P R O D U C T
" Designing and styling bespoke clothing is all about understanding the uniqueness in you. And emphasising it. That’s why each of our garments is customised to the very last stitch. So that they are meant for you. Distinctly for you."
F A B R I C S
Bespoke fashion cannot be crafted without the best ingredients. Apart from our expertise and attention to detail, at Armour, we offer you the very best of international fabrics for your attire."
You can select from the following brands for customised shirts:
The silent giant behind many of the world’s best known fashion labels, Soktas was founded in Turkey in 1971 and offers superfine
luxury cottons and cotton-blended fabrics to the fashion industry across the globe.
Luthai Textile Co., Ltd. is the market leader in the production of specially yarn-dyed fabrics that are perfect for shirts. One of the top three
Chinese shirting product manufacturers, Luthai works with global brands like Marks & Spencer, Burberry and Lacoste.
For those sharp suits, we offer:
A Belgian textile company, founded by the famed Otto Hertz in 1938, and manufactured in Huddersfield,
England, Scabal balances itself delicately on the cutting-edge of fashion and technology. Pushing imaginations and
pushing limits is the driving force behind this company and its luxurious fabric has been worn by legends
like Marlon Brando and Robert De Niro.
In search of the rare and luxurious, Dormenuil is renowned the world over for its precious fibres and
exceptional fabrics. Founded in 1842, the legacy of this brand needs virtually no introduction.
Founded in Italy in 1865 by Carlo Reda, this company is known for its signature Italian wool. The pinnacle of
extraordinary craftsmanship, Reda sets apart any classic suit with its unique fabrics.
In Italy, in the year 1663, a legend was born in the fabric industry. Wool so fine you hardly notice the
weight and craft so flawless it’s virtually a privilege to wear it.
Holland & Sherry
Founded in London in 1836, Holland & Sherry flaunts a legacy only a few are honoured to partake in. The classic
English textile for suits, sharp, strong and effortlessly elegant.
What began in 1946 as a small clothing workshop has today become one of the world’s largest lifestyle groups.
Needless to say, Hugo’s fabrics are an ode to Germany’s meticulous craftsmanship and sense of perfection.
Founded in 1910 and now based out of the world’s fashion capitals, Milan’s Ermengildo Zegna is synonymous
with luxury and fine fabrics. It is currently the largest menswear brand by revenue and collaborate with labels like Gucci, Dunhill,
Yves Saint Laurent and Tom Ford.