In 1920 Mansour Farah and his wife began making shirts under the name ‘Farah’ in Texas. By the 1930s, the company was growing and they’d expanded to denim and other general work wear.
Islington rude boy twins and rockabilly style icons, Chuka and Dubem, really brought Farah to the attention of younger generations in Britain. Often spotted out in Farah – particularly the hopsack trouser. This reaffirmed Farah’s status as a staple among the rockabilly, mod and skinhead scene of the time.