In 1880, Lewis Tomalin, Robert Sankey and Ferinand Heinrich Ihlee founded Dr Jaeger's Sanitary Woollen System Co. Ltd.
Embracing the theory behind Dr. Gustav Jaeger's book of using animal hair in clothing; Tomalin, Sankey and Ihlee began producing woollen garments.
Jaeger was awarded the gold medal at the International Health Exhibition.
In 1885, Jaeger opened its first retail store on Princes Street, West London - shortly followed by Australia in 1890.
By 1900, Jaeger had expanded at an unimaginable speed, with the company having opened twenty UK stores, and in 1940 its first retail branches opened in Canada.
1935 - Jaeger opened its flagship Regent Street store.
1984 - to celebrate its centenary year, Jaeger paraded camels down Regent Street - marking its anniversary with a parade of one of its most iconic pieces of clothing.
London Fashion Week
2008 - Jaeger showcased its collection at London fashion week, allowing the brand to reveal the collection inspired by its rich heritage of impeccable tailoring, strong patterns and luxurious materials.