Made in Cumbria: Thatcher’s iconic image Click here to read the full article The iconic blue suits worn by Baroness Thatcher were produced with fabric from Carlisle’s Linton Tweeds factory. Margaret Thatcher’s iconic blue suit Thatcher liked blue, but her fashion adviser Margaret King knew that lighter blue did not always look good on […]
New Website Coming Soon…. With the demand and sales for our unique and innovative fabrics & exciting yarns rising quickly, we needed to offer a way for people to almost touch and feel our huge range of fabrics without the need to travel to our Mills in Carlisle, Cumbria. A large investment has been made […]
Hilary Alexander reviews John Rocha’s latest autumn/winter 09/10 collection at London Fashion Week… For next season, John Rocha blended his craftsman touches and organic silhouettes with a new contoured silhouette, egg-shaped and curving, which lent new emphasis to the silhouette. He opened with his familiar black, with tailored suits, coats and dresses which had […]
Our Centenary Certificate On the 15th November 2012 Linton Tweeds were pleased to receive this centenary certificate from Companies House confirming our 100th year in business. Here’s to the next 100!!!
This year, 2012, we reach our centenary anniversary – 100 years of Linton! We are delighted that our fabrics have been at the forefront of luxury English fabrics for such a long time – we are extremely proud of our fabrics and our business achievements in such a difficult market as textiles manufacture and […]