All rise! The U.K.’s premier authority on all things luxury and essential has entered the building. Sunspel have a storied history dating all the way back to 1860, and a track record of innovating, creating and refining styles that, today, are as ubiquitous as French fries and taxes. Counted among Sunspel’s lengthy list of accomplishments are bringing boxer shorts to the British Isles, being among the very first brands to use famed Sea Island Cotton, and even making a cheeky appearance in a Levi’s commercial in the 80s. Never ones to rest on their laurels though, Sunspel has continued to make some of the very best t-shirts in the game. If you doubt us, just ask James Bond and Bruce Wayne – who have both been spotted wearing Sunspel tees in their respective franchises.

Sunspel SS22 Collection

Sunspel has landed, bringing with them one of the finest crew neck tees we’ve ever had the pleasure of wearing. The history-laden English brand has all sorts of street cred with over 160 years of cranking out some seriously high-quality garments – everything from boxer shorts (for which they were the first to do so in the U.K., trousers, sweatshirts, and of course, their ever-popular tees. The latter joins us at the shop in six classic colours, all providing an absolutely excellent fit and an oh-so-soft Supima cotton construction that promises unprecedented levels of comfort.

Introducing: Sunspel

Sunspel have been making very high-quality garments for a very long time. How long exactly? Well, to give you a better sense of just how long the quintessentially British brand has been around for, here are a few things that Sunspel predates: the Eiffel Tower, the invention of the lightbulb, and Canada’s recognition as a country. When Sunspel was founded in 1860, the U.S. only had 33 states. In the years since, Sunspel have made their own mark on history by bringing boxer shorts to the British Isles, playing a large part in the popularization of the t-shirt, and having their clothing become a part of the pop culture pantheon. Learn More...