Italy is a land of spectacular food, history, and romance - yet for us it was also a place with a singular devotion to design and process.
If the magic of the dye house was dictated by vats, beakers, and spectrometers, the production of the fabric itself -- the warp and weft -- was a concerto of large, sprawling machinery.
Dying cotton for fine fabrics has a beguilingly simple goal: consistency and uniformity. But the process for achieving it is anything but.
Adventure Ho! It was a special treat forTeam Tuckerman when we recently decamped to pay a visit to our Italian fabric mill. It’s not every day you get a backstage pass to see how some of the world's best fabrics are made.
We're turning the naming of our Fall 2015 shirts over to you! Learn more about how to nominate someone you know who has made a difference.
We're excited to introduce our Fall 2015 collection with a sneak peak of our new patterns!
A New Yorker classic on why we would much prefer ironing to non-iron treatments!
What's that? Sorry? I can't hear you over the hum of the sewing machines!
We are incredibly excited to announce that our fabric has cleared final inspection at our mill in Italy!
Sharpen your pencils! We're going back to school to bone up on our New England textile history.