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From modest beginnings in 1880 and through the changing face of fashion, Hardwick Clothes continues to prevail as the oldest, privately-held apparel manufacturer in America.


Theres No Wick Like a Hardwick

July 23, 2014

Hardwick Clothes has been adorning the Southern gentleman with the subtleties of refined taste for more than 130 years. In 1880, the respectable, southern gentleman could be seen with his grandfather's pocket watch in his hand and a Hardwick cuff on his wrist. Many things have changed in the past century and a half, but the word gentleman still brings to mind men of respect, reputation, and regal character. Taste is the mark of the gentleman, and his reputation is preserved by a creative conservatism that tethers him to his ancestors and ensures his relevance for the future. Hardwick has been through two fires, two World Wars, the Great Depression, and leisure suits. As an American company that designs, sews, and... Continue Reading →

Hardwick’s 134th Anniversary - Founding Fine Taste

July 22, 2014

In 1880, America was rebuilding herself after the War Between the States ripped through counties and homes. Hardwick Clothes, sewn in the reconstructed South, gave many American men something tasteful to wear as they refashioned their lives and their fortunes. Hardwick began sewing its clothing in 1880 in Cleveland, TN, USA. America was a very different place 134 years ago. Sewing machines were used to sew flags with 38 stars in those days, and that is the flag that billowed above Hardwick Clothes when it made its first blazer. On July 28, 2014, the 1880 American flag will be hoisted up the flagpole outside Hardwick to celebrate its 134th birthday. 134 years ago, the winds of reconstruction and changing fortune... Continue Reading →