Johnstons of Elgin

Alexander Johnston founded Johnstons of Elgin in 1797 and the family-run business quickly became a leader in the wool industry, pioneering the weaving of vicuña and cashmere in Scotland. The label expanded into knitwear in the 1970s and today, Johnstons of Elgin continues to be driven by tradition, staying true to its rich heritage. They work with the world's finest fibres, creating unique designs using cutting edge technology. From self-coloured wardrobe staples to heritage checks and contemporary patterns, a Johnstons of Elgin cashmere scarf or stole is a year-round must-have.
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