The Workers Club
The Workers Club is an antidote to the increasingly fast-paced world of fashion, creating new classics with an emphasis on quality, function, and finish. Taking its name from a 1920s Constructivist workspace, The Workers Club is a concept originally established by Aleksandr Rodchenko, designed to encourage collaboration and productivity between creatives. This idea inspired the basis of how TWC produces garments that are as sophisticated as they are utilitarian by collaborating with leading like-minded brands to design extraordinary pieces made in the most esteemed factories from the UK to Japan. From focusing on securing limited and deadstock high quality cloths to developing proprietary dry waxed canvases, every TWC detail is hyper-considered and garments are produced in small quantities by England’s premier outerwear factories. With an expanding vision towards authentically distressed denim using premium material from the upstanding Kuroki Mills and partnering with the best artisan hand finishing and wash workshop in Okayama, each pair of jeans is unique with unsurpassed quality. TWC is dedicated to constructing an entire wardrobe of timeless essentials that reflect modern living with each garment engineered with integrity, passion, and performance, inspired by, and made for their customers.