1. The History Of Fratelli Tallia Di Delfino

    The History Of Fratelli Tallia Di Delfino

    Established in 1903, Fratelli Tallia Di Delfino opened its first mill in Strona, Italy, specialising in the trade of fine fabrics. With a long-lasting history of over 100 years, Fratelli Tallia Di Delfino has built a worldwide reputation for tailoring fabrics and production mastery resulting in the finest luxury suiting cloth. Their success lies in a simple global philosophy that guides the company to produce only excellent quality fabrics and provide customers with a service of the same exacting standards.


    Situated in a beautiful green valley, Fratelli Tallia Di Delfino creates fabrics using top-quality yarns, which it creates by sourcing the best raw materials from around the world; these include vicuña & alpaca from South America, the finest merino & Australian wools, Mongolian cashmere,

  2. The History of Ermenegildo Zegna

    The History of Ermenegildo Zegna

    Zegna was founded in 1910 in Trivero, Italy by a young entrepreneur called Ermenegildo - he was the youngest of Angelo Zegna’s 10 children. Angelo, a watchmaker by trade, had started weaving wool using four looms. From these humble beginnings, an 18-year-old Ermenegildo began using the looms creating quality fabrics that he described as “the most beautiful in the world”. 


    the Zegna factory in Trivero, Italy

  3. The History of Loro Piana Fabrics | High End Luxury Fabrics

    The History of Loro Piana Fabrics | High End Luxury Fabrics

    An Italian high-end textile brand, Loro Piana is synonymous with heritage, outstanding quality fabrics and innovation. Loro Piana has achieved this by developing exclusive relationships when sourcing the best raw materials from around the world including vicuña, cashmere, merino wool and cotton, resulting in setting the benchmark and creating the most luxurious fabrics.

  4. Mad Men Style File – Recreate The Look

    Mad Men Style File – Recreate The Look

    When Mathew Weiner’s Mad Men aired in 2007, the show became an instant hit and overnight Jon Hamm who played the protagonist, Don Draper, along with Jon Slattery, who played Roger Sterling, became style icons.

    The fantastic story which is set at the Sterling Cooper AD agency in Madison Avenue was an insight into the incredible world of Mad Men – a term coined by the advertising executives, to call themselves.

    Featuring lots of whiskey, leather-bound chairs, Newport cigarettes and of course, incredible suits.

    The brilliant costume designer, Janie Bryant captured the decade by bringing to life sharp tailored pin-striped suits, bespoke checked blazers, and sleek slim cut tailoring.

    The show is a nostalgic nod to the sartorial era of 60’s menswear.

    We open the doors of Sterling Cooper and show you just how easy it is to recreate some of our favourite looks.

  5. The History of Versace

    The History of Versace

    You may have watched the TV series about his ending – but how did he begin?

    ‘I like the body. I like to design everything to do with the body.’ – Gianni Versace

    Giovanni ‘Gianni’ Versace was born in Reggio Calabria, Italy, in 1946, where he grew up with his mother, father, old