Scabal is a Belgian textile company founded in 1938 by Otto Hertz as a cloth merchant and supplier of fabrics.[1] "Scabal" is an acronym for Société Commerciale Anglo Belgo Allemande Luxembourgeoise.[1]

Its headquarters are in Brussels and it now operates as a manufacturer and retailer of men's suits, jackets and shirts, as well as producing fabrics for tailors and the textile business.[1] Most of Scabal’s cloth is woven at its heritage mill in Huddersfield, England.[2]

Scabal stores are located in London, Paris, Brussels, Geneva, Kiev, Baku, Beijing, and Moscow.[3]

Marlon Brando wore Scabal in The Godfather, and Robert De Niro wore Scabal suits in Casino.

See also


  1. 1 2 3 "History - World of Scabal". Retrieved 11 December 2015.
  2. Heritage
  3. Scabal stores

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