Jacob and Louis Weinberg founded Oxxford Clothes in 1916 with a mission to establish the standard by which all men’s tailored clothing is judged. The Weinbergs were determined that no possible fineness in craftsmanship or material be overlooked in the achievement of that purpose. Today, the Oxxford mission remains unchanged.
Since 1916, the world’s leading men have worn Oxxford for its elegance and character. Early on, gentlemen such as Clark Gable, Cary Grant, Walt Disney and Joe DiMaggio chose Oxxford, and to this day, Oxxford's client list reads like a 'who's who' of the world’s gentlemen.
For nearly 200 years, Holland & Sherry has supplied the world's most prestigious tailors and luxury brands with the world's finest fabrics. Founded in London in 1836 by Stephen Holland & Frederick Sherry, the brand has established an enduring reputation as a purveyor of the highest quality wool and silk cloths.
In 1998, Holland & Sherry Interiors was created and continues this legacy. Taking inspiration from the traditional apparel fabrics, the line of luxury textiles has quickly garnered the same level of international acclaim.
With roots tracing back to the 1930s, the Gitman family name is synonymous with a rich heritage of American manufacturing. Widely regarded as the foremost manufacturer of shirts and ties in the USA, each Gitman garment combines the finest fabrics with unparalleled construction and finishing.
Gitman Vintage builds upon the this heritage with a carefully curated line that blends retro detailing with a distinct seasonal collection that can be found in over 30 countries around the world.
The H. Freeman style is an adaptation of Hyman Freeman and his wife, both master tailors from Russia, who opened a custom tailoring shop in 1885 in the university district of Philadelphia. The pair pioneered a soft, natural shoulder in tailored clothing, which later became a trademark of the Ivy League look.
For over a century, H. Freeman has been synonymous with quality, excellence and classic American style. Nothing is ever compromised in the creation of an H. Freeman suit.
Since 1947, Corbin has remained the purely iconic American trouser brand. In the years following World War II, Corbin rose to popularity for their trousers' unique tailoring and expert craftsmanship.
Today, the Corbin line has expanded to incorporate sports jackets
and suiting in addition to the extensive range of dress and casual trousers. With a new generation of consumers, Corbin is experiencing a renewal of interest based on its longstanding history of quality and fit.
Coppley has been creating outstanding tailored pieces for over 120 years. Drawing on a heritage of distinctive British style and meticulous Canadian workmanship, Coppley has created an unmistakably modern form of design and luxury.
The family crest stretches back to the 16th century, and includes such notable personages as John Singleton Copley, the famous Colonial American painter and George Coppley, the prominent Canadian businessman and politician that launched the Coppley brand with four other entrepreneurs in 1883.
In 1961, two experienced shirt makers, John La Resca and George Zimmerman, decided to launch a small custom shirt manufacturing business in Paterson, New Jersey. They had a vision that great American specialty retailers needed a shirt maker to help them build an in store custom business. From that vision, they created Individualized Shirts.
Fifty years later, Individualized Shirts celebrates its golden anniversary as America’s largest and most successful custom shirt maker.
For over 20 years, Measure Up have
produced finely crafted custom dress shirts combining expert construction with fabrics sourced from the world’s most exclusive mills. Each shirt is hand made in the foothills of Tennessee, one at a time, by America's most skilled sewers.
With a broad range of styling options, Measure Up offers customers a truly unique shirt of their own design.
English American Tailoring traces its roots back over 100 years. Based in Westminster, MD they manufacture the highest quality garments available today.
At English American, elegance is not an accident, but the result of a longstanding dedication to detail. Luxurious fabrics, excellent fit, and the latest styles combine to create a fashion statement that is truly available nowhere else.
In 1910, in the small town of Cleckheaton, Joseph H. Clissold established his cloth manufacturing business at Brookhouse Mills. The business expanded and Joseph H. Clissold relocated to Bradford, one of the centres of Britain’s fine worsted industry.
Joseph H. Clissold developed the company and built a reputation on traditional craft skills and leading technology. In 1976 the company was bought by a management team who owned and ran the business until 2007. In April 2007 the business became part of the prestigious Holland & Sherry Group, part of the Tom James group of companies.
Today the craft, skill and expertise in cloth making have been developed further by new generations and today’s fabrics are finer and more technically advanced than ever. The company has its own in house design team, where 6 designers have the use of the Scotweave CAD system and can produce samples in single and full width through either Hattersley, Data Weave or Dobcross looms.
The business is truly worldwide with major customers in the UK, Europe, the Middle East, South East Asia, China, Japan, United States of America, Canada and Latin America.
The Clissold collection is designed with the finest Australian and New Zealand Merino wool ranging up to Super 180’s, Super 220’s and pure cashmere and other noble fibres and features a variety of cloths from tailoring fabrics with clean cut, milled and flannel finishes, country style two colour twist suiting and jacketing, soft brushed checked jacketing and bold striping blazers, coatings in light and heavy weights, these are just a cross section of fabrics available from our extensive collection.
Crossville Fabric mill in Tomé Chile, is a fully vertical textile producer making apparel and interiors fabrics. All facets of the manufacturing processes are fulfilled with in the plant including dyeing the wool, spinning the yarns, to weaving and finishing the fabric. Crossville has the ability to produce and ship over one million meters of cloth per year, making them an important supplier to fabric merchants and garment manufacturers.