• THE STORY OF TOOLS

    After recording the endeavours of some of the world’s most inspiring, committed and accomplished craftspeople Hole & Corner was compelled to record the unsung heroes of each one of these stories, the humble tool; the great facilitator of human inspiration and a product of human ingenuity.
  • MAKING THE: SUMMER SHIRTS

    In 2017 we renovated part of our factory building in Manchester and launched a Shirting Factory, which also acts a training academy for new staff. As summer approaches we are excited to announce a range of new fabrics and styles in our shirt collection, including cotton sateen and linen, and shorter sleeve lengths, perfect for the warmer months.
  • BEING TRANSPARENT IN AN AGE OF EXCESS

    Almost twelve months ago I pledged, quite publicly, that we were going to shy away from conventional retailing, embrace price transparency and staunchly continue to develop and grow our own factory nestled in the heart of Manchester.
  • THE ENTREPRENEURS: JAMES EDEN, PRIVATE WHITE V.C.

    Monocle interviewed our Founder and CEO, James Eden, for 'The Entrepreneurs'; their podcast series focusing on innovative business and inspiring start-ups.
  • BE THE FACE OF P.W.V.C.

    Could you be one of Private White V.C.’s models? We are looking for up to 6 new faces between ages 25 - 65 to represent us in future campaigns.
  • MAKING THE: LORO PIANA TRAVEL BLAZER

    Sneak preview: behind the scenes with our highly skilled workforce during the making of our new LORO PIANA ® COLLECTION. The collection will be available to order after Easter and includes Cashmere Shackets, a new Blazer and Macs made from the revolutionary 100% waterproof, breathable and wind-resistant Loro Piana® Storm System®.
  • NEW WORLD: DISCOVERING FROBISHER | PWVC Journal

    Our new launch, the Ventile® Frobisher lets you take comfort from winter’s extremes. Created in close collaboration with Canadian men’s retailer The Helm, it is engineered to endure the harshest of winter conditions: a coat as comforting in Greenland as it is in green parks.
  • BBC - UK COTTON BACK IN PRODUCTION IN MANCHESTER

    Long before Manchester had football, it had cotton. The city and surrounding region was built on the success of spinning and sewing during the industrial revolution, giving rise to its catchy nickname, Cottonopolis. But as production slowed, moved off shore and we began to import, the beautiful red brick mills in the North West fell silent. Now, ending a 40-year...

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