Holland Esquire: A Desirable and Timeless Brand

Holland Esquire:

This tailoring heritage is evident in Holland Esquire designs which skilfully push the boundaries of suit construction and are full of details and sartorial elegance. Exposed stitching, subtle use of colour and pattern are some of the Holland Esquire hallmarks. Holland Esquire is the culmination of a lifelong commitment to tailoring from British tailor Nick Holland.

Founded by Nick Holland in 2001, growing up alongside the industry,  Nick, who was not only taught, but inspired by his father, a successful and influential tailor in the 1970’s so Nick gained valuable hands on experience from an early age.

Every season’s Holland Esquire range shows real attention to detail within each luxurious piece of clothing. Holland Esquire combines the best of tradition with innovation. Ranging from blazers, waistcoats and knitwear, Holland Esquire is a fantastic brand, conveying the classic tradition of British men’s fashion perfectly.

Nick Holland’s tailoring and construction of each piece shows no boundaries, perfecting every single detail. All this makes Holland Esquire the most desirable and timeless brand to feature in any man’s wardrobe. Alongside his own brand of Holland Esquire, Nick Holland is now also the creative director behind Liam Gallagher’s award winning fashion label Pretty Green. This tailoring heritage is evident in Holland Esquire designs which skilfully push the boundaries of suit construction and are full of details and sartorial elegance. Exposed stitching, subtle use of colour and pattern are some of the Holland Esquire hallmarks.

Over recent years Nick was featured in the Britains Ten Best Tailors Room at Harrods and was a founder director of Liam Gallagher’s Pretty Green Label where in their first year they won Drapers Menswear Label of the year. Nick now continues to progress the innovative tailoring that has become Holland Esquire’s signature while acting as a consultant to worldwide fashion brands.

Holland Esquire coming to Stuarts of London soon….

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