Beautifully structured garments.

The collaboration of Hainsworth’s heritage and the world of premium apparel ensures beautifully structured garments that make a lasting impression, with a quality that never fades and appearance that never dulls. The stunning and true colour palette offered by Hainsworth cloth is utilised by designers and tailors crafting not only garments, but statements. Some statements are classic, refined and born of a quiet confidence. The pure luxury of Hainsworth cloth and the beautifully lustrous drape that accentuates the contours of the body, combined with pristine tailoring specified by the garment designer ensure truly classic timeless pieces.

Wherever there is a need for the ultimate in refinement and quality, for fashion, military, academic or costume cloth, Hainsworth fabric is there.

This is possible due to the marriage of traditional values, modern production techniques and knowledge passed down through seven generations, placing Hainsworth at the forefront of the quality apparel marketplace.

Luke Derrick

London Fashion Week AW23.

In February the world’s most esteemed and cutting-edge design houses converged on the nation’s capital for London Fashion Week 2023, with many designers showcasing garments made from Hainsworth cloth. One standout collection was from menswear designer Luke Derrick who made his Fashion Week debut with pieces made from Hainsworth melton fabric, designed to represent the fusion of traditional clothing design with the demands of a contemporary lifestyle. Luke Derrick is a former Central Saint Martins graduate who trained at Alexander McQueen, Dunhill, Brioni and on Savile Row before going on to launch his own clothing label, DERRICK.
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Patrick McDowell

The sustainability champion.

AW Hainsworth continue to show their support for emerging fashion designers with the latest unique collaboration with sustainability-led designer, Patrick McDowell. Patrick has married his Northern heritage with his focus on ethical and British fashion to release his second collection; Firefighting Aunties. The collection uses authentic traditional Firefighting cloth, produced by AW Hainsworth, the global leaders in textile development, after supplying fabric and wool to the fire brigades of Britain for over 100 years.
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Lee Marsh

The Savile Row Tailor.

Savile Row tailoring gets casual with the brand new collection of made-to-order bomber jackets created by gifted tailor, Lee Marsh, in collaboration with AW Hainsworth. Created from the iconic Pilot cloth, and designed as legacy pieces to last a lifetime and beyond, Lee has designed three ready-to-wear options under his Marsh label. These classically stylish bombers, available as both single and double breasted styles, merge the hard-to-negotiate border between true tailoring and dressed down casual.
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Alex Mullins

The playful menswear designer.

British menswear designer Alex Mullins has collaborated with AW Hainsworth on his AW19 collection, which was debuted at London Collection Mens in January 2019. Three striking panelled coats were created using bespoke Hainsworth Duffle, a textured blanket fabric which complements Alex’s hand-crafted style and love of experimenting with classic shapes in playful ways
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Community Clothing

The new 'social enterprise' brand.

Community Clothing was launched in 2016, and designs beautiful, high quality, long lasting garments for both men and women. Its clothing range is built around classic wardrobe staples, which will always be stylish, and not date. The brand is a social enterprise, aiming to create and sustain jobs in the UK garment and textile industry, and to make clothes, produced in Britain, that people feel good about wearing.
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Great British Baby Company

The unique luxury childrenswear brand.

Premium Hainsworth cloth chosen by luxury childrenswear brand The Great Bristish Baby Company for its durability and eco-credentials. The unique luxury childrenswear brand is committed to only using British suppliers, meaning its garments are all made ethically from natural and sustainable materials, wherever possible, and showcase the best of British craftsmanship.
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The up and coming menswear brand.

Yorkshire founded company, HebTroCo have collaborated with AW Hainsworth on their latest ‘1485’ Wool Jacket. The up and coming menswear brand offers classic garments constructed for modern workwear.
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Charlie Buckle

The luxurious outerwear fashionista.

High fashion outerwear designer, Charlie Buckle has collaborated with AW Hainsworth on her recently released collection. The luxurious outerwear fashionista has impressed the likes of Vogue, Tatler and GQ magazine with her AW17/18 collection. Her eye catching unisex garments complement the vibrant colour palette that AW Hainsworth boasts.
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Timeless fashion with uncompromised quality.

Hainsworth’s cloth has been chosen by Astory designers for a range of sophisticated coats, offering customers timeless fashion with uncompromised quality and durability. The coats are made to order using the finest Hainsworth cloth, and can be made to bespoke requirements such as tailored sizing and colour options.
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Lamula Ltd

The modern global woman.

LAMULA (Lamula Ltd) is a new Women’s wear label based in the East end of London. The label gains influence from the modern global woman put into one, to portray an immaculate, fresh and sophisticated collection. The company prides itself on working with British suppliers, designers and manufacturers. In essence to showcase British talent, skill and great quality.
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Christopher Raeburn

A unique and innovative approach.

Christopher Ræburn is a British fashion designer with a unique and innovative approach to creating menswear and womenswear. A graduate of London’s prestigious Royal College of Art, Christopher became known for his re-appropriation of military fabrics and in particular for iconic outerwear created from de-commissioned parachutes.

Jenny Schwarz

High fashion London menswear designer.

Jenny Schwarz has collaborated with Yorkshire textile mill Hainsworth to launch her new AW15 collection. Schwarz, whose fans include TV presenter Graham Norton, actor Rupert Evans and musicians Labrinth and Gary Numan, was inspired by the mill’s contemporary fabrics. Her new collection features beautifully tailored coats, jackets, sweatshirts and barrel bags all created using a selection of Hainsworth fabrics.
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Garments made for a lifetime.

Boudicca is the London based design duo of Zowie Broach and Brian Kirkby. Respected for its integrity, depth of design and attention to detail, it offers collections that are deeply researched and designed while beautifully executed in the finest European fabrics, all with serious attention to the fit and finish of each garment.
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Clarks Originals

Iconic British.

Hainsworth teamed up with Clarks Originals to create a special edition Clarks Desert Boot inspired by the Beatles’ Sergeant Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band album. Hainsworth was invited to supply the stunning red fabric for one of the four boots in the new Clarks Originals’ British Rock Royalty collection. The range captures four iconic moments of British music and style. The Hainsworth fabric Clarks Desert Boot pays homage to 1960s psychedelia and the style of The Beatles’ Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. The eye-catching boot is decorated with gold piping, button trims and a dyed crepe sole. Every pair comes with a special fob featuring a Rock Royalty crest. Desert boots continue to enjoy sartorial prevalence after Prince Harry was photographed wearing a couple of striking pairs while on his royal visit to the Caribbean.

Baartmans & Siegel

Soft tailoring and structured outerwear.

Baartmans & Siegel, known for their soft tailoring and structured outerwear, collaborated with Hainsworth, using the famous Doeskin and air-pilot cloths. Designer Amber Siegel said: “Our new collection celebrates the clashing and complimenting juxtaposition of natural and man-made fibres. “Down feather bomber jackets, coated cotton city car-coats, streamlined windbreakers and enhanced parkas all sit neatly against the inky cool-blue British wools crafted with care and excellence by the renowned textile mill Hainsworth.”

Adrien Sauvage

Contemporary tailoring.

Established in 2010, British fashion house A. Sauvage has acquired a reputation for its understated luxury and no-nonsense approach to contemporary tailoring. Applying the principles of Adrien Sauvage’s founding philosophy – ‘dress easy’ – the brand focuses on the changing needs of its clients to create menswear with an emphasis on a perfect cut and casual elegance.
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