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Thank Ewe to Our Sheep on The Row Partners!


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British GQ, Murdock London, Globe-Trotter, 25 tailors and 28 wool manufacturers and merchants joined us on Savile Row yesterday as wool played the starring role in a celebration of luxury menswear that launched Wool Week 2015.  Whilst the weather took a distinctly Autumnal turn it proved the perfect setting for wool and the crowds came out in droves to support the work of the tailoring houses and the message of The Campaign – Live Naturally and Choose Wool.

Our thanks goes out to Murdock London who provided grooming for each of our models and two barbers in the ‘Shearing Shed’ who gave stylish guests free mini grooming treatments all day.  Murdock London are offering wool fans special offers in their Brewer Street store during our Wool Night Out which takes place in London on Thursday 8th October.

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British GQ continued their on-going support of His Royal Highness’s Campaign for Wool and came out in force to capture the most stylish gentlemen of the day for a special Wool Week street style gallery live now on

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Globe-Trotter provided bespoke wool luggage for the Traveller story, with cloth from Yorkshire based Hainsworth and the garments were finished off with accessories from the gentlemen’s houses of Mayfair and St. James’s, Trickers, Edward Green, Gaziano Girling and Ogden Jewellers of HarrogateCutler & GrossAnderson & Sheppard Haberdashery and Lock & Co Hatters.





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Budd Shirtmakers along with Emma Willis in collaboration with Monti and Turnbull & Asser in collaboration with Albini dressed the models in 100% wool shirting and wool cotton blend shirts – not many people know that Merino wool is ideally suited to shirts, offering the wearer day long comfort, minimal creasing, breathability and increased odour control – another amazing benefit of wool! 

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Hawick Knitwear, Johnstons of Elgin and Escorial provided soft, chunky knits for the Icelandic story and John Smedley dressed the Traveller story in their signature fine gauge Merino knitwear. Anderson & Sheppard Haberdashery kindly supplied knitwear for both Icelandic and Traveller collections.

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Barbour and Holland and Holland also kindly dressed our shepherdesses in wonderful wool tweeds

Our tailoring and manufacturing partners were:


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Chittleborough & Morgan with Loro Piana

Connock & Lockie with Taylor & Lodge

Dege & Skinner with Fox Bros & Co

Denman & Goddard with Hield Bros

Ede & Ravenscroft with Dormeuil

Graham Browne with Ermenegildo Zegna

Henry Poole with Johnstons of Elgin

Kent, Haste & Lachter with Reid & Taylor


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Anderson & Sheppard with Holland & Sherry

Gieves & Hawkes with Leichtfried

H Huntsman with Harris Tweed Hebrides

Kathryn Sargent with Charles Clayton

Maurice Sedwell with Scabal

Norton & Sons with Harrisons 1863

Richard Anderson with Dugdale

Richard James with Vitale Barberis Canonico

Welsh & Jefferies with Bower Roebuck


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Chris Kerr with Abraham Moon & Sons

Davies & Sons with Dashing Tweeds

Alfred Dunhill with Escorial

Edward Sexton with Marzotto

John Pearse with Butterworth & Roberts

Meyer & Mortimer with Very English Weaving Company

Thom Sweeney with Lanificio Fratelli Cerruti

Timothy Everest with Nikke

Members of the public saw the intricate processes involved in transforming wool from the fleece through to fabric, with thanks to Laxtons, GledhillW.T. Johnson and Pennine Weavers.

Our final thank you’s have to go to our farmers who provided the two flocks of sheep –  Lesley and Roger Prior of Bowmont Merino and Harry and Jane Parker’s Exmoor Horn of Home Farm.




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