British-based menswear designer Jsen Wintle is synonymous with fine tailoring, rich fabrics and immaculate detail.
He learnt the trade under the helm of a Savile Row tailor prior to launching his eponymous label in 2005.
Three years later the designer wowed the style set at his Autumn/Winter show in Paris with a mix of old world tailoring and modern ready-to-wear pieces.
In 2009 there was a first in store for Jsen, who is financially backed by Russian oligarch Alexander Lebedev.
The year marked his High Street debut for Marks and Spencer; a capsule collection featuring chunky knit sweaters, leather biker jackets and wool pea coats.