocle succinctly sums up our recent tweed creation, highlighting the Correspondent Satchel.
Tweed-clad gents ponder North whilst sporting our Black Sail Rucksack, in October issue of Men’s Health.
Jeremy Langmead, Editor-in-Chief at Mr Porter describes Cherchbi as ‘a beautiful little brands that specialize in high-quality, small-quantity crafted products’. Lovely.
The Carry – bag aficionados of the blogosphere – getting behind the launch of our Herdwyck No.10 iPad Sleeve.
The folks at Selectism follow up their earlier CHERCHBI piece with the launch of Herdwyck bags on MR PORTER.
The Black Sail Rucksack as part of British GQ The Greater Outdoors piece for their September issue.
A PROPER Magazine piece on the Herdwyck collection launch with a special mention for the Black Sail Rucksack, and in addition to having a tough fleece (which makes equally tough tweed) Herdwick lamb and mutton is now getting the attention it deserves. Anyone for Herdwick Hotpot?
ACTION MAN! This piece makes us smile every time we see the magazine, or look at the tiny bag we had made for it which now sits on our office curiosity shelf. Click the link to see all three pages including some ‘making of’ pics. Inspired.
In Clothes that are proud to be British, The Telegraph’s Alicia Waite highlights a number of new British brands – CHERCHBI among them – who are reaping the rewards of their decision to manufacture locally.
One of the most well read and interesting of the men’s style blogs, Style Salvage, requested some information about CHERCHBI which quickly turned into an indepth interview.
A good piece in Men’s File magazine connecting the hardiness of Herdwicks with the robustness of Herdwyck No.10 tweed.
Our Reporter Satchel, as recommended by Oliver Spencer.
A good piece on the company and Herdwyck tweed by Andrew Williams at Mens Flair.
Red squirrel on the cover, silver fox on page 10. Cherchbi Herdwyck No.10 bags go on sale on the 3rd floor at Fortnum & Mason.
Oliver Spencer spills the contents of his CHERCHBI Herdwyck Rucksack for The Guardian. The Guardian Life & Style click the link to see contents of other fashion folk.
MONOCLE MAGAZINE’s Jonathan Openshaw picked up on CHERCHBI as ‘One to Watch’ at Pitti Uomo. March issue, page 125.
German fashion industry magazine TextilWirtschaft picks up Herdwyck No. 10 bag story.
Bruce Pask, the Fashion Director of the New York Times Style Supplement included the Herdwyck bag collection in his country/utilitarian/tweed trend report. This featured alongside Nigel Cabourn, Engineered Garments and Japanese brand Haversack. Good company.
A second report by a Japanese fashion paper. Asahi Newspaper is the second largest newspaper company in Japan. The website asahi.com has 8.2 million unique visitors and 230 million page views per month. Heck.There’s an English translation of this piece below.
“CHERCHBI drew my attention in accessories. He uses precious wool from the Lake District. The fleece of these sheep is burned, but the wool is strong and treated so made waterproof. His design is warm and remains interesting. This is his debut collection but he already has business agreement with Fortnum and Mason.”
Senken Shimbun is a Japan-wide fashion industry daily newspaper covering all fashion related news. A translated summary; “UK Fashion and Jewellery Showcase held in Aoyama. CHERCHBI, which is going to make its debut in Pitti Uomo next January is a bag brand with eco-friendly view point. The texture of leather-bound wool is rough like Harris Tweed. The company managed, after three years of trial and error, to use the wool of Herdwick sheep that up until now has been abandoned because it was difficult to spin. They are committed to UK production; the wool is from the Lake District, the spinning in Northern Ireland and weaving in Wales.”