est. 1912 Baird McNutt are masters of linen fabrications. We've collaborated with this century old mill for the past few years to deliver the finest summer tailoring. For more than 100 years linen has been woven at the mill, alongside the river Kells Water in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, using traditional methods passed down through generations. WHAT WE SOURCE Irish linen.
est. 1815 When it comes to suiting fabrics, luxury brands look to this highly regarded Italian mill. We've collaborated with Guabello since 2009, whose mill resides in the small alpine town of Biella, Italy. Their close relationship with the environment and history of craftsmanship continues to be handed down, generation after generation. WHAT WE SOURCE Australian merino wool cloths.
est. 1836 Italian mill Marzotto Tessuti has played an integral role in our suiting range. Global leaders in the production of top quality worsted wool, the mill was founded by Luigi Marzotto in Valdagno, Italy, in 1836, and is the go-to mill for the world's leading suit makers. We trust Marzotto to delivery superb quality and design innovation, season after season. WHAT WE SOURCE Australian merino wool cloths.
est. 1874 Responsible for championing the use of linen in clothing, this luxurious, robust fibre is at the heart of what Solbiati create. Producing the ultimate in linen cloths with authentic character and refined finishes, the Italian mill is best known for its délavé linen. Blending innovation with tradition, we are excited to be collaborating with this world leader in linen tailoring for S/S17. WHAT WE SOURCE Pure linen, délavé linen and linen-wool-silk cloths.
est. 1663 Italian mill Vitale Barberis Canonico produces some of the most luxurious woollen cloths in the world. Rich in heritage – dating back to the 1600s – they combine a modern viewpoint with centuries-old values and traditions. Heroes of the tailoring world, this season we join the likes of Savile Row tailors in utilising their elegant, refined wool fabrications. WHAT WE SOURCE Pure wool cloths.