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Label feature: Mamnick


Just some accessories on the racks right now, but with a clothing range following soon, Mamnick should be a label to watch.

Mamnick is the work of Thom Barnett, a Sheffield lad who, quite rightly, is proud of the city's heritage, something that has inspired the first products made by the company.

Those two items are the tie slide and everyday clip, both of which are featured on this page, with both dedicated to Thom's Grandad, Eric Barnett, who worked for Sheffield steel, the material from which these items are made. Sheffield's steel is a big selling point, especially with so few items produced from it in the modern era.

If you want to get one of these limited editions, they are available online, selling for £16 (tie clip) and £18 (everyday clip). Might be a shrewd investment if the label makes inroads.


Because that's only half the story, with Mamnick expanding soon by introducing a clothing range too. Four shirts are already in production, with very limited stock likely to be offered in the UK. Although if you are in Japan, you might get lucky, as the majority of the stock is heading there. If the Japanese are keen, you know it's a good bet. There's also a piece of outerwear ready to into production soon, along with a limited number of hand-stitched pocket squares/handkerchiefs.

So definitely one to watch - and you can watch the label at its Tumblr site or at the main site, where you can buy the gear as it hits the market.

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