HRH The Prince of Wales bestows Royal Warrant on iconic Highland Tailoring and Countrywear Business - Campbell’s of Beauly

One of the oldest established tailoring specialists in the Highlands, Campbells of Beauly, established in 1858, have been granted the Royal Warrant to HRH The Prince of Wales as tailors and tweed mercers. 

The workshop in Beauly has been manufacturing it’s bespoke sporting tweeds and Highland dress on site in Beauly since 1858, and the company has held previous Royal Warrants since the 1960’s. In particular those for the late HRH The Prince of Wales (later The Duke of Windsor) as well as HRH Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. In 2017 the Highland business was granted the Royal Warrant to HM The Queen for their tailoring services. 

The grantee, Mr John Sugden, has worked in the industry for over 20 years and says: "Nicola and I are absolutely delighted to receive this wonderful accolade. It is testament to a collective effort by all the team here at Campbell's. We have worked with HRH over the last few years on various bespoke projects, and this award is the culmination of those endeavours, and a great recognition for all those involved". 

As well as a thriving tailoring workshop the business boasts a unique retail emporium specialising in knitwear and tweed garments, many of which are made in Scotland and the UK.

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