LAD celebrate the old world grafters. Those blokes whose countless stories of proper work trump any manual labour you've ever done.
It's tales like these that inspire LADs products. Taking Malcolm Fisher for example, a foreman in a local iron foundry whose wife once bought him a nylon tie. It didn't turn out well when accidentally splashed with a pob of molten iron. The nylon melted into his shirt and stuck to his stomach. Left with a scar, he's never worn any nylon since, sworn to only buy natural fibres.
And so LAD made their first piece; a pure lambswool tie. For Malcolm's sake. Woven and handmade in Yorkshire, in six colours, named after six Yorkshire mill owners and industrialists.