A brand that won’t leave you Scapled – Scalpers

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I don’t think it arrogant or big headed to claim that Britain has the best High Street Retailers on the face of this planet, I hope It doesn’t sound flippant or making light of the situation, as I know we’ve lost a couple of big names in the last few years, but overall we have an enviable High Street portfolio. Don’t get me wrong, I’m no Judith Charmers, but I have travelled a fair bit and if I had to select a runner up to our crown, no it wouldn’t be the US, nor France or even the home of Designer retailing Italy. It would be none other than Espana, home to Zara, Mango, Bershka, Massimo Dutti and Camper.

imageThe latest Spanish export to set its sights on enticing us with their Mediterranean wares is Scalpers. The brand was founded in 2007 by a group of friends in Seville and was inspired by a tribe of Native American Indians who cut off scalps in order to reclaim their freedom, nice, I wonder if Ted Baker, has a similar story behind their heritage ? This is also how the logo transpired; the signature skull and bones that is so widely recognised within the brand.

The stylish brand has built a reputation since its founding for supplying timeless durability and contemporary design, conceived with the idea of liberating men from a traditional and homogenous sense of style. Scalpers presents a refreshing take on the modern gentleman and his wardrobe essentials. Offering a wide range of accessible menswear suitable for work and play including jackets and trousers, casual and smart shirts and everyday T-shirts. Footwear and accessories include sunglasses, trainers, cufflinks and ties.

imageWith Scalpers’ spirit of rebellion at the core, the label’s added quirks allowing it to stand out from the crowd. Together with this, Scalpers also prides itself on its design and details, working with Master Tailor, Borja Martin, who is recognised as one of the best in Spain for his expertise, on their formalwear offering.

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