Last year we showcased some garments at New Zealand Fashion Week made from Escorial Fabric.
Today February 14th that fabric is being launched at Premiere Vision one of Europe’s largest fabric fairs in Paris and next week I am in Savile Row London as an Escorial Ambassador to collect our set of books.
Escorial Group has partnered with iconic mills Reid & Taylor of Scotland and John Foster of England. They have developed a traditional technique to bring out the best in Escorial fibre to produce the Escorial Cloth.
The collection reflects classic British style and integrity and cloth will be complimented with a natural finishing technique developed more than a century ago for London tailors.
We will be the only company in Australasia to represent the brand and receive a set of these books and they are limited to a handful of retailers and tailors worldwide.
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