The Fabrics

What sets us apart from the rest is that we have access to some of the finest suit fabrics that money can buy at prices significantly cheaper than for which they retail.

The suit fabrics we have access to consist of the following ranges:

  • Pure wool (including Merino and Angora)
  • Wool and cashmere blends
  • Wool and silk blends
  • Thread counts from Super 100's all the way up to Super 200's

Please note that we have access to many, many more fabrics than those which make up our current ranges. If you are interested in other fabrics, please feel free to Contact Us and we will help you find the exact suit material you desire.

Other Materials & Construction

Our tailors only use quality materials and suit construction techniques when making your suit, for example:

  • They are hand tailored!
  • Half-canvass, horsehair jacket construction
  • Bemberg Cupro lining
  • German shoulder pads
  • Hand-set collar
  • Hand sewn armholes
  • Jacket sweat shields
  • Rubberized waistband strips
  • Heel guard

Apart from the materials and suit construction elements stated above, we offer many more options for you to chose from. When going through our builder, have a look at the "Additions" page and choose whichever you like!

The Mills & Merchants

We have access to suit fabrics woven by the mills:

  • Carlo Barbera
  • Charles Clayton
  • Dormeuil
  • Drago Biella
  • Guabello
  • Holland & Sherry
  • John Foster
  • Loro Piana
  • Moxon Huddersfield
  • Reid & Taylor
  • Scabal
  • Vitale Barberis Canonico
  • Zegna

Carlo Barbera

Established in Italy in the 60's, the Carlo Barbera mill is known for renewing classical elegance, not betraying it but opening up new horizons to achieve the perfect modern classic fusion.

Charles Clayton

The Charles Clayton brand is an assurance of the highest quality suit fabrics. Weaving the finest count yarns, often mixing the highest quality merino wool with other luxury noble fibres such as cashmere and silk, the result is pure luxury.


A 170 year old family business based in England that has built a reputation to be a world leader in supplying luxury fine suit cloths. Dormeuil adopts traditional methods that are blended with the very best of modern technology.

Drago Biella

Drago has been a leader for over 50 years producing wool suit fabrics of the highest quality. Drago is used by the most famous names in Italian and international fashion.


Guabello has over 200 years of tradition and history dedicated to the production of suit fabrics of excellence. The suit fabric comes from one of the best and well established mills in the Biella region of Italy where care, creativity and respect for the environment are company hallmarks.

Holland & Sherry

Holland and Sherry utilizes their UK textile heritage to supply tailors and luxury brands with the finest suit cloth and have been doing so for almost 180 years.

John Foster

John Foster built his British based label to innovate and to create fine worsted and mohair suit fabrics. Taking advantage of new yarns, latest weaving techniques and innovative finishing skills, John Foster suit fabrics are renowned and recognized for their quality around the World.

Loro Piana

A family founded brand that was created in the early 1800's in Italy. Loro Piana has become renowned for being the world's foremost cashmere manufacturer and one of the largest single buyers of the finest wools. Their commitment to quality and innovation in textiles is celebrated globally.

Moxon Huddersfield

Moxon Huddersfield is a high-end British textile manufacturer of luxury worsted and woolen suit fabrics. They are known for creating fabrics with ultra high threadcouts, using some of the finest wool available.

Reid & Taylor

The Reid & Taylor name stretches back over 170 years when it was born in Langholm in the Scottish borders. Their exciting collections of distinctive fabrics invoke the modern trends currently in vogue.


Scabal traces their history back to the 18th century. Over the years Scabal has evolved into a producer of top quality suit fabrics to the most prestigious tailors and textile businesses around the world and as a manufacturer of the finest suits, jackets and shirts for the most demanding men.

Vitale Barberis Canonico

The first document bearing witness to the wool-producing activities of the Barberis Canonico family dates back to 1663. The wool and processing techniques they use, as well as the suit fabrics and styles they create, make it patently obvious that they have been in the business for over 350 years.


Founded in 1910, the brand has been synonymous with the finest in menswear from its beginning. Zegna continues to supply their product from their superior Italian mill to some of the most prestigious clothing labels in the world.