Our garment manufacturing process draws from centuries of heritage; a detailed and authentic process we apply strategically when working with the greatest designers and houses of our time.
Playing an inimitable role in high fashion, Hancock infuses utility into everything from couture pieces for Maison Margiela and Nicholas Daley, to globally released ready-to-wear collections with Missoni, Alfred Dunhill, and Stella McCartney.
Our design team has decades of experience on record, manufacturing raincoats for Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Celine and many other fashion leaders.
For the Canadian fashion house’s inaugural outerwear collection, the Hancock collaboration celebrates classic styles, sleek and timeless yet delivered in signature modern codes. Bonded Italian flannels partner with day bright liners and oversized feature trims.
A collaboration between outdoor specialist Bergans of Norway, Finnish fibre producer Spinnova, Halley Stevenson’s of Dundee and Hancock, The Bergans Future Labs coat is one of the most sustainable garments ever produced.
The innovative yarn is created using mechanically processed tree fibre, which can be recycled time and time again without the need for additional virgin material. It requires no harmful chemicals, produces no waste and uses 99% less water than the cotton value chain.
Designer Louis Rubi’s signature label has a core message of no trends, gender, age limits or seasons. A pioneer of one-size-fits-all and slow fashion, Louis and Hancock presents a range of garments that merge our centuries old manufacturing process with his signature voluminous design.
Matthew Miller has a design philosophy that positions fashion as a product, balancing simple manufacturing values with an artist’s approach. A perfect partner for Hancock, Matthew’s interpretation of our handmade raincoats cemented him as winner of the prestigious International Woolmark Prize with his “Untitled, Mixed Media, Dimensions Variable” collection. A comment on how freedom of speech could be the last authentic art form, Matthew turned each Hancock item and its owner into a walking piece of Socialist Youth art.
Three layers of dual texture cloth forms a bold and rigid silhouette. Worn inverted for the runway. Completed in Jaffa and Yellow.
One-off piece for the Metropolitan Museum in New York. Finished in ecru with a facial print in tulle netting.
A collaboration with Amsterdam-based Tenue de Nîmes. Two classic styles reinvented in bonded cotton and wool with detachable quilted liners.
A quintessential camel trench coat with D rings and hand-stitched fastening. Completed with inner lining featuring signature dog motifs, celebrating the bond to our beloved canine.
Limited trench in stone, cut from hard-wearing vulcanised cotton-gabardine.
Matched with the famous Connolly waterproof leather collar and trims. Heritage meets elegant utility.
International Woolmark Prize runner-up. Daley has continually explored his dual Jamaican and Scottish heritage, widely questioning and reflecting the notion of multiculturalism within the British identity. Thus, Hancock crafted vulcanised tartan coats with the designer, worn by the UK’s finest contemporary jazz musicians Yussef Dayes, Mansur Brown, Alfa Mist, and Shabaka Hutchings for a rare live session.
Three silhouettes crafted exclusively for the Gieves and Hawkes London store; short peacoat, duffle, and classic 4 button double-breasted coat. All tapered for a narrow fit.
La Fetiche statement waterproof cotton rubber-bonded trench coat with military belt and hand-finished glued seams. A classic piece reimagined in contrasting block colour.
A rubber-bonded super 120 weight suiting wool, styled with pop colours, with paisley and gingham embellishment and a lightweight nylon hood. A fully reversible piece.
Four piece collection; double breasted, city coat, blouson, and side-vented hooded coat. Finished in line with a unique aesthetic that adds a distinctive element to these incredible pieces of design from the Italian Knitwear innovators.
Bringing the highest level of sartorial standard to J-Crew. Hancock crafted several ready-to-wear pieces including a long dispatch rider trench and a traditional sou’wester hat, all created using the classic Hancock construction..
A collection of contemporary rubber-bonded silk raincoats with unmistakable patterns; including a navy-red brick print and a modern take on camouflage with polkadot / square juxtaposition.
Joint label collaboration synergising waterproof fabrics that combine contemporary design and traditional craftsmanship. Putting our signature vulcanised cotton to the classic 9FORTY silhouette in two finishes.
An icon infused with utility, imagined in five individual collaborations. Celebrating Thomas Hancock-invented galoshes with Converse Jack Purcell with attributes including rubber housing over lace set, zip-up sneakers, and printed high tops.
Innovation bound with the launch of Hancock VA in 2012. Classic cases modernised with utility into wearable backpacks and shoulder bags. The pieces featured Hancock prints and flannel linings, sold in limited runs to stores such as Lane Crawford, Hong Kong.