NOIRE - Holland And Sherry

NOIRE - Holland And Sherry



Brand: Holland & Sherry


Thread Count: Super 150s Worsted

Color: Brown Coffee

Pattern: Plain

Weight: 330g/m

Origin: England



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FIESTA III Holland & Sherry
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Holland & Sherry : Fiesta III

Fiesta III is a superb selection of specialist cloth by Holland & Sherry woven exclusively in Italy. This season we have doubled the size of the collection to what was issued in Fiesta II. This comprehensive collection includes a wide range of timeless Classics including a rich array of fancy suiting design, small, neat weave a effects and a series of plain fabrics in a variety of weights and colours.

There is a series of Mesh Blazering fabrics in a variety of colours. The mesh blazer is a true classic that everyone should have at least one of it is truly the most versatile piece of clothing ideal for both casual and formal attire.

Following the Mesh Blazering fabrics the collection also features a selection of high twist fabrics ideal for travel wear. The high twist yarn used to construct this range of fabrics makes the fabrics durable, comfortable and crease resistant, therefore always looking elegant and smart.

The collection is completed with a series of plains selected from the "Pinnacle Mohair" collection, these fabrics are perfect for a more formal occasion when only a Tuxedo will do.

With a look for every occasion, we know this collection is sure to please all, making it the first choice for the tailoring of a luxury bespoke garment whether it be a suit, blazer, tuxedo or pair of trousers.

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Neapolitan Shoulder

Neapolitan Shoulder

Super 150s WORSTED by Holland & Sherry

Super 150s WORSTED by Holland & Sherry

Pic Stitching with Milanese lapel

Pic Stitching with Milanese lapel

Lapel Roll with Natural Mother of pearl buttons

Lapel Roll with Natural Mother of pearl buttons

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Half Canvas Construction

Eventually, a compromise was developed: a half canvas suit.

A half canvased suit uses a sewn in canvas piece in the chest and the lapel of the jacket, and is fused on the bottom part of the jacket. This allows you to have the canvas at the most important part of the suit, and keeps the price down by having less handwork.

If you want to maximize your value, a half-canvassed suit jacket is the way to go

Full Canvas Construction

Horsehair Canvassed

The full canvas suit meets every demand of the modern man’s lifestyle. In development, prototypes are placed in climatic compartments that mimic different weather conditions, ensuring the tailoring always looks its best.

A full-canvassed suit jacket is one that is constructed with canvas fabric spanning the entire inside front panels and lapels of the jacket. As a middle structural layer, the canvas is hand stitched to the fabric rather loosely (i.e., a “floating” canvas), so the garment can move with you. What results is a suit that drapes much more naturally, conforms to the body and looks much better, especially when you’re making moves…like a boss.

Full-canvassed jackets are the most labor and time intensive, require a higher level of skill to make, and thus, tend to be pricier. In return for the premium paid, you get a suit that not only molds to you, but will last the longest.