FILM

60th Anniversary Car Film

Added 08/08/2011

This 'Litchfield' Mens coat is a recreation of style and make from an Archive 1957 car coat in our Anniversary Check it is dedicated to Len Litchfield Gloverall Master Tailor & Pattern Cutter for over 40 years. The 'Freda' Ladies coat is a recreation of an Archive early 70's short Duffle also in our Anniversary Check named after Freda Morris who came up with name 'Gloverall' by putting together the words Glove & Overall.

60th Anniversary Short Length Film

Added 08/08/2011

Filmed in celebration of Gloveralls 60th Anniversary featuring Iconic Monty Duffles & Archive recreations. In 1951 Gloverall was founded from M & F Morris Industrial clothing company. The name was conceived from the words Gloves and Overalls. Morris's were approached by the MOD at the end of Korean War to dispose of surplus supplies of Duffle Coats. Gloverall of London were the first clothiers to make the traditional Military and Naval Duffle coats available to civilians. Gloverall created what is known as todays Duffle, with a check back double faced fabric, Buffalo horn toggles and leather fastenings. Many companies try to emulate but there is only one and that is the 'Original Gloverall Duffle'.

60th Anniversary Full Length Film

Added 08/08/2011

Filmed in celebration of Gloveralls 60th Anniversary featuring Iconic Monty Duffles & Archive recreations. In 1951 Gloverall was founded from M & F Morris Industrial clothing company. The name was conceived from the words Gloves and Overalls. Morris's were approached by the MOD at the end of Korean War to dispose of surplus supplies of Duffle Coats. Gloverall of London were the first clothiers to make the traditional Military and Naval Duffle coats available to civilians. Gloverall created what is known as todays Duffle, with a check back double faced fabric, Buffalo horn toggles and leather fastenings. Many companies try to emulate but there is only one and that is the 'Original Gloverall Duffle'.