A couple of days ago we introduced to you Utile Clothing, a brand priding themselves on understated design and considered garments that will stay atheistically pleasing as well as durable for many years to come (see the first collection from Utile here).
To launch themselves into the fashion arena the brand have set out to talk to a few of the UK’s more noticeably stylish folk who have played a part in shaping UK style and in some cases been an influence in the way many of us present ourselves. Utile present these short interviews under the title of ‘Utile: Traits’ and to kick off the series we hear from one of London’s most stylish men, Jason Jules, the man behind the very smart Garmsville website.
If you are into fashion and into menswear then this is the guy to listen to, it is also great to see a brand actively talking to the people that consistently play a part in helping and influencing the fashion scene as well as themselves. Enjoy the short film and keep a look out for more short films from Utile as the series continues.