Founded in 2015 by Adam and Charlotte Cameron, The Workers Club is the culmination of 30+ years’ dedication creating luxury, heritage and high-street fashion. Its purist approach to fabric, fit and construction quickly established its reputation for long-lasting appeal and quality; lauded by industry peers and sought by high-profile celebs and a discerning public wanting timeless essentials that reflected modern living.
As the demand for TWC clothing increased – and with stockists from London to Cornwall and as far away as Osaka – so too did the brand’s profile. This led to a string of appearances at fashion events such as the illustrious Pitti Uomo in Florence and exclusive collaborations with the likes of Monocle and Soho Farmhouse.
Since opening, The Workers Club have gone from strength to strength, finding in recognition by fellow peers in the industry as well as high profile celebrities and your average joe alike.
With a string of fashion events in the coming including Pitti Uomo in Florence, The workers Club wanted to celebrate recent Collaborations with the likes of Monacle and Soho Farm House as well as their stockist are far and wide as London, Cornwall and Osaka. We designed the first on an ongoing series of Journals showcasing these collaborations as well as their upcoming menswear.
In the build up to the events, we delivered invites, Lookbooks, social media posts and other physical materials.
A new home
Following on from our initial involvement and TWC’s continued success on a wider stage, the brand has gone from strength to strength with the opening of its first Workers Club store in 2020.
— Print design
— Digital design
— Social media