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Brooks Brothers Debuts New Tartan, Opens Highland Dress Store

Brooks Brothers, New York City, has launched a new signature tartan and, in partnership with Royal Warrant kilt maker Kinloch Anderson, Scotland, opened a Highland Dress Store at its Manhattan flagship store.

Brooks Brothers' relationship with Scottish knitwear and fabric makers dates back to the 1850s. It will offer its new tartan — designed by Scottish Tartans Authority Director Brian Wilton using elements of the traditional 1819 Campbell tartan and the Brooks Brothers No 1 Repp Stripe — in a collection of men's and women's knitted and woven clothing, accessories and other articles created in partnership with several Scottish mills as well as the Scottish Tartans Authority. The initiative also received support from Scottish Enterprise and Scottish Development International.

Discussions are underway to expand the Highland Dress Store concept to other Brooks Brothers stores both in the United States and abroad.

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Kinloch Anderson’s Highland Dress Store at Brooks Brothers’ Manhattan flagship store

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