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Fabrics

We have a wide range of superior quality fabrics on stock in our showroom.

Jacket fabrics:
Zegna, Dormeuil, Holland & Sherry…

Shirt fabrics:
Thomas Mason (Regent, Silver, Portland, Royal Twill, Oxford, David & John Anderson…)

Types of fabric

Wool

Wool is animal protein, mostly creatin. This is the fleece of the sheep or other animals like goat (cashmere) or rabbit (angora) which is cut off and processed. Wool fibers are hydrophilic, meaning they readily absorb moisture, but the surface of the fiber is water repellent. The surface of the wool fabric is steam-pressed and it’s size is fixed before further use, so the fabric becomes shiny and soft. Wool can be blend with silk, cotton or synthetic fibers.  

Wool Fabrics:
S numbers for fine wool products are intended to state, with precision, the fineness of the wool fiber used in the product, as measured in micrometers

14-15 microns = Super 170's
15-15.5 microns = Super 150's
15.5-16 microns = Super 140's
16 -16.5 microns = Super 130's

Linen

Linen is made of the fibers of the flux, an ancient crop of human history. The egyptian mummies were wrapped into linen cloth, it was even spread to India, where they used linen fabrics well before cotton ones. The ancient greeks cultivated flux as well, they made food from it’s seeds and used the fibers to make cloth, ropes, nets.
The linen fiber is gained from the stem of the flux.

Linen feels cool on the skin so it is very comfortable to wear it in the summer or in warm climates. It helps the body’s thermoregulatory system as it is absorbs water quickly and also loses the moisture really fast. It’s only disadvantages are the not-so-soft touch and that it wrinkles easily. Often blend with cotton.

Silk

The history of silk starts in 2640 BC.
According to the anecdote Hsi-Ling-Shih Chinese empress accidentally dropped a cocoon in her hot tea, which softened up and spread a soft, long thread. This coincident might started silk’s way to conquer the world.

Extracting raw silk starts by cultivating the silkworms on Mulberry leaves. Once the worms start pupating in their cocoons, these are dissolved in boiling water in order for individual long fibres to be extracted and fed into the spinning reel. The silk fiber consists of protein.

Silk gives a cool feeling as well as it is a good insulator. It keeps the heat well as the warm air between the body and the dense silk fabric can’t circulate easily. It absorbs moisture well.
Silk has a very fine and soft touch, this is one of the reasons of it’s unbroken popularity.

 

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