- Words Notion Staff
Inspired by historic fishing villages and their rich heritage, Lyle and Scott’s SS23 range is one of their boldest to date.
Mastering modern styling since 1874, Lyle and Scott, in the face of blokecore and other TikTok trends, are as relevant as ever. The Scottish heritage brand have harnessed a subcultural spirit appreciated by everyone from football casuals to indie rock merchants. Epitomised in their SS23 collection, the label’s pioneering attitude fuels their latest chapter, which embodies fashionable everyday attire that works seamlessly in every contemporary wardrobe.
Categorised by six sections, Lyle and Scott’s SS23 range is steeped in British fashion tradition. Breathing new life into iconic designs, the collection features staple polos and statement knits across a variety of lifestyle classifications, whilst staying true to their work and sportswear roots. The casuals collection features military-inspired detailing and a range of vivid colourways helping you to stand out on Britain’s bitter football terraces. More potently, the womenswear range takes inspiration from the shipyard girls who donned the brand whilst taking on tasks traditionally held by men before WWII.
Renewing their focus on premium materials, the vintage collection favours functionality, harking back to the label’s famed knitwear manufacturing. Lyle and Scott’s sporting prowess is best displayed in the golf range, where polos and cardigans combine to give some Sean Connery suarve. Championing a sleek aesthetic, the sportswear collection revels in simplicity, whilst the archive range embraces the hedonism of Scottish jangle pop: an indie subgenre popularised by Franz Ferdinand.
Check out the full collection here.