"Escorial is an extraordinary natural fibre," said founder Peter Radford Radford. "I first discovered its unique attributes over forty years ago and since then my vision has never altered, to provide a customer with an exceptional performing product from a recognised source."
Escorial has an exclusive British manufacturing partnership with Joshua Ellis and Luxury Fabrics of Yorkshire UK, who design, weave and distribute Escorial fabrics and accessories worldwide.
The Autumn/Winter 19-20 Escorial collection will appeal to many with a design emphasis on capturing both British and Escorial heritage, said Robert McQuillan, the global sales director."Escorial is developing into a fantastic iconic brand and I am excited about promoting it globally and offering such a luxurious and vast collection."
The collection will include a wide selection of Escorial suitings, jacketings, blazers and coatings beautifully styled in classic and contemporary looks. Featuring autumnal colours and classics covering rich grey tones, strong navy blues, deep olives, browns and reds. 4 ply and 6 ply yarns have been used to great effect offering drape, handle and incredible performance as well as 100 per cent woolen spun yarns for the jackets and coatings.
The Escorial accessory collection has been inspired by New Zealand countryside, using melange colours with much clarity. There is a brushed muffler styled in country classics, a lightweight scarf with frayed fringe in a range of marbled plains and refined checks, and a brushed stole in neutral colours.
"Escorial has come a long way from when we launched it in Paris 21 years ago. With the fantastic commitment from those involved we are all able to play our part in preserving a piece of history," concluded Radford. (RR)
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