“Man 1924: the menswear brand we want - now, please” by The Daily Telegraph
The Daily Telegraph publishes an article about Man 1924 in which Gareth Wyn Davies starts the campaign to bring the brand to British lands:
"Let's get the boring practical details out of the way first: the Spanish label Man 1924 doesn't actually have any shops or stockists in Britain - yet. But that doesn't alter the fact that it should, and soon, please. While we're not doing too bad with high-end high-street stuff at the moment, what with Toast, the recently relaunched Jigsaw Menswear, the invasion of French labels like Sandro, Loft and The Kooples, and the imminent arrival of J Crew in Regent Street, there's always room for more. Especially when the clothes are as good as Man 1924's are."