In 1899, two young entrepreneurs named Jacob Freeman and Jeremiah Hickey built it in the early years of the 20th century. Their plan was to bring high-quality hand-tailoring to men from coast to coast. As they envisioned it, a Hickey Freeman suit would be a testament to both the delicate artistry of hand-craftsmanship and the steady consistency of modern technology.
Their idea turned into an epic American success story. Men of style and achievement have, for generation after generation, turned to Hickey Freeman for authenticity and quality, elegance and innovation. They still do.
Hickey Freeman clothing, after 119 years, is still made in Rochester, NY. The style of Hickey is very much a traditonal, American silhouette, with modern influences and an outstanding fabric selection from the finest mills in the world.