Limited in production & created according to time-honoured principles of sartorial craft, our Ltd. Ed. collection is the apex of M.J. Bale.
Owned by LVMH, Loro Piana textile mill is recognised as one of the world’s leading weavers of luxury cloth. Based in Quarona in the northern Italian Alps, Loro Piana directly controls every stage of cloth production – from the collection of the natural fibres to the weaving of the precious fabric – to ensure exacting standards.
M.J. Bale favours Loro Piana’s wool-silk-linen fabrics for use in our collection. A noble trilogy of natural fibres, this sumptuous blend lends itself to fantastic trans-seasonal jackets built for the Australian climate.
E. Thomas fabrics are extremely fine, starting with Super 120s fabrics and going as delicate as delicate Super 170s. The company, run by four generations by the Ronchi family, say they concentrate on two sole objectives: "high quality and constant creative effort, rigorously made in Italy."
Created in the iconic colours of Portofino – Mediterranean green, burnt orange and cherry-red – the Carbone is woven in Biella into a wool-silk-linen melange twill. They are a dapper, lightweight wear, here to add a touch of class to your summer style. Andiamo, ragazzi.
Woven in Italy from a featherweight linen-cotton blend, these vintage-inspired velvet jackets are a maverick style play, particularly for event dressing. The velvet blazers are often paired with our black Saunders wool trousers, crisp shirt and bow tie for big-end-of-town events, while the black velvet jacket is a popular black tie option.