Mayfair, Central London.
An English tailor’s shop, the street where the Beatles held their last concert on the roof of a building. Our Savile Row cellulose is a special cardboard paper, made of FSC® certified and 40% textile fibres and cotton, to give a true, plain and pinstripe tweed effect.
English tailoring’s famous fabrics live on today, on paper, thanks to a special patented technology. Simply elegant.
Find SAVILE ROW on pages 347, 357, 383 of PaperBox, volume UNCOATED COLOURS.
Savile Row Pinstripe
Savile Row Plain
Savile Row Tweed
Savile Row is a range of uncoated papers and boards with a fabric effect named after the famopus London street home to some of the finest tailors in the world. It is made using 60% E.C.F (Elemental Chlorine Free) wood-free pulp, 20% cotton fibre and 20% textile fibre and it is FSC® certified. The range is divided into three versions produced using technolgically advanced solutions: Plain, characterised by a slightly rough surface and available in six colours. Tweed: embossed to reproduce the iconic pattern and available in seven colors. Pinstripe: the pinstripe effect is generated on the paper machine using special patented technology: combining elegance with technical-functional characteristicsa, these papers are ideal for deluxe publishing, commercial and stationery projects. They are held in very high regard in the fashion industry.