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About Us

Peter Millar was founded in 2001 with a single cashmere sweater. Through this initial garment, an ethos emerged to embody luxury, elegance and a dedication to superior craftsmanship. 

Today the brand has grown to include luxury performance sportswear, seasonal resort apparel, refined tailored clothing, and sartorial accessories. Each offering features the finest raw materials and fabric innovations while utilizing the world’s best yarn spinners, artisanal workshops and highly specialized factories. Peter Millar clothes and accessories are available online and in specialty retail stores and the most prestigious resorts. Our global distribution includes North America, Europe, Asia, Australia and the South Pacific.

Peter Millar is headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina with a distribution center in Durham, North Carolina.

The Philosophy

We are inspired to live every day with style and substance, through innovative design, exceptional customer service and an unwavering dedication to world-class craftsmanship. 

"Setting the Standard” 

"Setting the Standard” is not just a statement at Peter Millar. It is a culture in which we hold each member of our company accountable for bringing sophistication, elegance, and timelessness to the products we design and distribute. We strive to “Set the Standard” in Corporate Responsibility by maintaining an open door policy with all employees and providing clear guidelines to our vendors through our Vendor Compliance Program. Peter Millar vendors must treat their employees in a legal, ethical and equitable manner. 

Peter Millar seeks to do business with vendors who comply with the laws of the United States, as well as the countries in which Peter Millar products are produced. In addition, we expect all vendors to comply with the Code of Conduct and Labor Standard (“the Code”), as stated in our Vendor Compliance Manual. Any violation of these laws or the Code may be viewed as a breach of the Vendor Compliance Contract and could lead to the termination of the business relationship between Peter Millar and the vendor.