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Cock & Bull

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Cock and Bull is a small independent menswear label producing limited edition runs of contemporary classics. This label began with creating underwear before moving into shirts, denim jeans, jackets and knitwear.

The entire Cock & Bull Menswear range is made in the UK. With sustainable style as a guiding philosophy, Cock & Bull Menswear only produce items of clothing that it believes to be wardrobe staples that can be depended upon season after season. Cock and Bull work with a team of dedicated and experienced artisans and producers to help with every stage of production.

This label embraces a long tradition within England and the UK of making by hand to exacting standards and take pride in this tradition. From weaving yarns for its jersey t-shirts, boxer briefs and GDTs, to colouring, printing, knitting and sewing. This label also offers a bespoke service and is very happy to work with clients on bespoke design projects.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
6-10 Central Parade, 137 Hoe Street, London E17 4RT
Head Office Telephone: 07904 665516
Key Locations: 6-10 Central Parade, 137 Hoe Street, London, E17 4RT
Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories: Menswear; Formalwear
Key Stockists: Murrays; Movement Boutique
Payment Methods: Debit card; Credit card; PayPal; American Express
Delivery Options: Standard delivery; 1st Class recorded delivery
Key Countries Shipped To: UK
Inseason Full-price: Yes
Key Executives
Founder: Andii Lindsay

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