Fabric
&
Fabrics

The Art of Fabrics

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Private Label

KERRY KNOLL is an exclusive suiting fabric brand. We enjoy a high reputation due to the various fabric collections designed and weaved in the European continent, combined with the deep-rooted experience in suiting fabrics. The brand also stands to be the choice of international sports teams and celebrities.

The Biella region is renowned for the wool fabric-weaving industry dating back to the thirteenth century. Today, it has grown into a world-class hub for high end wool fabric weaving and production. KERRY KNOLL fabric designs are sprinkled with Italian sartorial flavors from birth. The PANORAMA collection is weaved and finished in fabric mills in Italy – near the world renowned wool weaving town of Biella.

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Product Caring

Wool is a natural fabric that has kept its popularity for centuries, and is growing in demand. A fine, medium-weight wool quality is most suitable for you to wear in all seasons. Taking time for proper storing, caring and wearing of your pure wool suit will mean years of use. Below are some hints for keeping your wool suit in their perfect shape:

Cleaning

  • Steam any wrinkles before the wool suit is put into wardrobe

  • Follow the instructions on the care label

  • Perform spot cleaning for small areas and major cleaning only when necessary

  • Taking the wool suit to a quality dry cleaners' can keep it in good shape for prolonged use

Storage

  • Use the special designed hangers for wool clothing storage with a padded section for the shoulders. Hangers without the padded section will cause the shoulders to deform gradually

  • Do not place wool clothing under direct sunlight, discoloring may happen under prolonged exposure to sunlight

  • Do not place wool clothing in a damp place without ventilation

  • Put mothballs into an airtight storage place along with the suit. Make sure the mothballs do not directly touch the wool clothing or they could cause discoloring and weaken the wool fibers

Wearing

  • Put mothballs into an airtight storage place along with the suit. Make sure the mothballs do not directly touch the wool clothing or they could cause discoloring and weaken the wool fibers

  • Avoid placing the suit in your suitcase during travel – this will compress the suit fabric and cause irreversible damage to the suit structure. Use a suit bag and carry individually at all times when travelling for best effect

 

Contact

21/F Railway Plaza, 39 Chatham Rd South, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

 

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