SPORT LUXURY - COLLECTION N.03
- CUSTOM MADE
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If you’re after a casual suit, then opt for a looser fit. This will bring the formality right down. But if you don’t fancy going full linen suit, why not match a linen blazer with a different style of trouser? There’s no hard and fast rules that say we have to always wear the same fabric as part of a trouser and jacket combination.
Founded in 1938 by Otto Hertz, Scabal was originally a cloth merchant and supplier of fabrics. His successor is JP Thissen, who is assisted by his son Gregor Thissen, the third generation of the family owned business. Through the aquisition of fabric brand Wainshiell, Scabal traces a history back to the 18th century
In England, Thomas Mason, one of the leading entrepreneurs in the English textile industry, started working right in the middle of the Industrial Revolution. A far-reaching man, capable of taking the opportunity in a sector that, up until then, had only counted on a large manual component.
DGRIE and the historic Zegna mill have teamed up to bring clients new possibilities beyond our standard offerings, with new additions each season. Our range of available fabrics spans from performance suiting, to silk-blended wools, to ultra-fine 15 micron thick Australian merino wool.
Benson & Clegg was founded in 1937 by Harry Benson and Thomas Clegg at its original premises of 34 Bury Street London SW1. After thirty years cutting experience they decided the time was right for them to branch out and bring their own unique style of tailoring to customers. It wasn't until 1976 that Benson & Clegg moved to its historic premises of Number 9 Piccadilly Arcade on London's famous Jermyn Street.
The company was founded in 1910 by Ermenegildo Zegna. At the age of 18 he founded the Lanificio Zegna (wool mill) and what was to become one of Italy’s best known and most dynamic family businesses. He had a dream that he would make, in his own words, ‘the most beautiful fabrics in the world