Saturday, 20 August 2011

We want to know more about you.

The Christopher Raeburn team would like to know more about fans of the brand. If you are a keen customer or a dedicated follower please get in touch. As its for a specific photography-based project, this is not one for the camera-shy. A few specifications due to sample sizing below.

Height - 5'7"-6'
Dress size 8-10

Height - 5'11"-6'3"
Waist size 28-32

Ages - 21-51+

This is all about spirit and diversity so there are no other limitations on overall look.

Please write us a line about
Your occupation/interests
How long have you been into the brand?
Why does it make you happy?

Availability 10th-17th Sept in London

Please send details + 3-4 images (inc full-length if possible) to the email address below.
Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you

Monday, 15 August 2011

DAVIS store, Ketchum, Idaho.

It's with great pleasure that I'd like to take a minute to say a big thank you to our newest stockist; DAVIS in Ketchum, Idaho. The wonderful Martin and Kevin at DAVIS have been only too kind to send through a few pictures from the store and the surrounding peaks covered in Winter snow and all at studio Raeburn think it looks fantastic; I only hope that I have time to visit one day soon. We're incredibly glad to see our Autumn/Winter Parallel Coat, Pop-Out Parka and Wool Bomber taking pride of place in the store.

You can find full details for the store here:


653 Sun Valley Road

post box 2797 billing

Ketchum ID 83340

3 Peaks Challenge for Cancer Research

View from the top on Snowdon, Wales

Rain and mist of Scrafell Pike, England
Before the rain at the peak of Ben Nevis, Scotland.
Snowdon, Wales
Starting point, Ben Nevis
Snowdon in the sun.
Tough going on Scarfell Pike
View from the minibus as we left Snowdon.
Back on Ben Nevis

Certainly a different way to spend your Birthday. Put simply, the challenge was to climb the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales within 24 hours including travel time. So, myself and 12 wonderful team mates boarded a minibus in London and headed to the North. Of course I took the opportunity to kit out the team in florescent Christopher Raeburn hoodies and the next step was to simply get on with it. Ben Nevis treated us well on the way up but we we're soon into heavy cloud and then very heavy rain on the descent; all good fun. Worse was to come on Scarfell Pike in England, starting before 4.00am and in pitch darkness and torrential rain it was only excellent map reading and some steep climbs that took us to the top. By the time we got to Snowdon in Wales we had four hours to get up and down; I'm proud to say that the team came in with 40 minutes to spare.

For those looking to help support our charity challenge all donations gratefully received at: