Throughout much of the 20th century cashmere was a luxurious, and relatively rare purchase; a precious garment that would be kept in the family for generations. But over the past twenty years or so, cashmere has become a lot more ubiquitous and a lot cheaper – this comes at a cost, not just to the quality of the garment, but also the environment. Read more about the impact that mass production of cheaper cashmere has had on the environment and what we and our partners are doing about it.
Our extra fine merino sport shirt is designed to be the ultimate all weather piece. It is ideal as a refined alternative to a t-shirt during the warmer months, but also acts as the perfect under layer when the weather turns cold, given its thermal properties. Find out more about the versatility of our sport shirt.
Our goal is to design and produce knitwear of the very highest quality by using the finest fibres and working with the most skilled knitters in the world. We believe the most sustainable production is making garments of the highest quality that last a lifetime. Find out more about how two made in Scotland sweaters from the 1970s that the founder Ronnie inherited from his father inspired Colhay's.
The traditional cricket sweater has been around for several decades and was hugely popular between the 1920s and 1950s. At Colhay’s we have our own reimagined modern version of this classic. Read more about how we designed our cricket sweater to incorporate traditional elements whilst updating certain features to create a contemporary, versatile piece.
The Colhay’s shawl coat is the ultimate winter warmer. Designed to be worn indoors as a comfortable robe or outdoors as smart-casual outerwear, it is made with layering and plenty of cosiness in mind. Despite its roomier fit, a slim silhouette can be achieved by overlapping the front panels by the desired amount and tying the belt. Learn more about the design of our shawl coat and why it will quickly become one of the most enduring and versatile pieces in your wardrobe.