British Ink Blue Flannel
Golden Fox - British Ink Blue Flannel
CODE: FS624 A0023/55
WEIGHT: 270/300g or 9/10oz
TYPE: Worsted Flannel
The Golden Fox label is a stamp of excellence and quality. At Fox Brothers and Co quality is paramount and never compromised, the upmost care is taken in each step of the process to produce each fine cloth. This exceptional West of England flannel is made from super 120’s merino with cashmere. The British Ink Blue colour is unique to the Golden Fox range and is not to be repeated.
Fox Brothers, famous for weaving the finest flannel, have produced this 285 gram mid-weight flannel, a wonderfully soft cloth woven with worsted super fine merino which has been given the trademark Fox flannel finish.
This would make the most stunning suit or blazer, an essential for any discerning gentleman. Every wardrobe needs a navy suit and what better than a Golden Fox British ink blue flannel suit for exceptional quality and feel. A future heirloom.
Woven in the South West of England where Fox Brothers have been weaving since 1772.
- 150cm width
- Woven by Fox Brothers and Co. in the South West
- 100% Super 120's Wool
- Dry clean only
- Your tailor will be able to advise of quantity of cloth required
Fox Brothers, the English woollen mill established in Somerset in 1772 is credited with being the originator of fine woollen and worsted flannels during the last century and is still said to produce the best in the world. According to style connoisseurs, when choosing flannel, “always be sure to ask for it (Fox) by name”.
Fox Brothers first developed ‘flannel’ in 1803 and to quote Esquire magazine, is still the “Standard Bearer” for this wonderfully soft cloth.Loved by tailors who appreciate the way the it cuts "like a good butter', this wonderfully soft cloth has evolved over many years and is now available as suit lengths in varying designs and weights, exclusively on The Merchant Fox.
Iconic images from recent history show gentlemen of style wearing Fox Flannel - Sir Winston Churchill’s Savile Row tailor Henry Poole favoured a chalk stripe, Hollywood legend Cary Grant often wore Fox and of course, Gregory Peck in the film, ‘The Man In The Grey Flannel Suit’.