Bristol-Based Brand Peregrine Drops Knitwear Capsule With Music/TV Star Jordan Stephens

The project is part of an exciting next phase for Peregrine who, in 2022, announced a 5-year transition to 100% regeneratively farmed wool within its British wool styles.

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Bristol-based knitwear label Peregrine and multi-talented artist Jordan Stephens have launched their debut collaboration, delivering a two-piece line-up of soft and cosy knits.

Knitted in Peregrine’s very own Manchester factory, the offering includes an oversized orange and peach, five-gauge waffle knit jumper, as well as a checked-washed knit cardigan.

Made using 100% British wool, both styles have been constructed with a generational-like feel and designed to feel like a hug from a grandparent or best friend.

Speaking about the collaboration, Jordan said: “Orange is my favourite colour. It feels central, grounded, bold and bright. It’s somehow genderless by our modern perceptions. I feel happy when I look at it. Particularly more burnt hues. I guess sunsets are felt too.”

Tom Glover, managing and creative director at Peregrine, added: “We are so excited to be able to collaborate with Jordan and utilise his skill and passion to create honest, responsible knitwear that people can love for years and years to come.”

You can cop the collection now from the Peregrine webstore.

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