You asked for it! – our iconic unisex fox jumper now comes “jumbo sized” to fit adults.We’d heard “oh! if only that came in my size” once too often and decided to answer your plea.So here it is! available in Soft Light Heather Grey or our Classic Kelly Green colour options.
Using the same machine washable cashmere, cotton, wool blend yarn and featuring the exact same details as our children’s knitwear, a buttoned neck opening and soft velvet lined neck tape, this fox face jacquard knit jumper is a stylish addition to any grown-up’s wardrobe!
Lovingly knitted in our small family run factory in Portugal. Machine wash on a 30′ Wool program.
Photographs by David Yeo
Courtney Adamo - Blogger
Courtney Adamo was raised on a remote tulip farm in America. A country girl at heart, she now lives in London with her husband and their four children (two boys and two girls). She is co-founder of Babyccino Kids, an online shopping portal representing the best and most stylish children's shops (including, of course, Tootsa MacGinty).
Jessica Au - Designer
Jessica leads a double life; part fashion designer, part interiors buyer running London's uber cool inspitalfields home and interiors store. Word of warning - if you're pressed for time Do Not Enter This Shop!
Meanwhile her fashion label JAU embodies intelligent, unusual designs with a flair for wearability. Rumour has it that her next collection will focus strongly on accessories, and a new "JAU LABEL" ASOS Boutique will be opening soon.
Mina Holland - Writer
Mina is Contributing Editor of The Observer Food Monthly magazine and her first book, The Edible Atlas: Around the world in 39 cuisines, was published by Canongate in March 2014. When not eating or drinking, she can usually be found with her canine friends at Battersea Dogs Home, where she volunteers each week.
DJ Philly - DJ
DJ Philly is one of London’s highest-profile VIP-party DJs and has performed at a multitude of top London clubs including Ministry of Sound, ChinaWhite, Fabric and Café de Paris. She has rocked the dance floor at parties for the highest profile clients around the world – including P Diddy, Dom Perignon, Omega and MTV, to name but a few. Philly is also no stranger to the fashion circuit having DJ’d for Gucci, Ferragamo, Hugo Boss, and Diesel fashion shows.
Patrick Walshe McBride - Actor
Up and coming actor Patrick graduated from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama this year, he made his professional debut to rave reviews in The Winter's Tale at the Crucible. Take note directors looking to cast the next Jack Bauer or Nicholas Brody, multi-talented Patrick speaks fluent Arabic after studying in Syria and at Cambridge University. He is also capable of eating his own body weight in Falafel!
Heloise Faure - Photographer
Heloise is a freelance photographer specialising in natural light portraiture. But Heloise's skills do not stop there she is also one of Europe's most talented Pâtissieres (trained in Paris and London she has worked with Hene Darroze at The Connaught and Ottolenghi). Based in Hoxton, when not taking stunning portraits you'll find Heloise teaching French to her students in nearby cafés and running the team of the deliciously busy De Beauvoir Deli.
Francis Puyat - Chef
Originally from Mindoro in the Philippines, Francis came to London with his parents in 1997 and immediately set about taking on the London culinary establishment. Picked up by Yotam Ottolenghi’s NOPI in 2011, Francis has flourished and developed his great love of Eastern spices and Indian, Asian and Middle Eastern cooking. Now Head Chef of new restaurant 100 Hoxton, Francis has designed a menu that puts flavour – both complex and bold – at the centre of everything.
Mike Jacobson - Entrepreneur
An Australian cruelly transplanted in Europe in the late 90's, Mike has been making Europeans regret it ever since. He founded Ayima, a successful digital marketing agency, in 2007 and is now testing his hand in the challenging bar and restaurant sector. His first food venture, 100 Hoxton opened in London's Shoreditch in May 2013.
Mark Pinheiro - Visual Effects Artist
Russell Brand describes Mark as "the result of two chemical powders that accidentally synthesised together in a laboratory in Glaxo-Smith Kleine forcing a government cover up operation that flushed him in a basket down river where he was found and raised by wolves".
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