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Fabulous Lyle&Scott garments: now available at Englsh-Brands.co.uk

Press Release: September 03, 2015

Feel addicted to the British style and fashion? English-Brands.co.uk is happy to announce that from now on our customers can purchase gorgeous attire marked by the famous Lyle&Scott logo. Before you enjoy shopping at our e-store, let us familiarize you with some interesting facts about this illustrious British fashion brand.

Lyle&Scott: the history of brand establishment

1874. Walter Scott and William Lyle founded a tiny knitwear factory at Hawick. At first it specialized in underwear production.
1882. Under the management of Charles Oliver the factory has started its worldwide expansion.
1926. Lyle&Scott took out a patent for its accomplished wool processing technologies. It was a remarkable achievement that helped the brand sweep into the realm of international fashion.
1951. Renowned photographer Walter Nurnberg visited the factory to make some pictures of its industrial interiors. The iconic photos slipped into fashionable magazines, and that was a good investment in brand reputation.
1954. It was promising start of collaboration with respected fashion houses: Dior, Channel, Yves Saint Laurent, Michael Kors and others.
1958. Laconic silhouettes and superior craftsmanship made the brand the most adorable label of modernists, who afterwards took part in Lyle&Scott promotion.
1960. In the 60's the brand launched its own collection of fine garments for golfers. Some A-list players and fans became the faces of the brand.
1975. Lyle&Scott was offered the ultimate award – the Royal Warrant. It has been given by the special royal committee for excellent quality, supreme service and remarkable achievements in business.

Thank you for your interest. Should you have any questions, please, do not hesitate to contact as at info@english-brands.co.uk (for general enquirers), business@english-brands.co.uk (for business enquirers) or by phone number +44 (0) 20 3189 1177.

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