Peper Harow London is a quintessentially English brand founded in 2013 starting with a small pop-up store in Covent Garden, London. Two years later we opened our flagship store in the historical picturesque town of Arundel where we have since expanded our range to include not just men's luxury socks, but also high-quality leather products, including our signature Boston Bag. Our quirky luxury socks are now available with 13 stockists in the UK. We also have an internet presence and send out to customers worldwide.
"Situated on lightly wooded ground sloping southward to the River Wey in the border area of Surrey and Hampshire in South East England, Peper Harow is a beautiful and tranquil place" - excerpt from Peper Harow village website
On a British sunny afternoon, two friends from London were sitting under an English Oak tree watching the Cricket match between Peper Harow and Goodwood. Both friends happened to be in the men’s fashion industry. One was producing luxury men’s socks since 1964 and his friend was designing luxury goods. They talked amongst each another and realised that it would be great if they could design the brand idea around Peper Harow.
And thus, with its roots in the beautiful English countryside, Peper Harow, a Parish with a cricket heritage dating back to 1727, the quintessentially English brand was born. Our mantra offers a superior quality of English gentlemen accessories to our customers in a fusing modern eccentricity with classic British style. Inspired by the red cricket ball, this is the symbol of quirky, luxurious and British.
Our design inspiration is taken from our cricket history. All of our leather goods has its unique cricket ball leather. Also, some of our socks are inspired by cricket such as one of our collection 'Andover Stripe'. Some of our other designs are also inspired by British pop culture. Our typical Peper Harow London man would be a British gentleman who is flamboyant, quirky and modern. Patrick Stewart and Benedict Cumberbatch are some of the celebrity avid wears of Peper Harow socks