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Scabal unveils six brand new 'Gold Treasure' designs
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Jun '08
It was at the end of 1999 that Scabal first brought out the 'Gold Treasure' cloth, an ultra-fine Super 150's, originating from an exceptional bale of Australian merino wool and enriched with a 22 carat gold thread. A fine example of technical ingenuity, the production secret of which has been carefully kept secret.

Given its tremendous worldwide success, Scabal is now launching six brand new 'Gold Treasure' designs. They are still in black, anthracite black and midnight blue, colours which all enhance the gold thread to the maximum.

Given the fact that Scabal is always striving for further improvements, this new luxury cloth range contains more gold thread than the previous collection.

The full Gold Treasure collection consists of 12 different designs. The patterns are developed in-house, and the quality production takes place in England using age-old techniques of true craftsmanship. This cloth is available to clients who wish to own a truly exceptional and unique suit.

A unique design in a unique cloth for men who love unmitigated luxury. Hence the dressing room of Luis Miguel, the famous Latin-American singer, who has sold 50 million albums and won 7 Grammy Awards, boasts two Gold Treasure suits in his wardrobe.

Just recently, a well-to-do Scabal client from the Middle East visited Scabal's Flagship Store at 12 Savile Row (London) and purchased five cut lengths of cloth in four different Gold Treasure designs.

Clearly, this somewhat exceptional client owns five different houses all over the world and loves to have the same wardrobe in each of these houses, thus dispensing with the need to carry any luggage.

Scabal NV/SA


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