Founded in 1825 by Quaker brothers Cyrus and James Clark in Street, Somerset, Clarks is an international shoe manufacturer and retailer.
Founded in 1926 by Lou Rose, Derek Rose’s father, Derek Rose is a family business of three generations making the best nightwear, loungewear and underwear.
Founded in 1824 by Charles Macintosh, a Scottish chemist and inventor of waterproof fabrics, Mackintosh is a manufacturer of waterproof raincoats, made out of rubberized fabric.
Founded in 1902 by Benjamin Russell, Russell Athletic produces uniforms for a wide range of sports. The original mill produced women’s undershirts and children’s undergarments.
Founded in 1989 by Dov Charney, American Apparel is one of the largest apparel manufacturers in North America. After its experience as a wholesale brand, selling blank T-shirts to screenprinters, uniform companies and fashion brands, the company moved into the retail market in 2000.
Founded in 1924 by Eli Belovitch and Harry Grosberg, Belstaff is a British garment manufacturer best known for producing waterproof jackets.
Founded in 1935 by Paul A. Sperry, Sperry Top-Sider is the original brand of boat shoes. Paul A. Sperry was an avid boater who wanted to tackle the problem of injuries while walking on the slippery deck of his boat.
Founded in 1968 by Calvin Klein as a coat shop in the York Hotel in New York City, Calvin Klein Inc. is an American fashion house that changed the American market of men’s underwear.
A Harrington jacket is a lightweight waist-length jacket, made of cotton, polyester, wool or suede — usually with traditionally Fraser tartan or check-patterned lining.
Created in 1965 by Steve Gulyas, a retired American aviator, the quilted Husky jacket is a synonym for hunting jacket and one of the most copied jackets in the world.
Founded in 1921 by Guccio Gucci, Gucci is Italy’s biggest-selling manufacturer of high-end leather goods, clothing and other fashion products.
Founded in 1951 by Carlo Compagno in Venice, Incotex manufactures pants for the high segment of the market.
Founded in 1873 by Thomas Church in Northampton, a town that has been known for its thriving leather and footwear industry, Church’s Shoes is a high-end footwear manufacturer.
Founded in 1856 by the then 21-year-old Thomas Burberry, a former draper’s apprentice, Burberry is a British luxury fashion house, distributing outerwear, fashion accessories, fragrances, sunglasses, and cosmetics.
Founded in 1937, Dubarry of Ireland manufactures premium performance footwear, clothing, leather goods and accessories.
The word duffle originally referred to a heavy woolen cloth closely woven for warmth and manufactured in the Belgian town of Duffel.
Founded in 1860 by one of the great early British industrialists, Thomas Hill, Sunspel initially produced lightweight, soft clothing in very fine cotton and pioneered the development of luxury undergarments, as we know them today.
Around 1850, when the ground in the German Swabian Mountains became increasingly infertile, the government distributed hand knitting machines to farmers so that they could earn their money with knitting.
Founded in 1987 by Jean Touitou, A.P.C. (Atelier de Production et de Création) is known for its minimalist designs, clean lines and simple patterns with rarely visible logo’s.
In the 19th century, the Breton Fisherman Sweater was designed to protect fishermen from the elements during long days and nights at sea.
Founded in 1818 by Henry Sands Brooks (1772–1833), Brooks Brothers is the oldest men’s clothier in the United States.
The name Viyella is based on the Via Gellia, a valley road near Matlock, where in 1890 Hollins & Co acquired a spinning mill.
Since 1798, Gammarelli is the house tailor of the Roman Clergy. In 1874 the store moved to Via Santa Chiara 34, in the building of the Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy, where it still is today.
Established in 1894 by John Barbour in South Shields, J. Barbour & Sons Ltd. is a luxury fashion brand of weatherproofed outerwear.
Founded in Massachusetts by Charles H. Alden in 1884, the Alden Shoe Company manufactures classic gentlemen’s footwear. Alden stands for traditional, custom shoemaking at its finest.
Founded in 1911 by Walter Martiny, Superga is one of the first footwear manufacturers to produce rubber-soled footwear.
Based in Northampton, England, and founded in 1890, Edward Green makes the finest shoes in the world ‘for the discerning few’.
Starting as a manufacturer of raincoats in a basement on the Lower East Side since 1913, Irving Schott…