Herringbone, or "broken twill weave" is a V-shaped weaving pattern - it is called 'herringbone' because it resembles the skeleton of a herring fish. Traditionally the herringbone weave is used across suits and outerwear, however we loved the subtle pattern which especially comes out in our garment dyes - and it wears beautifully over time.
During World War II, several militaries used herringbone twill for their fatigue uniforms - often referred to as HBT - and is where we have found a lot of inspiration for our Everyday Uniform.
Our herringbone twill is made from 100% cotton, and comes in a 300GSM weight. It is mostly found in our military-inspired styles, but you can explore the full range of products in herringbone twill below.