In the late 18th century, Thomas Mason was one of the leading figures of the English textile industry. He founded in Leeds one of the first factories to manufacture cotton shirt fabric. In 1992 Albini Group incorporated the English brand Thomas Mason and also it took possession of its archive, comprising 700 volumes.
Collection, Silverline and Goldline are the collection of the English brand Thomas Mason. The collection is constantly renewed; it is distinguished by its style and made with the very best Egyptian two-fold yarns.
The fabrics used by the London West-End shirtmakers for the aristocracy and the rich English bourgeoisie of the XIX Century. During the Victorian era they became a benchmark for male elegance. They are the favourite fabrics by the St. James and Jermyn st. shirtmakers, the beating heart area of London considered the world’s shirt capital.