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


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