Posted on 9th March 2017
“Murder at Ridgeview”
A short film commissioned by iconic Brighton tailor Gresham Blake for the SS17 collection.
Ridgeview were lucky enough to be part of a very exciting collaboration recently.
Commissioned by iconic Brighton tailor Gresham Blake, written by best-selling crime author Peter James & narrated by the one and only Ray Winstone, this was an opportunity we couldn’t miss!
With special appearance by Ridgeview’s friends Henry Butler, Steve & Sharon Honey, Peter & Lara James, Adam from Ockenden Manor, Alex Hall and Mr & Mrs Blake.
Ridgeview are so proud to have worked with everyone involved in this – and we had lots of fun as well!!
Watch the video here…
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