Griffin Studios always design with a better future in mind from their carbon-neutral design lab based on the rugged UK coast. Sometimes, it can be as simple as re-purposing fabrics sitting in unused factories and mills.
For Spring 21, Griffin Studios have revived the speciality deadstock military fabrics from two high-end European mills: Italy's Majocchi and Belgium's Utexbel, established in 1929. A simple but great idea, allowing for a new collection with shell fabric made of up-cycled materials. This collection is made in Europe.