Aquascutum

Aquascutum Mens Designer Clothing at Mainline Menswear.

One of the oldest British brands around, Aquascutum remains a strong player in mens highend fashion. Shop the look today.
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11 Items Found
Product Image for Aquascutum Long Sleeved Henlake Shirt Beige

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Aquascutum Long Sleeved Henlake Shirt Beige

£135.00

Product Image for Aquascutum Hillington Polo T Shirt Grey

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Aquascutum Hillington Polo T Shirt Grey

£75.00

Product Image for Aquascutum Hillington Polo T Shirt Navy

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Aquascutum Hillington Polo T Shirt Navy

£75.00

Product Image for Aquascutum Sean Patch Pocket T Shirt White

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Aquascutum Sean Patch Pocket T Shirt White

£75.00

Product Image for Aquascutum Dorval T Shirt Navy

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Aquascutum Dorval T Shirt Navy

£75.00

Product Image for Aquascutum Reversible Bucket Hat Navy

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Aquascutum Reversible Bucket Hat Navy

£55.00

Product Image for Aquascutum Kiril Club Check Cap Navy

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Aquascutum Kiril Club Check Cap Navy

£65.00

Product Image for Aquascutum Manson Club Check Cap Beige

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Aquascutum Manson Club Check Cap Beige

£125.00

Product Image for Aquascutum York Club Check Shirt Brown

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Aquascutum York Club Check Shirt Brown

£125.00

Product Image for Aquascutum Dexter Parka Jacket Green

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Aquascutum Dexter Parka Jacket Green

SALE £495.00 £245.03

Product Image for Aquascutum Teddy Twill Washed Jacket Navy

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Aquascutum Teddy Twill Washed Jacket Navy

SALE £350.00 £173.25

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Aquascutum
Created in approximately 1851 by a Mayfair tailor named John Emery who opened his first shop in Piccadilly, he soon found his niche when he created the first waterproof cloth in 1853 and patented it in the process. From then he has always been associated with protecting finely dressed gentleman from the outdoor elements, all the while maintaining the style of his tailored roots in clothing.