BrandsAssociated with The 39 Club

Please see below a list of brands currently associated with The 39 Club.

Brook Taverner was founded in 1912 by Frank Brook and Walter Taverner.

In 1967, with many traditional tailors’ shops disappearing, it was decided that a cut, make and trim service should be offered. Five years later, this led to a comprehensive ready-to-wear range being introduced. Today, Brook Taverner, based in Yorkshire, is one of the UK’s most respected names in men’s classic tailoring, and is based on three principles: quality, service and price.

The company prides itself on its exceptional craftsmanship and detailing, cutting no corners to deliver the perfect finish to every garment. Because the firm specialises in only manufacturing men’s suits, coats and over coats, its depth of knowledge and experience is barely rivalled by any other menswear maker in the country.

 BRÜ has been the byword for high-quality production of men’s trousers since 1923. Over the decades, the company has developed into a specialist enterprise of international renown, which now produces close to 1.0 million pairs of trousers a year. 
  The company was founded by Hans Davidts in 1989. It started with the menswear collection CLAUDI0 CAMPIONE and was followed, in 1993, with the market launch of Lisa CAMPtONE.

The range structure of both collections were improved, over the years, by optimising the quality of goods on offer. The focussing was brought to perfection by carefully selecting our target groups.

The market driven collection development of the collection, guarantees a profitability in the sales area, and an above average productivity.

Trading partners are, largely, the independent retailers and those department stores, who can ensure an independent product presentation.

As well as a multi label placing, our focus lies in our management of shop-in-shops and other in-house sales areas. ln Germany the CAMPIONE products are offered in more than 200 shop-in-shops and stand alone areas.

Abroad the number of shops and stand-alone areas already comes over 100.

In spring 2008 CAMPIONE opened the firstmono stores with large trading partners in Poland and the CIS.

LISA CAMPIONE and CLAUDIO CAMPIONE are represented in more than 20 countries within Europe, Asia, Australia, China and North America.

More than 2.500 customers are now serviced worldwide.

Falke socks have been known for their quality since 1895. Falke's philosophy is based on zero compromise on quality, innovation, functionality and most importantly wearer comfort. The Falke style is the perfect combination of technically superior products with the best of contemporary fashion.
  Fox have made handmade umbrellas since 1868 and have built a reputation for excellence, skill and superb craftsmanship. Today quality and attention to detail are still the hallmark of a Fox umbrella.

Fox Umbrellas were the first manufacturer to use Nylon instead of silk for umbrella canopies after they had been introduced to Nylon by the military during World War II.

Fox Umbrellas have supplied to the English and Japanese Royal families and also the late President of the USA J.F. Kennedy.  Fox Umbrellas make for film companies, television and stage, notably the John Steed umbrella in the Avengers.

Quality walking sticks and travel raincoats are also available. 

Handmade in England.

Since 1973, Gabicci has played a huge part in music and youth culture, proudly worn by the likes of the Specials and Bob Marley, more recently Labritnth and Maverick Sabre to name just a few.

The definitive Gabicci look incorporates Italian inspired styling with an air of authority and class, brought to the UK by Gabicci founders Jack Sofier and Alex Pyser after a brief vacation in the Italian seaside town of Gabicci Mare.

Attention to detail and originality is always at the forefront of every collection, unique fabrics, buttons and linings, not to mention the heavy gold ‘G’ that remains such an iconic symbol.  This soulful look is as strong as ever today, with a new generation seeking out heritage brands to fulfill revival trends.  Following in the footsteps of the Mods, Rude Boys, Suede Heads, Rasta’s, Northern Soul and Acid Jazz boys, demand for the brand is at an all time high.

Now in 2014 generations old and new are seeking out authentic heritage brands and revival trends. As for us, we will continue to grow and to develop the brand yet still remain true to our roots.  We will experiment and collaborate where we can, keeping to our signature soulful look, whilst always remaining current.

In 1919, inside a little shack in Northamptonshire, a man called John White was stitching together a legacy. He was handcrafting the first pair of John White shoes, and the beginnings of a British boot-making empire.

From the very first pair, John White’s shoes were all labelled with KB. This mysterious emblem was only explained toward the end of his life. They stood for Keep Believing, and this had been John’s motto throughout.

Whatever adversity John White faced, the man and his shoes would find a way to persevere. The story of John White Shoes is still alive today in Northamptonshire, and we are still driven by the same founding values: Quality craftsmanship, timeless British styling, and most importantly: a belief in what we do.


Merc was born in 1967 as the world was transfixed with Swinging London. The Mods flocked to the brand’s Carnaby Street shop where only the cool could survive. Jump forward almost 50 years and Merc’s sharp cuts and modernist styling are as relevant today as they always have been. Carnaby Street may not be what it was, but Merc is a brand with a global fan base and each new generation aspires to the styles adored by so many for so long, always updating, never stagnating. Just as Quadrophenia is still regarded as a cult classic in the world of film, Merc is still playing out every scene – but to a brand new audience.


 The year was 1899. Tailor August Stenström of Helsingborg was swamped with orders. His reputation for making the best, most fashionable shirts had spread far and wide, and all the most elegantly dressed men wanted a Stenströms shirt.

That same year, the first Stenströms factory was built in the heart of Helsingborg. By 1912, it was Scandinavia’s largest shirt factory and employed 140 people.

Today, over 100 years later, our reputation for unique quality has spread far beyond the country’s
borders, and our experienced craftsmen and women still do most of the sewing by hand. Each
Stenströms shirt undergoes more than 60 separate production stages, 25 on the collar alone,
to give it that special feel which is so characteristic of a Stenströms shirt.