Our Partners

ATTIRE HOUSE has partnered and hand curated some of the world's leading artisanal brands and prestigious bespoke makers.

 


  • Worn by royalty, statesmen and movie stars, Albert Thurston have been making classic men's braces since 1820.

  • The only original New England shoe and bootmaker remaining since the late 1800’s. Alden has maintained it’s tradition of quality genuine-welted shoemaking and is still a family owned business.

  • The quintessential Savile Row tailor, since 1906 Anderson & Sheppard have been dressing the world’s most elegant and famous men.

  • A world-renowned tailoring house from Naples, Italy. Now led by the third-generation of the Attolini family, their founder Vincenzo, is known as the originator of the “Neapolitan-style” of tailoring.

  • Specialists in high quality Goodyear-welted footwear since 1879, Crockett & Jones are committed to maintaining the highest standards of traditional craftsmanship, quality and service.

  • Founded in 1770 in Dumfries in the Scottish Highlands, Drumohr are renowned for knitwear of the highest quality. Their select clientele include members of the British Royal Family, the King of Norway and Hollywood icons James Stewart and Audrey Hepburn.

  • For more than a century, E. Marinella has been the most important handmade tie-maker in the world. With a client list that reads like a who’s who of power and politics - from Bill Clinton and Francois Mitterrand to Helmut Kohl, Jacques Chirac and George Bush, Mikhail Gorbachev, King Juan Carlos of Spain, the Kennedys and the Agnellis.

  • Cut by hand from the world’s finest leathers, each pair of Edward Green shoes are made in their Northampton workshop according to the same principles that have guided them for over a century.

  • Finamore is a third generation, family-owned company, renowned for making the finest Neapolitan shirts. Crucial details, such as buttonholes and the “arriccio” of the sleevehead are still hand-sewn on Finamore shirts, according to past traditions. As well as ready-to-wear, Finamore offer their made-to-measure service, giving both perfect fit and freedom of choice of fabrics and styling

  • Crafted in Italy, Free Rain Jackets are some of the most durable and unique in the world. Made from quality waxed cotton and quilted Thinsulate with over ten pockets aimed to contain any kind of accessory.

  • Founded by Cristiano Barbarulo, a descendant of the prestigious Barbarulo family of jewellers, Gemellidapolso are synonymous with tradition and authenticity in handcrafted jewellery. Their cufflinks are famed for their exceptional quality, as well as their exquisite and unique designs.

  • For over 50 years G.J.Cleverley & Co is where you will find the best of bespoke English shoemaking and craftsmanship.

  • Established in Japan, 1992, Glen Clyde specialise in making premium socks. All the socks have hand-linked toes for superior quality and comfort but this laborious technique means that only 25 pairs can be produced per day.

  • Chihiro Yamaguchi founded Guild of Crafts as a bridge between British artisanal expertise and Japanese Classical Art. He is one of the select shoemakers still using the traditional hand-sewn welted technique. More difficult and more time-consuming, but the only way to achieve the highest-quality results.

  • Italian Trouser makers with three generations of history, Pantolini Torino bring a modern take on classic men’s styles.

  • Steeped in the atmosphere of a bygone era, Postalco is proof that good taste never goes out of style. This classy range of accessories started life in Brooklyn, New York in 2000, before relocating to its current home in Shibuya, Tokyo.

  • Private White V.C. pays homage to its namesake WWI hero; Private Jack White. Many items are based on classic wartime pieces, updated with added functionality and detail for the modern man. All clothing is expertly constructed by hand in Manchester, England, where garments are designed and developed using only the finest regionally sourced fabrics, trims and materials.

  • Founded in 1962, Rota make only trousers, so they specialists and experts in their craft. Many of the best dressed men swear by their cut and quality, like Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, the chairman of Ferrari, who is often seen wearing Rota trousers.

  • Best known as a Neapolitan shirtmaker, Salvatore Piccolo can be found in a select leading stores from New York to Tokyo. All shirts are made to the same specification with several aspects of handwork and unique details learnt from years of bespoke craftsmanship.

  • This brand of Japanese bags is produced from Japanese military canvas, woven on 50 year old selvedge looms. The seemingly tough look gradually softens, with the concept to grow with you and become part of your life.

  • Founded in 1865, Tramontano Napoli has become one of the most respected Italian leather manufacturers. Known for their use of the best leather available, and creating elegant, characteristic designs which lean on Neapolitan traditions.

  • Recipient of the prestigious Royal Warrant, Turnbull & Asser are one of the finest gentlemen’s clothiers in the world.

  • Makers of fine Italian belts for over 85 years, William 1930 has retained its handmade heritage. Materials are selected by master leather craftsmen according to the age-old crafts, diligently passed down through the generations.