By the 1920s, Holloway Brothers were producing 20,000 garments per week. These were marketed from the company's London offices under the name Regency Clothing. Included were suits, trousers, overcoats, jackets, shirts and pyjamas. Major buyers included large clothing retailers such as Montague Burton, G.A. Dunn and Harrods.
Many types of uniforms were also made for the services, schools and other institutions. Specialised garments like alpaca jackets, ski suits, Bermuda shorts and tropical outfits were produced for export. Holloway Brothers were taken over by E.M. Hammersley in 1963, but closed in 1975.
Did you know..... the school uniforms for the St Trinian's films were commissioned from Holloway Brothers!