SWH TEN25 COLLECTION LUXURY OFF-DUTY STYLE FOR ALL SEASONS
Today's top athletes are as revered off the pitch as on, making off-duty style a constant talking point. As Scottish rugby ace Stuart Hogg returns to training ahead of the Rugby World Cup in Japan, we review the SWH Ten25 collection, a knitwear collaboration between Stuart and Johnstons of Elgin which combines contemporary design with unmatched luxury.
Stuart's connection with cashmere goes back further than his record-breaking rugby career, his father John has played a key role at our Hawick mill for more than 20 years and Stuart himself worked there for a while. The winner of more than 60 caps for Scotland, Stuart has played for Hawick, Glasgow Warriors, Scotland and the British & Irish Lions. He took time out from his gruelling training schedule to co-create an elegant men's collection that will see you through all seasons.
Stuart Hogg Clothing Collection
Our men's Cashmere Hoodie, available in navy or silver, is lightweight and ultra-soft. Made with 100% cashmere, this SWH Ten25 staple gives a nod to Stuart's passion for Scotland, with skyline blue contrast ties. All pieces in the collection feature a subtle leather badge, with Stuarts 'SWH' initials and 'Ten25', his unique cap number.
Our men's Zip Neck Extra Fine Merino Wool Jumper is the perfect athleisure piece, keeping you cool in the warmer months and warm in the winter. This time the light blue contrast is in the neck detail, adding interest to this versatile top. No weekend wardrobe is complete without our men's Cable Lambswool Jumper. Featuring the SWH Ten25 badge on the left sleeve, this timeless garment can be dressed up or down for formal or casual settings.
Wrap up post-match or stay warm as a spectator with our Cashmere Scarf and Cashmere Hat. Both come in four colour options, navy, silver, olive and skyline and again feature the chic leather badge.
Every piece in the SWH Ten25 collection was crafted by our knitwear experts in Hawick, Stuart's hometown, which is as much in his blood as rugby.