British menswear born from surplus fabrics.
SIRPLUS crafts contemporary menswear from quality fabrics, including surplus.
Henry Hales made an interesting discovery while plotting to take over the Men's underwear market: Savile Row and Jermyn Street shirt-makers often ended up with a surplus of fabric that would otherwise go to waste. Enough fabric to make some seriously good boxers. So, SIRPLUS was born.
We design with a vision of your clothes lasting longer, being worn more often and adapting to a variety of seasons.
From market stall to London store.
Over the last ten years, SIRPLUS has grown from a market stall to multiple central London stores. From upcycled boxer shorts to a full range of functional wardrobe staples.
All of our clothes have a constant connection to our roots in surplus fabric. We design with a vision of your clothes lasting longer, being worn more often and adapting to a variety of seasons.