Did you know… we have a sister brand called Milk.It?

Milk.It mostly uses a mixture of vintage finds, deadstock fabrics and factory reject tees… and then up cycles, remakes and reworks them in to rad shit.

We make 90% of our products in the UK keeping our carbon footprint low. We are not perfect, we still use some fabrics and trims that are not recycled (around 25%)… but we are trying, and that’s what counts.

Shop the latest Milk.It Collection here:

September: Black label pre-spring preview

Last Thursday we hosted a night to remember in our Ganton street store in celebration of our pre-spring Black Label collection and Carnaby LFW festival.

The collection is heavily inspired by the 1970’s punk protest movement. Industrial materials and hardware have been used throughout the collection to exude a raucous sense of fun, along with a heavy dose of sex appeal.

Throughout the evening we were joined by guests including DJ Alexis Knox who produced an exclusive set for the preview party along with Instagramers Charlie Barker, Amy Valentine and Robyn Bevan. In keeping with our British culture guests sipped on an array of beverages including Funkin Cocktailswhilst munching down on a Herman ze German dish!

The Black Label collection is due to launch late October – keep an eye out on our socials for more sneak previews and updates.

Music by: Toro Y Moi

DJ: Alexis Knox

Food by: Herman Ze German

Drinks by: Funkin CocktailsScavi & Ray and Pistonhead Lager

Photos and video by: Nick Silvey


This years Bread & Butter festival hosted by Zalando bought together the best in fashion, music and food. The theme for B&&B 2017 was ‘BOLD’ so that’s exactly what we aimed for. We created an interactive see now, buy now walk through exhibition titled “Masterpieces by The Ragged Priest”. The installation included individual displays of each style available on Zalando including our What’s the Real Trap teddy bear art piece featuring the Grow up tee and our exclusive Just Be collaboration with Zalando featuring the Be Nasty, Be Real, Be Free, Be Bold tees available exclusively on their website!

See below for more images from our Masterpieces exhibition at B&&B 2017.


June: Summer in the city









Shot by: Arran Critchley

Models: @millypye @b.e.e_j @sreejacherukad

MUA: @makeup_by_s.l.m_


June: The Ragged Priest Shop


Find us at:

8 Ganton Street, London, W1F 7QP

Mon-Sat: 11-7 , Sun: 12-6

May: The Ragged Priest Shop Launch

Our new London home has been open for a whole week now. So we decided that a celebration was in order with our nearest and dearest. We want to say a massive thank you to everyone who has supported us over the past years, we really couldn’t of done it without you. And if you still want a piece of the action, come and give our shiny new store a visit at:

8 Ganton Street, London, W1F 7QP – Mon-Sat 11-7, Sun12-6









Music by: Grl Tlk DJs

Burgers by: Shake Shack UK

Drinks by: Scavi & Ray and Pistonhead Lager

Nail Art by: crybabykara and georgiemua

Photos and video by: Nick Silvey

April: Desert Island Discs

Being that Summer is pretty much here, and the inspo behind our Summer Collection is all things shipwrecked, we thought we’d put together our very own edition of Desert Island Discs. So here it is, a difinitive list of our most perfect tunes for summer, that we wouldn’t mind being marooned with… Leave a comment below to let us know what tunes would be at the top of your own Desert Island Discs playlist.



1. Kendrick Lemar – Untitled Unmastered

This unexpected release of demos from the messiah that is Kendrick, just feels like an all around treat.



2. Van Morrison – Astral Weeks

The first fully-fledge solo album by Morrisson, still sounds as hypnotic as when we first ever heard it.



3. Jay Z – The Black Album

So ok the retirement didn’t last long, but Jay Z’s so called ‘farewell album’ still kicks a punch.



4. Dum Dum Girls – Too True

Dreamy female vocals and guitar reverb make this the perfect girl power album for summer.



5. Grimes – Visions

We find Grimes’ weird original gonzo pop just totally intriguing and addictive.



6. Nirvana – MTV Unplugged in New York

Recorded only 4 months before Kobain’s death, this MTV live performance awkwardness and intimacy make it close to our hearts.



7. FKA Twigs – LP1

This masterclass in sexual angst sees FKA Twgs laid bare through personal lyrics, whilst still being undeniably catchy



8. Jamie xx – In Colour

With signature steel pan sounds, this nostalgic album is the perfect summer banger.



9. Action Bronson – Mr Wonderful

No-nonsense hip hop from Action Bronson.



10. Bob Marley – Legend

Full of universal soul and Jamaican rhythm, a true classic.





April: Summer 16 Illustrated by @grcmzz

Check out these super cute illustrations of our Summer collection by the oh-so-talented Grace.

Follow Grace on Instagram or YouTube to view more of her work.






March: Jordan Green x The Ragged Priest Editorial

Check out this super slick shoot by Jordan Green of come our favourite Spring pieces.

Model – Robyn Bevan

Photographer – Jordan Green –

Hair – Tom Gilling – Stylist for Taylor Taylor