When Henry Sands Brooks started his clothing emporium in New York City in 1818, he sought to provide quality offerings to customers “who seek and are capable of appreciating such merchandise.” Almost two centuries later, Brooks Brothers remains committed to its founder’s vision, dealing with clothing and accessories that are expertly crafted to our own exacting standards using the finest imported fabrics. At three domestic manufacturing facilities-owned and operated by Brooks Brothers-we safeguard our reputation for excellence through state-of-the-art technology and a skilled workforce. We’ve opened the door to these facilities in a series of videos that offer a glimpse into our legacy as both Makers and Merchants.
Our Southwick facility blends
old-world tailoring with the latest
advancements in technology.
Home to our shirting facility, this
small town crafts our Original Polo®
We craft our iconic neckwear
less than ten miles from our
Madison Avenue headquarters.
American manufacturing lives on
at our New York City tie factory
The Original Polo® Button-Down
Oxford returns home
Why we love this uniquely
American premium cotton