Henry Poole x Canada Goose
Henry Poole tailors are known for creating garments for royalty as well as inventing the world-famous tuxedo. Established in 1806, and remaining in the hands of the founder’s family to this date, they thrive in the heart of St. James at No.15 Savile Row.
Canada Goose was founded in a small warehouse in Toronto over 60 years, and has since become one of the world’s leading makers of luxury apparel. The two companies recently combined to collaborate in a range of clothing that drew strands from each brands DNA.
Progress produced a quantity of suit carriers for the partnership using specially sourced 14 oz polyester woven fabric to match the clients colours. Faux leather was used for the handles and detailing, with the front panel including an embossed logo. Gold finished zips and press studs were also included to add a look of luxury to the carrier.