King and Tuckfield

An obsession with premium materials and provenance make KING AND TUCKFIELD a label very much on the up.

Founded by STACEY WOOD with a desire to tell stories and to reestablish a lost human connection between clothes and their wearer, the brand takes its name from her grandmother; JOAN MARION KING, and father; GRAHAM AUBREY TUCKFIELD.

The former was a brilliant dancer, the latter a miner and paratrooper, who happened to be just as nimble on his feet. Both impeccable dressers.

All of the denim in the collection is produced in WALTHAMSTOW'S BLACKHORSE LANE ATELIERS, LONDON'S only craft jean maker for 50 years.