Haspel Releases Limited-Edition Archival Collection
NEW ORLEANS (press release) – Haspel Clothing, the originator of the seersucker suit, delved into its archives to create a limited-edition tailored clothing and shirt collection to commemorate its 110th anniversary. The renowned brand, owned and operated by the Haspel family for four generations, landed on five distinct, heritage-inflected silhouettes—all crafted in vintage-style, tea-stained seersucker fabrics. In concert with this momentous anniversary, only 110 suits will be produced in each of the five models. Each suit will be numbered and feature a vintage Haspel label not used in decades by the brand.
“One hundred and ten years in business is an extraordinary accomplishment,” says Haspel CEO, and fourth-generation owner Laurie Haspel Aronson. “We spent a lot of time thinking about how to celebrate this very important milestone. We ultimately decided on this limited-edition capsule collection to pay tribute to our rich brand history. It is also a great way to remake some of our classic silhouettes and update them in a new, modern way.”
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Founded in New Orleans in 1909, Haspel has been making guys look great for 110 years. Famously known for inventing the seersucker suit as a way of standing up to the New Orleans heat, the brand has become synonymous with summertime soirées. Their new formal wear capsule collection includes some really great pieces just in time for the holiday party circuit. Not to be missed is the navy seersucker tux, white dinner jacket and blackwatch pants. Check out the full collection here.