With their authentic take on street wear clothing combined with their ambition to promote the exciting talent breaking onto the British alternative music scene, the brand offers a refreshing and vibrant take on menswear for fashion conscious young men.
Music and fashion have long been considered thriving creative and independent sectors that have significantly contributed to putting Britain on the cultural map for years on end. Inspired by music, originality and new talent, the online fashion label Stanley Kane hope to grow their clothing brand through the unique relationship consumers have with fashion and music.
Whilst it’s very early days for the new fashion brand, the Stanley Kane blog and social media sites managed by marketing manager Charlie Bowles, who also happens to be lead guitarist in Birmingham band ‘KIN’, promises to provide followers with some great fashion fixes, reviews and interviews with up and coming local bands across the midlands.
Charlie recently had the opportunity to chat with Leicester-based indie band ‘Clubs’. “This five piece is creating some really forward thinking progressive sounds. Influenced by the likes of Foals and the Maccabees, Clubs are blending indie pop and afrobeat styles and are tipped as one of Leicester’s hottest up and coming bands.” The interview can be found on Stanley Kane’s YouTube channel.
The 80 piece autumn/winter collection from Stanley Kane feels fresh and urban. From super stretch skinny, stretch skinny and slim sizes, styles include vintage, snow wash dye, as well as black, grey and burgundy colours; there’s plenty of choice, style and wearability to excite customers and early feedback suggests they can’t wait to get their hands on Stanley Kane’s fresh and affordable clothes.
Also showing on the Stanley Kane eCommerce store are a range of blue and black washed denim jackets, embroidered khaki camo shirts and contrast sleeve sweat shirts.
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