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We offer fashion brand representation for companies looking to get a foothold in the UK market.

At the beginning of the 20th century, the Brown family owned haute couture stores for men's clothing in the historic Mayfair district. The area had been the home of the best British craftsmanship since 1819. The brave and visionary Aubrey Brown sensed that there was room in the men's fashion world for a specialist to design and distribute silk for ties. In 1919 he opened his store in the famous Burlington Arcade.

In 1926, he founded "Holliday & Brown Ltd" with his family friend Mr Holliday. It was a brand of ties with unmistakable prints and unique and elegant colours. When Aubrey died, his brother Basil and son Colin took over the business, after moving to the historic Coach and Horses Yards headquarters. After working at Harrods, and printing and weaving work experiences, Colin acquired the trade’s techniques and secrets and became Art Director. Later, he became responsible for the entire family business. During the thrilling 1960s, Holliday & Brown became an internationally renowned name of excellence. During the 1970s and 1980s, which were revolutionary for art, music and fashion, the Brand, in its legendary Pink House headquarters, consolidated its position as leader of the British male style. Its prints with large British motifs and eccentric colours were its hallmark. In the 1990s, the Holliday & Brown headquarters moved to Savile Row, the famous address of the most essential and well-known tailoring workshops in the world and synonymous with elegance. The Brand was purchased in 2002 by Mantero Seta which meticulously maintained the company's glorious past, and laid the foundations for building an important future.

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