At Bespoke Edge, we have earned a reputation of providing a unique luxury experience by focusing on a number of key areas. With this article I want to give you an introduction on two of our most prestigious cloths: Holland & Sherry and Gladson. These are both storied companies that for decades have provided custom menswear shops with the tools they need to create some of the most impressive garments in the world. Combined with our exceptional service and attention to detail, these fabric offerings have cemented Bespoke Edge as the leading option for luxury menswear in the Denver area and beyond.
Established in 1836, Hollad & Sherry has built a venerable reputation on its quality and careful manufacture of cloths. Today they provide a range of luxury fabrics like Super 240’s worsted, pure cashmere, pure worsted vicuña and a handful of really phenomenal blends.
The company was first founded by Stephen Holland and Frederick Sherry when they began their business as woolen merchants at 10 Old Bond Street in London. By the turn of the 20th century a sales office had been opened in New York. Subsequent decades saw growth in countries around the world and by 1982 the business moved its head office to Savile Row. Of all the cloth merchants established in the late 1800's in Golden Square - what was once the epicenter of the woolen merchanting trade in London - only Holland & Sherry remains today.
Simply put, the Holland & Sherry label is found on some of the finest clothing in the world.
Gladson has been sourcing fine cloths to the world's leading custom shops for over fifty years. The company began as Gladson of England in 1948 and was founded by a man named Benjamin Solomon. At the time, he had been selling English fabrics to wholesale manufacturers on 4th Avenue in Manhattan. The company started to make a name for itself by selling English mohair suits as they became popular in the 50s and 60s.
Today, aside from providing an excellent selection of English wools, the company also carries an impressive line of Italian silk fabrics.
A fine fabric will ensure that you have a suit you can wear for many years to come, but our skill in fitting and design will make for a suit that you will want to wear for years to come. Take a look at our gallery to see what some of our clients have made with these fabrics.
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