Tonight, at the world premiere of ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’, Colin Firth walked the red carpet in a bespoke Green Carpet Challenge® (GCC) Kingsman suit.
The bespoke Kingsman suit was made in London by Martin Nicholls, the tailor who produced all of the suits for the film. The fabric was supplied by Dormeuil, the historic, family owned company specialising in the design and manufacture of luxury fine cloths.
Produced from New Zealand wool, the cloth itself is a very British affair, wholly manufactured in Yorkshire. The wool is dyed in Bradford by Bradford and Lumb, in line with the requirements of ISO 14001, the international standard for environmental management. Spinning is done at Spectrum Yarns in Hudderfield, while the fabric is woven at Pennine Weavers in Keighley and finished at WT Johnsons in Huddersfield, who are also certified to ISO 14001.
Livia Firth restyled her Emilia Wickstead suit for the premiere, with Chopard earrings, Roger Vivier shoes and a Kayu clutch.
MR PORTER and director Mr Matthew Vaughn have created a bespoke collection from Ms Arianne Phillips’ costume design for Kingsman: The Secret Service. Each piece of the collection is crafted in Britain by heritage manufacturers, from the tailoring to the ties. View the full collection here.