The Boulmiche Fabrics
Our collection consists of the finest fabrics from Italian and English Mills. These fabrics are designed to provide structure and drape with materials ranging from wool and cashmere to linen and silk finishes.
Our reputation was built on shirting fabrics which we export around the world and we have broadened that expertise into fabrics for contemporary jackets, trousers.
In 1842, Jules Dormeuil created a family business that would soon become world leader in supplying luxury fine cloths. For 170 years, The House of Dormeuil has developed timeless and iconic fabrics that have cemented the Company’s reputation across all five continents.
Holland & Sherry
Since 1836 Holland & Sherry has continued to supply prestigious tailors and luxury brands with some of the finest cloths in the world. Stephen George Holland and Frederick Sherry began the business as woolen merchants at 10 Old Bond Street, London, specializing in both woolen and silk cloths. In 1886 Holland & Sherry moved premises to Golden Square, at the time the epicenter of the woolen merchanting trade.
Loro Piana is the largest cashmere and baby cashmere manufacturer in the western world.
The finest lots of this precious fibre come from Northern China and Mongolia, where Loro Piana has offices in Beijing, Hong Kong and Ulan Baatar.
This guarantees Loro Piana’s direct presence in the markets and a privileged and personal relationship with suppliers – in this case, the fiery goat herders who breed Hircus goats.
For over two centuries, since 1815, Guabello’s profound relationship with its surroundings, and its history of craftsmanship, expertise, and excellence continue to be handed-down, generation after generation.
Vitale Barberis Canonico
Vitale Barberis Canonico has been making fine fabrics for tailors since 1663
At Scabal, everything begins with cloth. For over 75 years Scabal has stood at the forefront of innovation and sophistication in weaving. Today, Scabal cloth can be found in tailor’s workshops from over 65 countries worldwide
Lanificio F.lli Cerruti
In 1881, the grandfather of Nino Cerruti founded the textile mill Lanificio Fratelli Cerruti. Located in Biella (Piemonte, Italy) the water in the region is put to use to wash and treat the wool, which is imported principally from Australia and South Africa, so as to develop flannel, tweeds, cashmere, and butter muslin.
The Zegna Wool Mill founded in 1910, has been the backbone of the company’s success and is renowned internationally for the world’s finest textiles. Four generations of the Zegna family have led the success in textiles, through innovation, carefully balancing science with nature and craftsmanship with technology.
Protecting Boulmiche Fabrics
A cotton shirt can be washed at 40°C-60°C, but always follow the advice on the garment label. We recommend that you wash it inside-out and in a semi-filled machine, with similar garments, so that no lint will adhere to your shirt. Always launder with similar colours, or separately if the fabric is in a dark colour or printed. Avoid centrifuging. Allow to drip dry on a coat hanger.
A good airing can often suffice to freshen the garment, but if necessary, wool can either be hand-washed in lukewarm water or machine-washed using the wool program. Use laundry detergent especially suited for wool. Avoid soaking the garment to soak and do not twist or rub. Use a short, gentle spin cycle. Gently remove excess water with a terry towel and lay garment flat to dry. Avoid drying in sunlight or any heated place.
A linen shirt can be washed at 40°C-60°C, but always follow the advice on the garment label. We recommend that you wash it inside-out and in a semi-filled machine. Always launder with similar colours, or separately if the fabric is in a dark coloured. Avoid centrifuging. Allow to drip dry on a coat hanger.
Silk products can either be hand-washed in lukewarm water or machine-washed using the silk or wool program. Use liquid laundry detergent especially suited for silk, without enzymes. If machine-washed, use a washing bag. Avoid soaking the garment and do not twist or rub. Rinse thoroughly and use a short spin cycle. Allow to drip dry on a coat hanger. Avoid drying in sunlight or any heated place.
The best result is achieved if the garment is ironed before completely dry. 100%-cotton shirts can be ironed at full heat, but avoid ironing buttons at collar, placket and cuffs. Never starch a Stenströms shirt, not even with spray starch, as starch will make the finest fabrics feel like paper.
Creases may also be removed using a steamer, which is also a good way to freshen the garment quickly. All of Stenströms fabrics can be steamed provided you use the correct temperature setting, as indicated on the garment label. Read the instructions on your steamer before using it and maintain the right distance between the garment and steamer.
The sooner you treat a stain, the easier it is to remove. Water is often enough, but if you need to use stain remover, make sure it is suitable for the fabric you intend to use it for. Work your way from edge to centre and be aware that a stain should be dissolved, not rubbed off.
We are now exclusively available online at Lichtenstein’s Department Store.
Please visit us at Lichtenstein’s (www.Lichtensteins.com).