Scabal Tailoring Fabric

Scabal is a Belgian textile company founded in 1938 by Otto Hertz as a cloth merchant and supplier of fabrics. “Scabal” is an acronym for Société Commerciale Anglo Belgo Allemande Luxembourgeoise.

Its headquarters are in Brussels and it now operates as a manufacturer and retailer of men’s suits, jackets and shirts, as well as producing fabrics for tailors and the textile business.

Most of Scabal’s cloth is woven at its heritage mill in Huddersfield, England. Stefano Rivera is the current CEO of Scabal.

Claims to fame

It is said that Scabal is the unicorn of menswear, a brand for those looking to make an impression. Scabal’s cloth is woven from the finest materials making it the world’s leading brand in luxurious fabrics.

Marlon Brando wore Scabal in The Godfather, and Robert De Niro wore Scabal suits in Casino. The cloth of this famous house has been used in many Hollywood movies, such as Golden Eye, The Aviator, Titanic, and The Wolf of Wall Street.

The company recently also crafted the pink velvet Daniel Craig wore on the red carpet to much acclaim and disdain. It’s said that Scabal is a unicorn regarding men’s clothing.

Quality

Scabal’s reputation was quickly gained for its innovation and trendsetting. They did this by modernizing every aspect of their business, including manufacturing, marketing, company processes, products, and brand.

In 1966, when Scabal was awarded the famous Ambassador prize for its contributions to British exports, the company had ownership of the world’s most expensive wool fabrics.

It had also successfully expanded to Japan and opened larger offices in Belgium and London to accommodate its burgeoning staff. In 20 short years, they became one of the world’s leading textile businesses.

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