Jaeger commemorates 125 years with book and collection
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Jaeger are celebrating their 125th year and what better way to mark the occasion than a book written by London College of Fashion lecturer Amy de la Haye, and V&A fashion curator Judith Clark?
The book features rare archive material and traces the company's origins from German health knitwear producer to British institution. It then goes on to discuss it's sale for £1 to Harold Tillman in 2003 and finally it's recent revival complete with London Fashion show.
Jaeger are also commemorating the anniversary with their Jaeger 125 limited edition collection (pictured) which is an eight-piece range in the company's now trademark monochrome palette. Inspiration comes from Jaeger's '60s archive when Jean Muir was drafted in to appeal to a youth market. Both the collection and the book will be available from March, jump through for more images of the collection.