Take a look at the first collaboration between the creator of luxury, high-performance sportscars and supercars and the iconic British clothing brand. The collection is based around a few essential classics that never go out of fashion.
A collaboration between luxury automotive and fashion, this first capsule collection by McLaren Automotive and Belstaff incorporates ergonomic seam lines and innovative stretch fabrics to allow for a full range of movement for a lifestyle at the wheel and beyond the car.
The Belstaff X McLaren Collection comprises 10 men’s outerwear items and three women’s pieces.
The combination of outfitting innovation with McLaren’s 50 years of racing and automotive experience has resulted in a collection of expertly curated pieces that puts the driver centre stage. Mesh ventilations, laser-cut seams, pivot armholes, padded shoulders for seatbelt comfort, concealed micro pockets and minimal necklines to aid peripheral vision are some of the ways in which the Belstaff X McLaren Collection has been tailored for in-car comfort.
The Belstaff X McLaren Collection represents the pure distillation of what you need, made beautiful.
“There is no excess. Everything is there for a reason. This is part of the McLaren DNA but it is also in Belstaff DNA and working with Belstaff on the Collection has been a meeting of like minds. Applying McLaren principles to different products and watching them come to life has been enthralling.” explained Rob Melville, McLaren Automotive Design Director.
The choice of generations of pioneers, Belstaff has been worn by the great and the good including revolutionary Che Guevara, Steve McQueen and the first female aviator, Amelia Earhart.
Both men’s and women’s collection are centred around three outwear styles: an all-season Performance Shell Field Jacket; a lightweight stretch nylon outerwear, named the Lightweight Hero Driving Jacket ( £450.00); a Hybrid Leather Driving Jacket (£1,195.00). The men’s collection also features other suiting, shirting and layering options. Each piece in the Collection features a serial number and a Belstaff X McLaren label.