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We use the finest horsehair-reinforced lining sourced from Germany, which give our jackets a smooth, rounded form naturally. This ensures the canvas conforms to your body's shape, allowing for a perfect fit.
Our suits have hand-stitched sleeve-ends and functional buttonholes.
Our breast pockets are boat shaped rather than square so that the natural contours of the body are highlighted. It’s a lot more work to construct but we think it’s worth it.
Each jacket sleeve is attached using the Spalla Camicia technique which means the jacket follows the shape of the body and falls more naturally.
Hand pick stitched edges for added flair. It's a lot more work to construct but we think it's worth it.
Our waistbands are designed to move with you, so whether you’ve had a little too much to eat or need to bend, you won’t feel restricted.
All our trousers are lined till your knees to offer you an unparalleled level of comfort.
Every inch of ours shirts boast over 21 stitches.
All shirts feature Mother of Pearl buttons sourced specially from Australia.
The horizontally sewn last buttonhole avoids tensing the shirt seam and losing shape.
Founded in 1876, the Albini Group is a family led institution with five brands under the Albini banner, including Albini Su Misura. The fabrics here are set apart by their style and design, all imagined by Fabio Albini. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several shirts.
Founded by Giuseppe Angelico in the early 50s, the mill supplies some of the finest wool and silk in the world. Producing up to 20,000 metres of fabric a day, the company is innovative and continues to keep abreast with evolving trends and markets. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several suits.
Part of the Gruppo Tessile Monti from Italy, this Indian counterpart carries on the legacy of the world's largest producer of yarn-dyed cotton shirting fabric. Made from the purest Giza cotton, you can be sure that you are getting the best in class with these weaves. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several shirts.
Founded in 1920, the mill specializes in elegant fabrics used for sophisticated menswear. Caccioppoli creates modern designs and stylish patterns for only the highest quality shirting and suiting. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves of this mill in the construction of suits and shirts.
A British establishment, built in 1842 by Jules Dormeuil, the company is now a world leader in providing fine fabrics. The team pays great attention to detail and prizes innovation allowing them to create some of the most technologically advanced and comfortable fabrics. Based in England, Dormeuil has dressed everyone from Hollywood stars to royalty. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several suits.
Started in 1973, Drago is one of the first fully integrated mills in Italy. Located in the famed Biella region, Drago uses Italian traditions blended with modern techniques to produce beautiful fabrics. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several suits.
Zegna is known for impeccable style and fine quality when it comes to men's suiting. Founded in 1910, the mill prides itself on producing only the best woolen weaves. Over the past years, they have worked to make fabrics softer and more refine while providing increased versatility and durability. The company specializes in high quality wool, mohair and cashmere fabrics. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several suits.
Lanificio Tessilstrona has been creating high quality fabrics since 1966 when Francesco Mello Rella and his father in law Franco Grosso founded the company. Located in the world famous Biella region, the mill performs every stage of the process from spinning to finishing. The company specializes in Biellese wool and Herringbone & Sui uses these weaves in the construction of several suits.
Founded in Biella, in 1903, Fratelli Tallia Di Delfino is renowned for its luxurious fabrics and high quality products. The mill weaves the best Australian wool and delicate Mongolian cashmere to create their collections. The attention to detail and focus on innovation are the principals upon which the mill stands. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several suits.
One of the oldest mills in the Biella region, Gaubello has been producing fine weaves since 1815. The mill not only focuses on the product but also on their relationship with the environment and their surroundings. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several suits.
Huddersfield Cloth is one of the last remaining mills located in the Yorkshire suit fabric industry. In an interview with BBC, Jimmy Chen from Huddersfield said "it's not where the wool comes from, the important thing is where the cloth is made." Keeping this in mind, all the wool used is from merino sheeps mainly from Australia and New Zealand. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several suits.
In 1994, Loro Piana was given the exclusive rights to reintroduce vicuña- the rarest and finest animal fibre- into the market after a period of conservation. Loro Piana uses merino wool that is as light as vicuña but better suited to menswear. Loro Piana has also been committed to improving the breeding of merino sheep in order to increase production and improve the quality of the wool. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several suits.
Reda is an Italian mill that combines traditional knowledge with modern techniques to get incredible results. Founded almost 150 years ago near Biella, the mill manages the entire production process from start to finish. Reda exports finished products all over the world but maintain strong relationships in Biella till date. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several suits.
Scabal has been producing quality fabrics since 1938 using the best raw materials and modern processes. They launch a new collection twice a year giving one the opportunity to select from over 5000 varieties of fabric. The Scabal credo is "We never cut costs when it comes to raw materials" so you know you're getting nothing but the best. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several suits.
This Turkish company is a specialist when it comes to cotton and cotton suiting. Founded in 1971, Soktas is the name behind many of the world's biggest labels. Apart from developing new yarns, the company goes through the entire production process from spinning to finishing. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several shirts.
Thomas Mason is part of the Albini group and was founded in 1750 by Thomas Mason himself. A leading figure in the textile industry, Mason set up mills that used traditional methods to create quality fabrics. He spearheaded textile production well into the industrial revolution. The brand produces delicate linens and elegant cotton weaves that Herringbone & Sui uses in the construction in several shirts.
The founders of Holland & Sherry began in London as merchants specializing in silk and woolen cloths. By 1900 the firm was exporting their products around the world and remain as one of the premier mills when it comes to quality fabrics. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several suits.
One of the oldest mills in the world, Vitale Barberis Canonico was founded in 1663 in the renowned Biella region. The company prides itself on its values of excellence, elegance, innovation, entrepreneurship and responsibility. Herringbone & Sui uses weaves from this mill in the construction of several suits.
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