The Finnieston Story
Finnieston Clothing was established in 2017 to fill a gap in market for a luxury Scottish brand that had a contemporary and dynamic feel without a compromise on quality.
Utilising local suppliers and craftspeople, from Robert Mackies in Stewarton who manufacture the lambswool accessories to Halley Stevensons in Dundee who supply the dry wax cotton fabric used in the Stobcross Jacket, Finnieston garments have been made to the highest standards and, like its namesake area, the capsule collection of items Finnieston launches with in 2018 is small but mighty.
From the 2-ply Mongolian cashmere to the lambswool knitwear from Hawick, spun by one of the industry’s oldest spinners, every supplier, material and manufacturer that has been involved with bringing Finnieston to market has been vetted carefully to ensure Finnieston customers get only the best of the best.
With the quality assured, the cuts and colours of the garments are modern and vibrant, giving Finnieston it’s unique place in the luxury market amongst more heritage styles.
The artistic feel of the Finnieston area inspired the Finnieston x James Klinge collaboration, which was personally pursued by the Finnieston founder himself after he had seen a piece of Klinge’s street art, the iconic ‘Tiger Style’ mural on the Clydeside walk way. We are very proud that our new Glasgow brand can launch with a collaboration with such a respected figure in the Scottish art scene, and intend to take the spirit of community and collaboration forward by working with a different artist each year.
We look forward to shipping pieces of our uniquely Glasgow brand to discerning customers worldwide from A/W 2018 onwards.