If you've ever been inside an All Saints shop, you likely remember the walls of vintage Singer sewing machines and assorted industrial age fixtures. The visuals play off the signature style of the British brand, which specializes in pieces that are at once tailored and roughed up. Perhaps that's why their leather jackets are so popular. They're not the stiff Brando-type jackets of yesteryear. All Saints washes their leathers for softness and cuts them closer to the body—not unlike your favorite T-shirt. And right now, they've got more than a dozen different fits, from asymmetrical motorcycle jackets to classic military styles that can be worn year-round.