We are selective with who we choose as our artisans and aim to work closely with them in partnership. As a result, we sell only products that The Armoury can be proud to represent – products made with quality craftsmanship, outstanding design and timeless style.
A 100Hands shirt takes approximately 35 hours to produce, including 45 minutes for each buttonhole. Each garment passes through 100 hands, with more handsewn details than any shirtmaker we've carried before.
Established in 1749, Abbeyhorn has been making handcrafted horn products in England for more than 260 years. Made from real staghorn, each piece is constructed with strength and durability, leading to a product sure to last a lifetime.
Founded in 1820, Albert Thurston has been making braces and armbands for Kings, Presidents and Royalty. Albert Thurston braces are all handmade to traditional specifications, making for a classic addition to one's wardrobe.
The Alden Shoe Company has manufactured quality shoes for men since 1884. With over 135 years of unwavering dedication to the highest standards of shoe-making, we proudly offer our collection of American handcrafted footwear.
Salvatore Ambrosi stays true to his heritage of impeccable taste with practical elements. Notable traits of Ambrosi Napoli are the buttoned cuff, allowing the trouser hem to be cleaned, along with an extended waistband.
Started in Parma, Italy in 1966, Anderson's is synonymous for high-end Italian leather belts and accessories. Still family run, their products are manufactured entirely in their workshop by 50 trained artisans.
Andrea's 1947 has been manufacturing textiles the old fashioned way for over five decades. Made by hand on vintage shuttle looms the fineness of the cashmere is unmatched by most of what you see today.
Named for Loch an Ordain, a remote lochan in the Scottish Highlands, Anordain's small team creates mechanical watches with enamel dials in Glasgow, Scotland.
Ascot Chang is one of Hong Kong's most famous shirtmakers. The Armoury by Ascot Chang products are some of our bestsellers, always made with international classic style and quality in mind since 1953.
Bringing his bespoke shoemaking experience to his RTW line, Allan Baudoin and his team make each slipper in their workshop in London. Specializing in unlined slippers, each shoe has a handcrafted insole with a cushioned inset.
Bowhill & Elliott is the go-to brand for craft shoes and handmade slippers, often with a crest or monogram embroidered on the design.
The philosophy of Bresciani 1970 is based on two words: quality and comfort. Developed with “old-fashioned” methods and supported by the best and most up-to-date technology.
What started as a shoe shine business, quickly became one of the best known suppliers of shoe shining cloths and materials in Japan. Yuya Hasegawa has taken this product and expanded the reach to the rest of the world.
CQP was born from a passion for great design and a desire to create outstanding products of the highest quality. CQP sneakers are designed entirely in-house from the ground up and crafted without compromise.
Founded in 1935, Cappellificio Biellese was started in Biella, Italy, a town renowned for its textile production.
A shoemaking dynasty since 1866. Each shoe from Carmina Shoemaker is hand-crafted and Goodyear-welted with the precision and technique that has been passed down from generations.
Noriyuki Ueki combines traditional classic Neapolitan tailoring with Japanese style. The Ciccio styling strikes a wonderful balance of East-meets-West, in a happy medium that is just as wearable to work as on an International flight.
Since 1987, Codis Maya has been creating beautiful handcrafted men's accessories using the finest materials and classic designs.
Taking its inspiration from well-known and legendary artists and personalities, Cohérence’s interpretation of classic outerwear is elevated through the use of in-house designed fabrics, thoughtful details, and a focus on fit.
Nishimori-san of Crevaleathco represents the finest in handcrafted leather goods. Each piece is fully hand made, one piece at a time by one individual artisan.
D.S. & Durga are a husband and wife duo that make small batch perfumes and colognes in Brooklyn. Specializing in scents that hearken back to the old days of America, everything is made in-house.
Utilizing the finest cloths from specialty mills across Italy and the UK, Drake’s ties are made by hand at their Haberdasher Street Factory in London. Drake’s ties have a relaxed, enduring elegance to them.
A fourth-generation family business, Draper have been manufacturing in their Glastonbury factory for over 85 years making them the oldest sheepskin footwear manufacturer in the United Kingdom.
Founded in 1770 in the Scottish highlands. Known for their expert use of color and texture, Drumohr's knits build on their heritage and ancient knitting technique with italian design and attention to detail.
Ettinger of London first started making fine leather goods in London in 1934, quickly becoming renowned for their high quality craftsmanship.
Founded in 1946, Fabbrica Pelletterie Milano is defined by top-level craftsmanship and a modern vision. Their luxurious cases are made by designers and artisans.
Fox Brothers have produced woollen and worsted fabric in Wellington, Somerset for nearly two hundred and fifty years. Officially credited as the original creator of wool flannel.
Fox Umbrellas has been keeping the nation dry since 1868. The British legacy brand has been painstakingly handcrafting the finest luxury umbrellas for hundreds of years.
Frank Clegg handcrafted leather goods are made in America since 1970. For more than 40 years, Frank, his sons, and a small team of skilled artisans have crafted each accessory, bag and wallet in their Massachusetts workshop.
Born in Schaffhausen into a family of watchmakers, Heinrich Moser founded H. Moser & Cie. in 1828. The brand remains one of the few independent, family-owned and run watch companies in existence.
Heimat stands for traditional silhouette interpreted for modern day living. Their contemporary products incorporate a German tradition for high quality. Heimat knitwear finds inspiration from classic U.S. Navy sweaters.
Hermann Staib was founded in 1922 with a focus on producing tools and processing wires to make chains and mesh material. Manufactured in Germany, the Staib stainless steel bracelet is one of the best mesh bracelets out there.
Founded in 1936, family-run Hestra is renowned for hand cutting gloves using the finest materials available. Based in Sweden, all of the label’s table cut gloves are made using traditional techniques hailing from the 17th century.
Hidetaka Fukaya's workshop creates small leather goods and accessories which showcase his unique personality, blending old world craftsmanship with bright colors and interesting shapes and raw materials.
A Parisian brand focusing on soft, elegant footwear that fills the gap between minimalist sneakers and welted dress shoes. They carry a stylish presence while remaining discreet, completing a look without over embellishment.
Jean Rousseau was founded in 1954 in Besançon. Jean Rousseau has continued the tradition of excellence from crafting fine leather watch straps to cardholders, wallets, and leather accessories in a number of luxury exotic skins.
Koji trained in Florence, Italy under Roberto Ugolini. His style emphasizes balance and proportion, sticking to the classic styles, while focusing on attention to detail with a very high quality make.
The Liverano & Liverano style remains true to Florentine style and represents the highest level bespoke tailoring. Each of the pieces is made entirely by hand, taking about 70 hours to produce.
Marc Newson's clients include some of the best-known and most prestigious brands in the world, spanning diverse sectors from manufacturing to technology and luxury goods.
Drawing from his years of experience honed through commissions for iconic brands around the world, Mr. Slowboy creates delightful illustrations that inspire with their sense of individuality and effortlessness.
Musella Dembech is a small bespoke operation based in Milan comprised of a father, son and mother team specializing in a northern Italian style which features a unique silhouette.
With an atelier in Kobe, Nakagawa and his wife Mocky create a variety of bespoke and made-to-order eyewear. This includes both prescription eyewear and sunglasses. These handcrafted eyewear pieces are exceptionally high-quality.
Founded in 2018 with the goal of creating outstanding watches in Japan, blending vintage wrist watch and pocket watch aesthetics with modern production technology and hand engraved dial details.
Nigel Cabourn has worked in the industry for over forty years producing collections which are not influenced by ‘fashion’ trends but driven by inspirational stories of real people in history and vintage military, outdoor and work wear pieces.
Founded in 1990 in the cradle of German watchmaking, Glashütte, and designed at an in-house studio in Berlin, NOMOS has attracted the attention of those in search of superlative quality and value.
Orazio Luciano, former head cutter at Kiton, brings a great selection of vintage fabrics to his trunk shows for making up suits, sport coats, trousers, and outerwear.
Craftsman Naoyuki Komatsu creates Ortus bags from start to finish with the idea that the bags ‘grow more beautiful with age as customers breathe life into them. Having studied under Yukihiro-san of Fugee leathers.
Established in 1948, The Owen Barry Team has been handcrafting beautiful leather and sheepskin products in Somerset UK for over 5 generations.
Paolo Penko Firenze has been one of the best-kept secrets of Florence for over three decades. Penko produces beautifully crafted lapel chains with a quirky twist.
Patinova is a Hong Kong jewelry company with a sense of history. They find cultural and historical objects of interest and either re-purpose or re-create them in a new way so that their story can be re-told and continued.
Pommella Napoli garments are handmade in Naples featuring a slim, flattering cut while maintaining a clean line throughout the leg.
Porter Yoshida & Co. is an old Japanese bag-making company whose products blend functionality with Japanese quirkiness. We've partnered with Porter to design a collaborative bag with travel in mind.
Since 1954, Ring Jacket has built a reputation for creating quality garments blending Japanese, British and American sensibilities with a southern Italian flair. The Armoury by Ring Jacket features our exclusive models, created just for us.
Originally founded in Jackson Hole Wyoming, RMFB have been making extremely high quality vests since the 1960s. Known for their iconic down stuffed vests constructed with a single piece leather yoke.
Rota was founded in 1962 by Ampelio Rota with the idea to push trousers to the forefront of menswear. Each pair of trousers is entirely made in the Rota workshop in Fidenza, Italy, with the Rota family still running operations.
Rumisu is the joint project of two sisters from Istanbul, Turkey who have a love for illustration, design, blending whimsical designs with beautiful silks and hand-rolled edges.
Saint Crispin’s shoes show attention to detail from the way the rubber sole is beveled, with the added initials in nails, the finishing on the uppers, to the unique hand dyeing process which produces a beautiful depth in color.
Saphir has existed for almost a century, and accordingly it represents unique longevity in the world of leather and shoe care. Saphir has been passed down from generation to generation providing a strong sense of identity and tradition.
Founded in 2015, Savas makes one-of-a-kind pieces from the some of the finest hides and furs in the world. Steeped in a tradition all its own, Savas channels blues and rock music to inspires unique leather jackets sure to last a lifetime.
A Parisian textile dynasty since 1787. Simonnot Godard stands for making the world's finest pocket squares and handkerchiefs, made of the finest hand-woven cotton fabrics are being produced for more than 200 years.
Japanese cotton and silk hosiery maker, Tabio was founded by Naomasa Ochi, who started making socks at the age of 15 and has spent his life pushing the limits of comfort and quality.
Yamamoto-san is a master tailor, known for his Ivy-style tendencies. With looks ranging from traditional Ivy style, continental style, to fully bespoke offerings where the styling is formed from a bond between wearer and tailor.
Japanese leather craftsman Takuya Okamoto has done everything he can to conceal the secrets of his craft. His made-in-Japan creations, which look so deceptively simple, belie much of the attention to detail and time spent to make them.
Our vision for The Armoury house label is to provide an entry point into The Armoury aesthetic that does not rely on bespoke yet meets our standards of quality and design.
Establishing the brand in Kobe, Hitoshi Tsujimoto has always had an affinity for workwear and military garments. Thus, many of the The Real McCoy’s garments are faithful to a vintage aesthetic.
Tie Your Tie creates ties in their Florentine workshop that are unlike anything you've ever seen. Cut, sewn, and stitched entirely by hand, often in vintage or small-run fabrics, Tie Your Tie ties are truly artisanal.
Redefining classic Americana style through both their European and Japanese lenses, Anatomica meticulously adapt styles, production & function to create clothing designed for regular wear with optimised fit.
Founded in 1995 as the final members of the Osaka 5. Created by former Evisu and Full Count employees, twin brothers Kenji and Kenichi Shiotani, Warehouse is known for their meticulous detail and considered construction.
Wellema Hats are known around the world for their integrity, durability, and detailed craftsmanship. Each hat is handmade at in north Los Angeles, in the neighborhood of Altadena, CA.
Originally founded in Chicago Illinois, Yankshire began making extremely high quality workwear in the late 1800s. Known for their 'Big Yank' Denim and Outwear, blending the best of Japanese manufacturing with American heritage.