Brooks Brothers has a longstanding connection with Scotland and have historically sourced tweeds, knitwear, and cashmeres from mills in Hawick, Kelso, Selkirk and the Shetland Isles, and finally opened the doors to a beautiful store; their first store in Scotland, in 2007 on 57 George Street in Edinburgh.
The Brooks Brothers Legacy
Synonymous with the classic IVY League, all-American style, Brooks Brothers’ design innovation has brought them legions of fans amoung the centuries best dressed men and women; Clarke Gable, Cary Grant, the Duke of Windsor, J.P.Morgan, Fred Astaire, Andy Warhol, Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Aston Kutcher, Greta Garbo, and every US President since Abraham Lincoln. Katherine Hepburn, one of the first Hollywood starlets to don trousers, headed to Brooks Brothers for her tailoring, and generations of Astors, Goulds, Vanderbilts and Rockerfellers have all shopped at Brooks Brothers.
Brooks Brothers has long been an innovator and was the first company to introduce ready-to-wear clothing in America and has continued through out history with iconic product introductions including: seersucker, madras, the non-iron shirt and the original button down collar. Nearly two centuries later Brooks Brothers is proud to uphold the same traditions and values and the be the destination for ladies and gentlemen from every generation. Since its founding 195 years ago in New York City, Brooks Brothers has become a legendary international retailer while maintaining a steadfast commitment to exceptional service, quality, style and value.