Back in 1920 Lebanese immigrant Mansour Farah arrived in El Paso with his wife as a dry goods merchant. He and his wife soon started producing durable clothing for the local workers and large mail order chains. As Farah expanded, the signature pressed slacks were developed from hopsack canvas that made Farah successful.
Today Farah is a fashion forward vintage inspired line that takes influence from the subcultures of the 70s and 80s that cemented it’s place in history. The Farah 1920s brand is a nod to Mansour Farah’s El Paso roots. The collections have a distinct workwear theme, with long sleeved polos adorned with pen pockets and sturdy button up shirts. As always, these shirts feature the iconic Farah F tab.
Farah have almost 100 years of experience in the trade, and just like Psyche, Farah provide some of the best quality menswear around. Today Farah 1920 is constantly seeking to improve it’s lines, with each instalment offering a fine range of shirts, jackets, polo shirts and shorts amongst other sought after lines.