Paris terrace and café life. Between wars and after a pandemic in 1920.
With an occasional interruption, all our fabric suppliers continued to work for us. As they did then, the fabric suppliers do now by keeping their mills open and supplying us despite the current pandemic.
In Suit Academy’s collection we’re proud to offer cloth from historic companies such as Vitale Barberis Canonico established in Italy back in 1663. We also offer cloth from historically “younger” companies such as from Great Britain: Abraham Moon & Sons (1837), Holland & Sherry (1842). France: Dormeuil (1842). Italy: Guabello (1815), Cerruti (1881), Loro Piana (1924), Fratelli Tallia di Delfino (1903) Zegna (1910) and from Belgium: Scabal (1938). During crisis the mills stayed open, then and now. Their weavers continued spinning the wheels, then and now. It is most likely that one of these companies has dressed one of your familie members in the past. We surely would like to continue this tradition and dress you and your familie now, and in the future for any momentous and leisure occasion.
It's all in the details.
Dormeuil and Loro Piana are great choices for the lighter summer suits. Linen and wool blends are still a preferred choice to keep cool in the approaching warmer weather.