Founded in 1924 in Staffordshire, England, Belstaff began its story as a brand of the daring. Aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart, Che Guevara or famous British archaeologist, T. E. Lawrence were just some of its fearless clients. Now a luxury global lifestyle brand, Belstaff reflects in its creations the same adventurous spirit, but also a refined contemporary look.
All British
  • British Art & Design
  • Fashion Design
  • Long Lasting British Brands
    Belstaff was established more than 90 years ago in England by Eli Belovitch and his son-in-law Harry Grosberg. The brand is renowned for its high quality products, especially for the weather-protective jackets. Throughout the 20th century, the belted 4-pocket jacket became an iconic fashion item, associated with motorcyclists and the racing set.
  • Luxury British Brands
    The British heritage brand expanded from its core identity as a luxury sportswear brand by adding new product categories from the ready to wear, outerwear and accessories range.
  • Famous customers
    Belstaff is highly appreciated by famous sportsmen and actors, also being a frequent style choice for the movie set. David and Victoria Beckham, Sarah Jessica Parker, British trial racer Sammy Miller are some of the personalities who chose Belstaff.
    During decades of brand history, the company added to its client list legendary names like aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart or British archaeologist and military officer, T. E. Lawrence, known as Lawrence of Arabia.
    Young Che Guevara wore Belstaff’s waxed-cotton jacket during his famous motorcycle adventure in South America.
  • Awards & titles
    Recent awards:
    2015, Fashion Futures Awards. Real-Time Innovator - Best use of data and analytics for fashion and retail.
    2015, Scottish Fashion Awards. Luxury Retailer of the Year.
  • Multinational British Brands
    The company has a global presence, with 29 countries covered so far by either independent stores or local partnerships. United Kingdom, USA, Germany, Italy and Spain are among them.
  • Featured In the Media
    Besides having extensive online and print media coverage, with top fashion publications like Elle and Vogue on the list, the brand was also featured in movies like The Tourist (worn by Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp), The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (worn by Brad Pitt), The Aviator (worn by Leonardo DiCaprio) and Mission Impossible (worn by Tom Cruise).
    The brand also appeared in other major productions like The Expendables, Wall Street 2, Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince, War of the Worlds, and The Da Vinci Code.

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