Don’t be afraid to Talk!

The start of the New Year brings a clear mind and thoughtful days. Here at Ocha and Garth we are increasingly conscious of the world around us and the growing burden we are putting on our planets resources. Our future as a menswear fashion brand is committed to the essential and necessary concept of Slow Fashion and alongside this we want to work towards sustainability in all areas of our daily lives. 

Whilst searching the internet over Christmas for sustainable/ethical skincare, cosmetics and grooming products we happened upon this amazing men’s grooming company MESOA and...

A visual feast of cutting Edge Men's Style

This Guy by Jamie Ferguson

Jamie Ferguson is a freelance photographer specializing in men’s
wear lifestyle portraits over the last decade and has been freelancing
for high-end menswear fashion brands, stores, fashion and lifestyle
magazines worldwide. These include Robb Report, Mr. Porter and
Muji Japan.

He’s followed men of all ages within the fashion industry across a
variety of countries opening our eyes to their personnel styles and
creating a beautiful collection of images honoring the best of
modern cutting edge menswear. These men include Hooman Majd a
world-renowned Iranian-American journalist and author; Michael Hill
founder and creative of Drake’s haberdashery London, New...

Charles Coat featured on AW Hainsworth

Our Charles Coat has been featured on AW Hainsworth Photoshoot was shown on Aw Hainsworth Instagram as their #fabricofanation

AW Hainsworth has been around for well over 100 years they still are seen as the heritage and luxury wool merchants very well known around the world.

Charles is made from AW Hainsworth luxury 100% Wool Fabric. Charles Coat is known to be with Functionality, Comfort, Quality and of course Individual Style. Charles was never made as Mass Production our PART FOR Sustainability & Slow Fashion. 

The King & Queen guards uniform is still even till today is...

Money is always there but the pockets change - Gertrude Stein

As far back as 3,300 BCE, a tribe of people called Otzi (also known as the “Iceman”) used belts with pouches sewn onto them to hold a selection of utilitarian items such as a scraper, drill, flint flake, bone awl, and dried tinder fungus. This was the beginning of what we know today as a pocket. 
People throughout Europe at the time of the 13th century used leather or cloth pouches to hold their valuables under their clothing.  Later in the 15th century, the concept of...

Functionality of a Man's blazer

Today's simple definition of a Blazer is a ‘type of jacket resembling a suit jacket, but cut more casually’.
The origins of the Blazer are around the early 1800s when the Lady Margaret Boat Club in Cambridge used a red Blazer made of bright coloured cloth as its club jacket. The Royal Navy, HMS Blazer’s gig crew wore a blue and white striped variation in 1837 dressed by their Captain and it's said this were the term Blazer appeared in our vocabulary. Another variation the Reefer jacket is of naval origin, short...