“Blending timeless classics with modern influences to create a celebration of style, culture and craftmanship.”

Pellicano Menswear

The finest limited edition menswear using best quality fabrics and manufactured ethically in the UK and Italy. 

“Blending timeless classics with modern influences to create a celebration of style, culture and craftmanship.”

Classic striped Oxfords

 
 
Martin Freeman shows off his silk knit tie from our range of English & Italian made neck wear. 
Worn with a crisp white button down –  crafted from carefully selected Thomas Mason cotton poplin.
Shout Quietly!
Established in 2011, Pellicano Menswear prides itself in individuality  –  designing and printing fabrics to be used exclusively in our range of shirting.
A new polka dot has featured in every autumn range that we have produced. Martin wears a British Racing Green  shirt with white spots.

Earn Your Stripes!

“In a country still reeling from years of war, a new British teenage generation turned  against the demob suits and  ‘make do’ attitude of their parents, and looked to Europe for a new and freer way of dressing. The rebel spirit and continental cool of the striped shirt found a new audience.”

Authentic Breton Shirts and Knitwear by Armor Lux of Brittany, France.

 

Pulling The Wool – Merino Style

“A fabric for all seasons, merino has with remarkable a high degree of breathability which keeps you cool in the heat and  warm when the temperature drops.”

Choose from our range of shirts, popovers and roll neck jumpers. Perfect on their own or for layering.

Winter Wardrobe 

Our range of coats and jackets will keep you looking cool and feeling warm and dry.

Classic wardrobe pieces form our friends at Armor Lux who have been keeping the French looking and feeling warm since 1947.

At the heart their range is the iconic pea coat: 

The Pea Coat – Nautical But Nice!

We are proud to stock sunglasses by ‘The Bespoke Dudes’ of Milan.

TBD Eyewear is a brand of sunglasses and opticals made from the skillful hands of expert Italian artisans in Milan. 

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From the ‘Journal’ vaults:
Soul Grooves with Sir Horace 

 

Sir Horace is a very busy man with many creative skills. He is an established artist and was recently was commissioned to create a series of artwork to celebrate 80 years of the Beano. He is currently presenting his Japanese Vending Machines .exhibition.

However, Horace is best known as the bass player with British seminal ska band : The Specials. A band that has just completed a tour in support of the their latest best selling album ‘Encore’. the latest album is eclectic in style mixing ska with dub funk and disco.

From the Pellicano Journal

“Continentalism- the cool quest to acquire taste & identity” by Tim Vickery

"few of the working class English Mods who wore sharp suits cut short and rode Vespas and Lambrettas realised they were copying Italian fashion, but they were.

Mick’s Blessings: Conference with Councillor Talbot – Tim Vickery

The keyboards were right up front on the first Style Council single, ‘Speak Like a Child,‘ and on ‘Party Chambers’ on the

Drum Warrior: Conference with Councillor Steve White – Tim Vickery

Meeting In Progress In a World’s Strongest Man contest, someone has to finish last.  Someone has to be the weakest of the

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