Manchester 1937 - John and Isaac Miller made it their mission to design outerwear that would be stylish and provide protection from British weather. With this idea in mind, the brothers discovered a major deficit in golf. Bulky garments kept players in line and denied them needed movement in the wind and weather. The most iconic and well-known jacket in the world was born: The Harrington Jacket. Beyond sports, it has established itself in everyday wardrobes from the 1950s to the present day, becoming part of the "uniform" for British subcultures like mods and skinheads. Appearances in Hollywood films, classy wearers like Steve McQueen and Frank Sinatra helped it achieve its well-deserved cult status.