British menswear brand Percival are releasing a new ‘Percival Auxiliary’ collection, which aims to provide fashionable, essential building blocks to a variety of different styles. The collection will be dropping on the 14th of September and will be available both in store and from the Percival’s website.

The Percival Auxiliary collection aims to provide a starting point to the Percival wardrobe, combining temporary designs with the classics of menswear to create a refined range that showcases the core ideals of the brand. Moreover, the menswear staple has spent the last twelve months sourcing more sustainable, longer lasting materials for the collection, making use of high quality organic fabrics throughout.

The Auxiliary collection covers all bases for complementary pieces for different fits. Described by Percival as ‘Routine Critical Daily Goods’, each item is designed to enhance the rest of a look. These are all made with heavyweight organic cotton by experts in Portugal, with a variety of screen print and embroidered options.

Percival have also redefined their classic Sherlock coat design, along with a new range of waterproof options. Both the Sherlock and Greyson trench coats in the collection make use of the finest Italian fabrics, featuring yellow Auxiliary branding and binding, making them perfect for adding a touch of style to the wet winter months ahead. Percival Auxiliary also extends to outerwear, ranging from the Draftsman Overshirt which includes a pencil and notepad to the Stakeout Jacket which features a vent at back, storm guard snap closure, and a two way heavy weight zip.

Speaking on the collection, Chris Gove, Founder of Percival, states:
“Your routine is critical, no matter how different, how complex, or how simple. Percival Auxiliary is about creating a collection that is relevant to your everyday habits regardless of what they are. It is the start to your Percival wardrobe, the perfect add in for any spicy trend pieces. These are Routine Critical Daily Goods.”

Percival has had an undoubted impact on men’s fashion since the brand started in 2009. Specialising in small collections, and with a penchant for collaboration, the menswear staple has worked with the likes of the Off Menu Podcast, Champion and Umbro. Furthermore, their clothing can be seen sported by celebrities ranging from David Beckham and Michael B Jordan, to Marvel favourites Ryan Reynolds and Chris Evans.
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