We are pleased to announce our collaboration with the historical English cloth manufacturer AW Hainsworth on our special edition Marsden boy's coat and the special edition Farsley Rose variation of our Sandringham girl's coat.
This collaboration is part of our strong commitment to keeping the country's rich textile production heritage alive for the next generation.
MANUFACTURERS OF ICONIC ENGLAND
The Hainsworth family has been weaving the look of Iconic England at our Mill in Yorkshire since 1783. Proud to be responsible for the Striking Scarlet of the Royal Guards, the ceremonial uniforms worn by the Royal Family during state occasions and the military uniforms worn during the Charge of the Light Brigade, its cloth is the visual representation of England throughout the World.
WOVEN WITH GENERATIONS OF EXPERIENCE
True craftsmanship starts with the selection of the best possible fibres, a knowledge and skill passed down through the Hainsworth family over 230 years. Throughout its history AW Hainsworth has learnt the best way to craft cloth to make it utterly striking and truly perfect for beautiful apparel. It controls the weave all the way down to the placement of individual fibres to ensure your garment has an unmatched lustre, feel, durability and drape.
BE PART OF A GREAT ENGLISH HISTORY
The distinctive Hainsworth look is coveted by weaving mills globally, yet no its can match our quality, structure, sheen or feel. Its attention to detail is pure passion and craftsmanship born of the Hainsworth family heritage. This means that every piece of Hainsworth cloth, and every garment made, is another little piece of a great English history.