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Albini, Thomas Mason, Alumo> About our fabrics

We have a selection of more than 100 fabrics imported from the world's best mills:

  • Our Luxury Swiss fabrics are from Alumo : a Swss mill that is renowned for producing the best cotton fabrics in the world
  • Our Italian fabrics are mainly from Cotonoficio Albini (Albini, D&J Anderson, Thomas Mason), S.I.C. TESS and Tessitura Monti
  • We also have a range of Liberty fabrics for the trendy shirts

What we offer
We offer End on end, Popelin, Chevron, Oxford, Pinpoint, Twill. Mainly in pure cotton two-ply with an average of 100s yarn count.


A fine cotton woven from long staple yarn to produce a lustrous, smooth, silky fabric that is cool and comfortable to wear and can take strong and vibrant colour dyes.


End on end
End on end has the same properties as poplin, the only difference is that end on end features lighter coloured weft threads running in a horizontal direction on the shirt, giving it a subtle two-tone effect.


A more rugged fabric woven from a heavier yarn than used in poplin. The threads in the warp (the vertical threads in the weave) are yarn dyed and are not as thick as those in the weft (horizontal threads), which are left a natural shade of white. The result is a heavier yet soft fabric.

A cotton where the weft threads pass over one and then under two threads to produce a diagonal rib which catches the light giving an attractive sheen to the fabric. Very soft and easy to iron.
Oxford Royal
A two fold 100's fabric woven to an Oxford construction. A very fine yarn is used resulting in a fabric which is beautifully silky, much softer and smoother than classic Oxford.

Herringbone twill
The same construction as a twill but the direction of the twill is alternated to give a zig-zag effect. It too has a rich, lustrous, sheen to it.


What is two-ply cotton
This refers to the number of fibres twisted together to make a weaving yarn. Two-ply cotton is stronger than normal single-ply cotton. That is why shirts made of two-ply cotton last longer.