We have been importing fabrics from Vanners, a long-established British silk weaving company, to produce a variety of men’s accessories, but unfortunately Vanners is no longer able to produce fabrics due to their poor management. We have started to deal in fabrics woven by a long-established weaver in Nishijin, Kyoto, which are of very good quality and can replace Vanners’ silk as a new material. This time we are introducing an armband, bow tie and pocket chief in a houndstooth pattern in four colours that are relatively easy to match.
The Vanners Dot Series introduces rare and unique groomsmen outfits for spring and summer. The dot pattern, crafted from high-quality silk by the British company Vanners, exudes sophistication. Unfortunately, Vanners has ceased production, making these items exclusive and distinctive. The limited availability of the fabric adds to the allure, and the Japanese craftsmanship ensures precision and quality. Ideal for grooms seeking a stylish and unique statement for their upcoming weddings, these outfits blend tradition, elegance, and exclusivity.”
This is Sugama of the TAILORS WORLD editorial department.In this article, I will write about armbands, which play a supporting role to shirts but are …
Matching cuffs, tie bars and bracelets for formal and business use.
Is this Nishijin weaving? This was my impression when I saw this design. I was surprised to see such a modern textile, as the only image I had of Nishijin brocade was that of gorgeous kimonos and obis. The fabric was produced by a traditional weaving company established in the Genroku era.
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