Pinstripes The re-emergence of the pinstripe suit has incorporated fresh new colors that give a modern twist to this traditionally serious suit fabric design. From the iconik fancy nano bunch 704: View post on Tan ground shades give a more casual Spring Summer look. Nanotechnology makes this luxury cloth both crease resistant and water/stain … Read More

Texture Dormeuil

Texture Dormeuil For Spring Summer 2017 the casual chic silhouette calls for luxury cloth with texture. From D Philosophy box 653 – 883.009 (9)   A more “rounded” cloth softens the shoulder line in this season’s more de-constructed garments. From D Philosophy box 703 – 886.123 (41)   View post on Worn with or … Read More

Date Night Jacket

Date Night Jacket For those occasions that require a sophisticated look with a touch of casual chic elegance, the navy “date night” jacket is a go-to wardrobe essential. A touch of texture and surface interest in the fabric will allow the jacket to be tailored to a more casual style with patch pockets and a … Read More

Spring Green

Spring Green Forest, Hunter, Emerald, Jade, Jungle, or British Racing Green; there are myriad names for the hottest fashion color for Spring 2017. 412.015 (15) from D Philosophy #703 is constructed with Wool, Silk, and Linen and can be tailored into a jacket or a suit – worn easily with navy, ecru, grey, and white. … Read More

Super Brio

Dormeuil’s Super Brio is an 8 oz luxury cloth constructed with 60% Mohair & 40% Worsted Wool. More than two hundred years ago, breeders in the Camdeboo region (South Africa), close to Cape Town, began to farm and produce a rare variety of goat with an immaculate white coat; the mohair goat.   A high-quality … Read More


Dormeuil’s new D Philosophy for Spring 2017 features a selection of jersey fabrics for the ultimate casual chic jacket. Sometimes referred to as a “swacket” (a combination of a sweater and a jacket) this new fashion silhouette creates a fitted “high street” look that is sporty and athletic.   Worn with tailored trousers, jeans, or … Read More


Dormeuil’s Exel bunch book 607 features a Super 110’s plain weave fabric as well as a Super 130’s Prunelle (3 harnesses) weave construction. The name “Prunelle” was derived from the French word for plum, “Prune.” The Prunelle weave was traditionally used for scholastic robes and clergymen’s gowns and these were often made in a plum … Read More