As part of our 40th Anniversary celebrations we released a national cinema advertising campaign in conjunction with the premiere of the new Tom Hardy film Legend. Shot to coincide with the launch of the Autumn-Winter 15 collection the advert - which ran nationally across 800 screens - celebrated Peter Werth’s knitwear heritage, our London N.1 roots and 40 years of delivering relevant, stylish menswear.
To see the stills from our cinema campaign and to get the look from the video, read our post on The Guide, here.
A few weeks ago, the exceptionally talented musician Rocky Nti, dropped in to borrow an outfit to wear to the Brit Awards. Already working with notable producers and artists (including Ghostpoet and Katie Melua), Rocky’s ready to break into the mainstream. Here he tells us about his personal style as he picks out an outfit from the Spring 2016 collection.
To see the rest of our #LookOfTheWeek submissions and to get involved in this campaign, click here.
Peter Werth’s 40th anniversary collection reflects our knitwear heritage and contemporary British style; it also delivers our ongoing passion for delivering relevant pieces with a sense of authority and understated style. Here’s a behind the scenes video from the lookbook shoot.
Islington is rich in history and has huge variety. Modern shops mix happily with old London pubs, a handful of theatres, along with the widest variety of restaurants to be found anywhere in London. The Islingtonian Project - a film and photography campaign - features a fishmonger, a puppeteer, a blogger, a barber, a market stall owner and a boxer - proud Islingtonians from local establishments - all wearing Peter Werth clothing. They are the spirit of London N.1.
To read more about the Islingtonians, click here.
Here we go behind the scenes at the shoot for our Autumn 2015 collection look book.
Get a glimpse of what happens behind the scenes of the shoot for our Spring 2014 collection.
For London Collections: Men Autumn/Winter 2013, we collaborated with the legendary bespoke tailoring firm Nutters of Savile Row to produce a collection of Contemporary Tailored Sportswear. Here’s what happened at the show.
We recently collaborated with graphic artist, print-maker and designer Anthony Burrill to create a limited-edition print inspired by Peter Werth’s heritage and drawing inspiration from stories and words in the Perry Boys, a book written by Ian Hough, who charted one of the great untold stories of modern youth culture. Watch the poster being typeset at Adams of Rye.
Read 'An Interview with Anthony Burrill’ on The Guide here.
Shot at Simon Phipps studio, see what we got up to photographing our Autumn 2014 collection, a range which balances and interplays sophisticated fabrics, eye catching colour and thoughtfully considered details.
Using people associated with Peter Werth as models, our Autumn 2015 creative featured knitwear, Made in London coats, shirts and footwear styles resurrecting the wardrobes of working-class style tribes from the late ‘70s (the era we were founded). Naturally each piece is given a contemporary Peter Werth modern twist – just what any working class hero would expect.
Here’s a short insight into what happens at one of our lookbook shoots. This one’s for Spring 2015, a perfectly crafted and balanced collection of contemporary British menswear.