Again, you asked and we have delivered! A simple bag to throw in your pocket or handbag for those moments, well when you just need one! All our tote bags are made organic cotton and are all sustainably made in India and designed in the UK. Wash cool, Hang dry. Available in black, cream and white.
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SPRING10 FOR 10% OFF
Well, it's nearly Spring! So, to celebrate this and get into the sunny vibes we are offering 10% off all our hoodies + tees.
All our hoodies + tees are sustainably manufactured using organic cotton.
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Bird + Wolf jackets are lightweight but robust as hell. Made for army wear the durability and quality is exceptional. Both our Camo and Dutch Army jackets are the perfect staple piece for your wardrobe. In a shirt style (throwing it into the 'shacket' camp) with breast pockets, the Camo jackets can be worn as a shirt type piece over a t-shirt or as jacket with..well basically anything!. They are super versatile as you'll find it when you have one. You'll probably end up wearing it all the time!
- ANNA MURPHY THE SUNDAY TIMES
Often people ask me 'What is Bird + Wolf'? How would you describe it? I often find this a little tricky. It's like trying to describe a stream or the sea, or the sky. We all see it differently. And, the truth be told, I don't want to describe it. If we describe a brand we are dictating an interpretation of it. We want Bird + Wolf to be whatever you want it to be. We cannot define ourselves, for one day we might feel like a lone wolf and another we might want to be 'with the pack'. We might want to soar across oceans like a bird or nest to feel comfort and security. Like the bird and the...
Last year we lost a punk icon. Vivienne Westwood a maverick, a trail blazer, a true rebel. Her style was unforgiving, she held nothing back. She pushed boundaries, broke rules, viewing punk as 'seeing if one could put a spoke in the system'. A lot of her merchandise promoted political causes such as nuclear disarmament, climate change and civil rights, not be mention the 'Sex Pistols' of course. Personally, the leaf that I take away from Westwood's book is fundamentally loaded with rebelliousness but also with compassion. I loved the fact she 'turned left' and in turn changed the face of fashion forever. She was not afraid to be herself, in an industry that, despite it's commercial message of freedom of style, in fact subconsciously so...