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Luxury womenswear showcasing the craftsmanship of artisan Scottish fabrics.

Discover the stories behind each of our makers and how they create the fabrics for our garments. Sharing these stories is not only a means through which we can be transparent about our products but also our way of celebrating our makers for the incredible artisans that they are.

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MYB Textiles

Renowned textile artisans Morton Young and Borland have been exclusively weaving Scottish lace and madras sheers since 1900.

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The Shetland Tweed Company - Andy Ross

Andy Ross’s inspiration for the fabrics he makes comes from his home in the Shetland Isles. The colour of the sea alters constantly beneath an ever-changing sky, and the land shows the passage of seasons in deep colours.

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Waxed Cotton

The Baltic Works site in Dundee has been manufacturing textiles since 1864, beginning life as a Jute mill and soon evolving into Dyeing and Finishing.

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JC Rennie

Still a family owned business since its inception in 1798, JC Rennie was originally set up to spin yarn from locally grown wool.

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3rd Rail Clothing

Based in South East London, 3rd Rail Clothing has been operating as a commercial screen-printing studio for over ten years.

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Brisbane Moss

Since the middle of the 19th century, Moss Brothers had been weavers and converters of corduroy and moleskin fabric.

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Blackhorse Lane Ateliers

Blackhorse Lane Ateliers opened its doors in April 2016, leveraging their founder Bilgehan ‘Han’ Ates’s 25 years of experience in the textile industry. They are London’s only craft jean makers.

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Tura have been successfully manufacturing premium, hand-finished leather-based belts and fashion accessories since 1991.

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Forma Leather

The leading leather, suede, and sheepskin garment manufacturer to many of Britain’s principle designers and retailers with over 30 years experience and expertise.

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