Savile Rogue's woven scarves have been manufactured in the north of Scotland since 2006. Their cardboard gift boxes and other packaging is entirely manufactured in Middlesex. Their new clothing line will be manufactured in Leicestershire from British fabrics.
All of the world's cashmere wool is harvested from goats in Mongolia, Outer Mongolia (China) and Afghanistan. Savile Rogue scarves use Mongolian cashmere. The raw material is either shipped to Scotland or processed and knitted at source. All Savile Rogue packaging is made in England.