International Tailroing Fabric Brands

The production of premium cloths, from the sheering of the sheep, to the weaving of the yarns, is a meticulous and time-intensive process. We believe you can't create the unique without care, creativity and genuine craft, and hence focus on using the world's finest fabrics for our suits.

Since 1836 Holland & Sherry has continued to supply prestigious tailors and luxury brands with some of the finest cloths in the world. Headquartered on London’s prestigious Savile Row, Holland & Sherry is constantly engaged in research for ever fine and more luxurious fibres and fabric qualities; sourcing the finest natural fibres, ranging from Super 240's, cashmere to pure worsted Vicuña.Their cloths are woven in the time honoured way to assured quality and good taste. A bespoke tailored garment in luxury Holland & Sherry cloth is truly an investment and always a pleasure to wear.

In 1842, Dominic Dormeuil created a family business that would soon become one of the world leading suppliers of luxury cloth. The house of Dormeuil has developed countless timeless yet iconic fabrics that have built the company’s reputation of true excellence. Using the world’s finest and rarest fibres, and woven exclusively in England and Italy, Dormeuil’s fabrics continue to dress the world’s elite with timeless British elegance.

Scabal is a Savile Row institution that has long been proud of their dedication to skill and craftsmanship. At their Huddersfield-based mill, they are true masters in turning a raw material into a product of distinction. Scabal possesses true heritage; Beyond fabric collaborations with Salvador Dali, Scabal cloth was used for garments of some of Hollywood’s most iconic characters, such as Vito Corleone’s famous tuxedo, as worn by Marlon Brando in the Godfather, or Robert de Niro’s 70s suits in the movie Casino.

Vitale Barberis Canonico represents 350 years if Italian textile excellence. Located in Biella in Northern Italy, the company has built a reputation for comfort, character, and quality. What makes the Vitale Barberis Canonico fabrics special is the attention to detail and the strong focus towards quality. Vitale Barberis Canonico is vertically integrated, allowing the mill to supervise each step of wool production, from sheep to shelf.

Originally from Trivero in Northern Italy, the Loro Piana Family started as merchants of wool fabrics. Throughout the nineteenth century, the Loro Piana family developed a network of textile suppliers, before ultimately founding a wool mill themselves in the Italian village of Quarona. Today, Loro Piana (owned by the Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy group – LVMH) is not only a supplier of some of the world’s finest fabrics for tailoring, but also the largest manufacturer of cashmere in the world and a true household name in luxury fashion.

The Ermenegildo Zegna fabric mill is a household name in luxury suiting. It focuses on producing high quality wool, cashmere and mohair fabrics – In other words, the best there could possibly be in terms of noble fibres. Since its founding in 1910, four generations of the Zegna family have led the success in textiles, carefully balancing science with nature and craftsmanship with technology.

The Reda story begins in 1865 with the founding of the historic wool mill in Valle Mosso (in the Piedmont region of Italy) by local entrepreneur Carlo Reda. In 1919, the Botto Poala brothers acquired the historic wool mill, marking the beginning of a long road that turned Reda with its high quality Italian-made merino wool textiles into a global institution of the textile industry.

14 Sep 2021