Hardwick Clothes

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Supplier Category: FashionSupplier Tags: Blazers, Formal Wear, Suit Separates, Suits, and Women's Blazers

  • Profile
    Manufacturer of men’s and women’s clothing. Products include men’s and women’s blazers, sports coats, suits, tuxedo pants, dinner jackets, tuxedo jackets. Made in the U.S.A.Hardwick founder and namesake C.L. Hardwick files for the company charter, in Cleveland, Tennessee, and along with his four business partners establishes the woolen mill that would go on to become America’s oldest continuously operating Made in America clothing company.
    After nearly five years of expansive growth, including the addition of a second factory building, the first of four eventual factory fires nearly decimates the entirety of the manufacturing facility of the original woolen mill. Despite these challenges, these events galvanize both C.L. Hardwick’s commitment to manufacturing in the South, and the Cleveland community’s connection to the Hardwick organization. It is this two-way commitment that defines ‘The City with Spirit’ to this day.Transitioning from strictly a woolen mill to a vertically integrated manufacturer of garments, including a name change from Cleveland Woolen Mills to Hardwick Woolen Mills in early 1925, Hardwick evolved at a crucial time in the history of our country. Diversified product offerings, including the initial entree of the ‘sport coat’ into the American style lexicon, and the inherent cost-controlling benefits of manufacturing ones own fabrics, allowed Hardwick to survive the Great Depression, and emerge as a new company with a growing, consumer-based focus, at a time when men’s tailored clothing was both growing and expanding.
    Source – https://hardwick.com
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