The Escorial difference is in the heart of the fibre, performing as a naturally coiled spring with remarkable resistance to compression. It is this elastic characteristic that delivers comfort, performance and provides an exceptional wearing experience. 

In the fourteenth century, Spanish royalty took possession of a unique flock of sheep originating from the Mahgreb in North Africa. This flock became known as the Escorial flock, when in the sixteenth century King Phillip Il built the Escorial palace overlooking plains near Madrid.  It was here these small sheep were nurtured and protected, to provide soft fleeces for the most exquisite cloth of this era. 

The Escorial name and trademark stands for sustainability and authenticity. A guarantee that a fabric or garment carrying the Escorial name is traceable to its origin, is naturally grown, adheres to excellence in animal welfare and comes from a quality-controlled source of supply of integrity and provenance.  

The high level of attention to detail performed in every stage of the production process, enables Escorial to create a fabric that is incomparable in drape and resilience with a distinctive soft handle. The suppleness and fluidity of the Escorial fabric delivers a garment of comfort and performance. Timeless luxury that lasts.

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