Woven in Yorkshire, Scabal produces 20 to 30 new fabric qualities per season. Each quality range consists of 30 to 40 new designs and colours. Scabal has been worn by Presidents, actors and sports people the world over.
Dating back to 1807, Wain Shiell fabrics have become synonymous with quintessential British fashion and elegance. The company, now renowned as one of the most exclusive cloth houses, established itself as a supplier of exquisite fabrics to the great tailors of the world.
Est 1896, Huddersfield based Dugdale Brothers and Company Limited, are exclusive designers, fabric merchants and suppliers the finest tailors.
Hunt & Winterbotham offers worsted and woollen cloths on a stock supported basis for everyone from Savile Row tailors to classic suit manufacturers and designers.
Founded in 1859 Thomas Fisher are a fine British fabric mill based in the North of England.
Based in Ellan, J&J Minnis hold the royal warrant for the supply of Balmoral Tweed to the Royal Household and are synonymous with English cloth of the finest quality.
Yorkshire based John G Hardy off a vast array of jacketings and trouserings for all occasions, including the famous Alsport Tweed.
Est1912, Brook Taverner is one of the famous names in the industry. Based in Huddersfield, they are found in the centre of the textile heartland.
From its conception, over 170 years ago, Holland & Sherry has continued to supply prestigious tailors and luxury brands with the finest cloth. In 1836 Stephen George Holland & Frederick Sherry began the business as woollen merchants at 10 Old Bond Street, London, specialising in both woollen and silk cloths. 1886 saw Holland & Sherry moved premises to Golden Square, at the time the epicentre of the woollen merchanting trade.
Cashmere, the finest fibre in existence, has been prized throughout the centuries for its warmth and softness. As popular with climbers scaling Everest as it is with those simply following the latest fashion trends, cashmere is a true luxury product – and one that will be irrevocably associated with the Johnstons of Elgin name.
1846. The company was founded by William Bill in Chester Street, Mold, Flintshire, Wales and was selling Welsh flannels and blankets, 1892 – William (Thomas) Bill moved to London and opened one shop for knitted garments and another for cloth. 1994 – W Bill was taken over by Smith & Co, who continue to run it.