Accent shoots Brutus SS16 with Derek Ridgers
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM — Brutus has been at the heart of subculture since the Sixties. From the beginning, mods, skinheads and casuals have made the Trimfit shirt an essential part of British street style.
To celebrate the wearability of Brutus, Accent asked two young London originals, Sadie Pinn and Larry B, to wear the SS16 collection their way. Legendary subculture photographer Derek Ridgers shot the campaign on the streets of Soho, referencing the eclectic style and character that has come out of the capital.
To mark the fiftieth anniversary of the brand, the SS16 collection All I’ve Ever Known looks back to the days of Harrington jackets, Nevapress trousers and loafers. Launched by Jonathan Freedman, the son of Brutus’s original founder, it is the brand’s first ever full collection. All I’ve Ever Known offers the opportunity to own a piece of history and wear it your way.
All photographs courtesy Derek Ridgers and produced by the Accent studio