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SPARK OF SCABAL

A PASSION FOR CLOTH Scabal as it’s known today in which not many know, is an acronym for Société Commerciale Anglo Belgo Allemande Luxembourgeoise. Which translates to Anglo Belgo German Luxembourgish Commercial Company. Scabal was founded by the son of a cloth merchant, Otto Herts in 1938. Scabal today is led by Gregor Thissen, the …

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THOMAS MASON

Unconventionally ICONIC The Thomas Mason fabric mill was founded in 1796 in Leeds, England. Thefirst fabrics were considered top-quality and were widely used by West End London tailors to clothe the British aristocracy. Through the 1800s, as Britain’s empire and wealth expanded, so did Thomas Mason’s global reach! In 1914, with the beginning of World …

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Wool Fit For Kings

The Legacy of Loro Piana You’re probably curious how Loro Piana differentiates itself enough to say they provide wool fit for Kings? Loro Piana prides itself on sourcing the very finest, rawest materials the world has to offer. This includes cashmere from baby goats in Northern China & Magnolia, famously known for Vicuña from the …

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Cloth Dormeuil

Learn About Cloth Dormeuil: From Fibre to Finished Product What makes a fabric the finest in the world? Great question, let me introduce to you, Cloth Dormeuil.  Dormeuil (pronounced door-may), is a fifth-generation cloth mill originally from Yorkshire, England when Jules Dormeuil had the idea of importing English cloth into France in 1842. In 1860, …

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