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Jenny Stewart

Marketing Manager

j.stewart@johnstonsofelgin.com

Tel: +44 (0) 1343 554 061

Mob: +44 (0) 7962 649 949


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Seven Dials PR

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PRIVATE WHITE X JOE COLLABORATION UNVEILED
11/01/18

Johnstons of Elgin introduces its new AW18/19 menswear collection, which sees design and technology to the forefront as it continues to commit to and invest in innovation. This season, the brand has collaborated with Manchester-based Private White V.C, which has a wealth of manufacturing history, and generations of experience designing and crafting high quality garments. Garnering expertise from both brands to create lovingly made products from only the finest materials, the new collection features two jackets created under the collaboration.

Click here to read the full press release (PDF format)

About Johnstons of Elgin

Johnstons of Elgin manufactures the finest cashmere cloth, knitwear and accessories from its mills in Hawick and Elgin. When you see an authentic Johnstons of Elgin product, you can be sure it has been made in Scotland to a standard of quality synonymous with a company that has been manufacturing since 1797.

Johnstons of Elgin works with farmers in Inner Mongolia to source cashmere and the sustainability of the herds is a key element in the policy of maintaining good pastures to encourage the growth of the finest fibers. Accordingly Johnstons selects the finest luxury fabrics which are then processed through approximately 30 different manufacturing stages before reaching the finished product.

In both the knitting plant in Hawick and the weaving plant in Elgin skilled craftsmen and women ensure that skills preserved through generations of families are represented in the contemporary products made today.