Jigsaw store locations
A maker of perfect everyday outfits
Review of Jigsaw
Product range. Blank basics ranging from no-frills dark-coloured trousers available in a dozen styles, relaxed-fit pullovers sold in twice that many colourways, slim fit jackets of varying lengths, double- and one-breasted, either monochrome or carrying a subdued check pattern. Essentially, Jigsaw is a like of American Vintage that also favours quality and timeless basics. However, unlike the apparel offered by its more sports-style conscious counterpart, Jigsaw collections have a subtle classic touch to them. Print designs are omnipresent, but they are mostly never less than understated beauty.
Originality. Jigsaw is a perfect label for those eager to look on-trend but not obviously so. This is the style championed among others by Phoebe Philo, Céline's creative director: relaxed-fit white shirts, monochrome knits, and coats with exaggerated lapel collars. Everything is so utterly no–nonsense about the apparel. In a sense, Jigsaw is an edition of Phoebe's wardrobe, revised and extended. Naturally, there's nothing mind blowing to see at Jigsaw. However, the label is capable of providing you with head-to-toe outfits without your giving much thought as to how the pieces would fit your wardrobe staples.
Chic. As unpretentious as it is, Jigsaw is absolutely relevant. This is especially true of the footwear collections with Acne, Maison Margiela, Vetements, and COS allusions galore.
Pricing. Dresses, on average, are £150, jackets are £ 200, coats are £250.
Corporate history highlights. Jigsaw was founded by John Robinson and Malcolm Webster in 1972. The company won a number of British Fashion Award during its relatively short history. In the past, Jigsaw also collaborated with such distinguished fashion photographers as Paolo Roversi and Juergen Teller to produce look books (we wholeheartedly recommend you to google for further information and the stunning images themselves). Nowadays, Jigsaw boasts a retail chain of over 120 stores in the UK (both stand-alone stores and Jigsaw stocklists at John Lewis and other department stores), and 20 stores overseas.
London (35 .)Aberdeen (2 .)Belfast (2 .)Birmingham (1 .)Cambridge (1 .)Cardiff (1 .)Edinburgh (2 .)Glasgow (2 .)Leeds (2 .)Liverpool (1 .)Manchester (1 .)Newcastle upon Tyne (2 .)Nottingham (2 .)Oxford (1 .)Sheffield (2 .)
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