“Joe Casely-Hayford can boast a rich fashion career including designing stage clothing for bands such as The Clash and U2, three years as Creative Director of Gieves & Hawkes and an OBE for his contributions to the fashion industry. Joining forces with his son Charlie in 2009, an alumni of Central Saint Martins and the Courtauld Institute of Art, the father-son duo are the creative team behind their eponymous fashion house, lauded for an approach that combines Savile Row tailoring standards with modern-day style. Since the birth of the Casely-Hayford label, the two men have been forging a new style ethos based on “English sartorialism” and “British anarchy”.” This short film from Crane TV sees the pair discuss their design process as they recount family stories from Charlie’s early years.