For centuries, wool has been the fibre of choice for suiting, and while superb suits can be crafted from alternatives like linen, silk or cotton, nothing can compete with the unique properties of wool. And among the wool grown around the world, Australian Merino wool boasts an unrivalled reputation for quality, versatility and durability. All of our wool fabrics are Woolmark certified 100% Australian Merino wool, which is 100% natural, biodegradable and renewable.
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Mother Nature is our source. We source only the finest Australian Merino Wool.
Your garments are constructed by our Saville Row trained tailors.
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Wool suits are versatile, durable, breathable and thermoregulating—meaning you stay cool when it’s warm and warm when it’s cold. They’re also soft and sporting natural elasticity, so they’re immensely comfortable.
In short, the Super number represents the width and thickness of the wool fibres. Here’s a little guide to help you make the right call:
A quality wool knit is versatile, durable and comfortable. Not only will it perform better in the cold than synthetic jumpers and sweaters, affording more breathability and warmth, the quality is obvious to even an untrained, meaning it can sit comfortably under a suit, blazers, with smart casual outfits or wherever else you need a hug from something warm.
A wool tie is one of the most versatile accessories you can own. Whereas the sheen of silk of a silk tie suggests corporate or formal, the texture and detail in a tie crafted from premium wool allows for wear across a range of occasions: undery wintery flannel blazers, with a linen summer suit, with smart casual combinations and yes, even work.