About Our Fabrics
With such a dynamic collection, it only makes sense our fabrics are sourced from the most respected (and oldest) textile mills around the globe. Our partnerships ensure we are constantly refining and perfecting new blends and textures.
Be it luxurious Italian wool, or fine Egyptian cotton; our commitment to using the best natural fibres and skilled artisans is the key to our superiors construction and quality garments. From the famed Italian weaving region of Biella, to the ultra-fine Australian marino wools, you can trust we’ve not only selected the finest wool for your next suit, but it will be carefully constructed with an unrivalled attention to detail.
Founded in 1865, Reda is amongst Italy's most respected wool mills. Made in Italy, Reda has a long history of creating wool fabrics that stand apart for quality, luxury and sophistication.
Evolving since 1836, the Marzotto Group manufacturers both woollen and cotton yarns. By combining long-standing tradition and continuous innovation, the group has manufactured over 29,600km of fabric.
Proud to be made entirely in Biella, Zignone is world-renowned for "real" Italian production. In each collection, Zignone pushes the envelope forward whilst respecting the past.
A world leader in the production of yarns and fabrics, Tollegno 1900 is a major player in the international textile sector, where its integrated supply chain ensures quality and sustainability.
With generations of knowledge, each Menzclub suit begin’s with the Australian woolgrowers fascination of Merino wool.
Originating from Spain, the Merino is one of the world’s most ancient (and toughest) breed of sheep. After centuries of refinement, Australian Merino wool is the choice of the world’s leading clothing designers. A Merino’s fleece is built for extremes, breathable in summer and insulating in winter. All whilst remaining soft and lightweight. All the characteristics you want from a quality suit.
Together with Italy’s most respected fabric mills, the wool is spun transforming the fleece into fabric. Continuous improvement in technology allows the wool to be softer, lighter and finer than ever before.