The Japanese art of mending and patching fabrics together, Boro, was the inspiration for the latest Cloth House window display. The term is derived from Japanese boroboro, meaning something tattered or repaired. All fabrics used are available in our store.
Selfridges has unveiled their new window, which explores the materiality of clothes and their effect on our world. We are thrilled to mention that a beautiful range of Cloth House fabrics were used in the making of these window displays. All available in our Soho store.
Have you seen the latest issue of the Selvedge magazine? Our article focuses on Denim- from the history of it to the wide selection we offer.
Just arrived from India. Handloomed and organic cottons in time for spring.
Our current window, fabric exposed to the elements.
We have a new collection of Irish linen in our Soho store. These washed linens are beautifully soft and relaxed and each colour comes in two weights - 159gsm for shirts and dresses and 238gsm for jackets and trousers.
Our latest article for Selvedge magazine explains the philosophy behind the khadi movement and features our pure wool khadi.
Our new window, "Paper lanterns among dark trees."
We are growing our vintage collection both in store and online.