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The Early Years 1860 – 1918

Thomas A Hill founded Sunspel in 1860. His revolutionary idea to make simple, everyday clothing from beautiful fabrics soon established Sunspel as a pioneer in British craftsmanship. It was a time of invention and radical change – making underwear from soft, lightweight Egyptian cotton instead of traditional wool, importing and exporting all over the world, developing the world’s first t-shirts as we know them today and radically changing how women were perceived in the workplace as they replaced the conscripted men during the war years.

The Early Years 1860 – 1918

Thomas A Hill founded Sunspel in 1860. His revolutionary idea to make simple, everyday clothing from beautiful fabrics soon established Sunspel as a pioneer in British craftsmanship. It was a time of invention and radical change – making underwear from soft, lightweight Egyptian cotton instead of traditional wool, importing and exporting all over the world, developing the world’s first t-shirts as we know them today and radically changing how women were perceived in the workplace as they replaced the conscripted men during the war years.

The Early Years 1860 – 1918

Thomas A Hill founded Sunspel in 1860. His revolutionary idea to make simple, everyday clothing from beautiful fabrics soon established Sunspel as a pioneer in British craftsmanship. It was a time of invention and radical change – making underwear from soft, lightweight Egyptian cotton instead of traditional wool, importing and exporting all over the world, developing the world’s first t-shirts as we know them today and radically changing how women were perceived in the workplace as they replaced the conscripted men during the war years.

The Early Years 1860 – 1918

Thomas A Hill founded Sunspel in 1860. His revolutionary idea to make simple, everyday clothing from beautiful fabrics soon established Sunspel as a pioneer in British craftsmanship. It was a time of invention and radical change – making underwear from soft, lightweight Egyptian cotton instead of traditional wool, importing and exporting all over the world, developing the world’s first t-shirts as we know them today and radically changing how women were perceived in the workplace as they replaced the conscripted men during the war years.