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Everything you wanted to know about bespoke (but were too afraid to ask).
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  • H.Huntsman & Sons, 11 Savile Row, London W1S 3PS, England, U.K.
  • H.Huntsman & Sons, 11 Savile Row, London W1S 3PS, England, U.K.
  • Dege & Skinner, 10 Savile Row, London W1S 3PF, England, U.K.
  • Bernard Weatherill, 8 Savile Row, London W1S 3PE, England, U.K.
  • Ozwald Boateng's Flagship Store, 30 Savile Row, London W1S 3PT, England, U.K. Coined the term bespoke couturier.
  • Gieves & Hawkes, 1 Savile Row, London W1S 3JR, England, U.K.
  • Kilgour, 8 Savile Row, London W1S 3PE, England, U.K.
  • Anderson & Sheppard, 32 Old Burlington Street, London W1S 3AT, England, U.K.
  • Timothy Everest's Spitalfields atelier, 32 Elder Street, London E1 6NH, England, U.K.

60 Best High-End Tailors On Savile Row & In London

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    "Being perfectly well-dressed gives one a tranquillity that no religion can bestow." - Ralph Waldo Emerson.

    SAVILE ROW is a shopping street in Mayfair, central London, famous for its traditional men's bespoke tailoring. The term "bespoke" is understood to have originated in Savile Row when cloth for a suit was said to "be spoken for" by individual customers. The short street is termed the "golden mile of tailoring", where customers have included Winston Churchill, Lord Nelson and Napoleon III. Savile Row runs parallel to Regent Street between Conduit Street at the northern end and Vigo Street at the southern. Linking roads include Burlington Place, Clifford Street and Burlington Gardens. Savile Row was built between 1731 and 1735 as part of the development of the Burlington Estate, and is named after Lady Dorothy Savile, wife of the 3rd Earl of Burlington. It originally ran from Burlington Gardens (then Vigo Lane) to Boyle Street, with houses only on the east side, but in 1937-8 it extended to Conduit Street, and in the 19th century houses were built on the west side.

    During the 19th century, the gentry became concerned with neat dress, and Beau Brummell epitomised the well-dressed man. He patronised the tailors congregated on the Burlington Estate, notably around Cork Street, and by 1803 some were occupying premises in Savile Row. None of those original tailors survive today. In 1846, Henry Poole is credited as being the 'Founder of Savile Row' after opening a second entrance to his late father's tailoring premises at No. 32 Savile Row; however, there were tailors on the Row long before Poole's. In 1969, Nutters of Savile Row modernised the style and approach of the traditional tailors; a modernisation which continued in the 1990s with the arrival of designers like Richard James, Ozwald Boateng and Timothy Everest.

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    • 3 Different Types Of Suits | Off The Rack, Made To Measure, Bespoke - He Spoke Style. YouTube 10:54.
    • Duke of Edinburgh's classic sartorial legacy - "Throughout his life, the late Prince Philip proved to be a master of quintessentially British dress codes."
    • Everything you wanted to know about bespoke (but were too afraid to ask) - Daily Mail.
    • GQ.com (UK) Savile Row guide - top bespoke suit tailors.
    • Hollywood’s obsession with suits as status symbols - "In spy films such as Bond, Kingsman and Tenet, the real code you have to crack is a sartorial one."
    • Huddersfield Cloth - "Cloth Merchants of Luxury Fine English Cloth to Fine Tailors Worldwide."
    • New Management Settles in at Huntsman, the Pride of London’s Savile Row - The New York Times.
    • SAVILE ROW - "Golden mile of tailoring".
    • SAVILE ROW BESPOKE ASSOCIATION - "Unites the founding fathers of the Row with the New Establishment tailors to protect and develop a craft practiced in this elite quarter of Mayfair for over two centuries."
    • SAVILE ROW STYLE MAGAZINE - "For Men Who Know Best."
    • Savile Row suits & sporting panache: the secrets of Prince Philip's style - The Telegraph.
    • Savile Row tailoring - Wikipedia.
    • Savile Row's Best Bespoke Suit Tailors - Elegant-Lifestyle.com.
    • Sprezzatura - What It is, DOs & DON’Ts - "In the age of the iGent and Pitti Uomo, the casual elegance known as sprezzatura has become the Holy Grail for stylish men. But can the pursuit of casual elegance go too far and become simply outlandish? In this article, we’ll explore the limits of sprezzatura."
    • The birth of the Conduit Cut - "The hourglass shape created by Anthony Sinclair suited the athletic physiques of the military men. It was a style distinctly at odds with the boxy, double-breasted suits popular at the time, and became fondly referred to as the “Conduit Cut”, after Sinclair’s Mayfair premises at 29 Conduit Street."
    • The evolution of men’s suits - The Guardian.
    • The GQ Savile Row Guide - GQ Magazine.
    • Top 7 Tailoring Tips for Menswear - Advice on Alterations - "The best kind of suit is a well-fitting one. Even if you know your measurements, however, not every off-the-rack or made-to-measure garment will fit perfectly. But what’s the best way to make sure you’re getting the most out of your alterations? Today, we’ve rounded up 7 essential tips to guide you in getting your suit perfectly tailored."
    • Top 10 most expensive suits in the world - Be Global Fashion Network.
    • Tweed - Wikipedia.
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    • ALEXANDER AMOSU - "King of Bling Bling". Creator of the world's most expensive suit: £70,000. See YOU TUBE VIDEO.
    • Alfred Dunhill Bespoke & Made To Measure.
    • Alfred Dunhill BESPOKE & MADE TO MEASURE - "Our Made to Measure and Bespoke services epitomise our meticulous, design-led approach. Where contemporary British craftsmanship and artisan skill are combined to create unique pieces perfectly tailored to our clients." Bespoke at Alfred Dunhill, 2 Davies Street, Mayfair.
    • Anderson & Sheppard, 32 Old Burlington Street.
    • ANDERSON & SHEPPARD - "Savile Row Bespoke Tailors since 1906." Bespoke tailor on Savile Row, London, established in the Row itself in 1906. Its bespoke tailoring shop is in Old Burlington Street, whence it moved in 2005. It also sells ready-made menswear from its old school style 'haberdashery' shop premises in nearby Clifford Street, as well as online. Former devotees have included Fred Astaire, Gary Cooper, Noël Coward, and Bryan Ferry. Anderson & Sheppard kept Prince Charles in double breasted suits for years. In 2004, Tom Ford became a customer of the firm, commissioning suits that would later appear in a W magazine photo shoot.
    • ANTHONY SINCLAIR - "James Bond’s original tailor and creator of the Conduit Cut." The production of genuine bespoke hand-tailored clothing remains the core activity of the company with highly skilled artisans employing techniques of craftsmanship that have evolved over centuries and remained unchanged since Sinclair's earliest days. In the late 1950's from his bespoke tailoring premises on Conduit Street in Mayfair, Anthony Sinclair created a classic, pared down shape, which became known as the Conduit Cut." When Sinclair retired in 1982, his shears were handed down to his apprentice, Richard W. Paine, who continues to work for the company today, maintaining the standard of exemplary quality and style set by the master. No. 6 Sackville Street, Mayfair.
    • AQUASCUTUM - since 1851. Personal tailoring. "Understated British elegance."
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    • Benson & Clegg's head cutter Tony Martin with bespoke suit jackets.
    • BENSON & CLEGG - since 1937. "London Bespoke." Our team of cutters and tailors are based on site at our premises of 9 Piccadilly Arcade, which means that you have the satisfaction of a garment entirely made in England, hand cut and handmade at our London premises. Our head cutter drafts your unique pattern, with at least three fittings. The Benson & Clegg ‘House Cut’ is a traditional three piece suit fitting the contours of the body perfectly. Our house style has a clean square shoulder line and a shape that is cut to accentuate the waist and hug the hips. The trousers are an English cut made to be practical and comfortable, but always with style in mind. 9 Piccadilly Arcade, Jermyn Street, London.
    • Sean Connery being fitted for his James Bond suit at Benson, Perry & Whitley, 9 Cork Street, London W1, England, U.K.
    • Benson, Perry & Whitley - James Bond-author Ian Fleming's preferred off-Savile Row tailor. His suits cost 58 guineas in the early 1950s (about £1,330 today) and came with distinctive features such as turn-back cuffs. 9 Cork Street, London W1 (now defunct).
    • Bernard Weatherill, 5 Savile Row.
    • Bernard Weatherill - founded in 1910. "Bernard Weatherill Savile Row has over 100 years experience in bespoke made to measure and ready to wear tailoring clothing and accessories." 5 Savile Row.
    • BYRNE & BURGE - "Byrne & Burge is a bespoke tailoring house founded in 2007 by Joshua Byrne & Emmeline Burge, located in Mayfair. They have a simple ethos; to revive Savile Row tailoring and celebrate English elegance, with a foundation laid through years of apprenticeship and experience gained on Savile Row" 11 St. George Street.
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    • Cad & The Dandy, 12 Savile Row.
    • CAD & THE DANDY - "Since founding the company in 2008, James Sleater and Ian Meiers have garnered a loyal following as a disruptor to the old world of Savile Row tailoring, with shops in London, New York and Stockholm. Cad has an uncompromising approach to craft and hand skills with a house style more fitted and elegant than traditional Savile Row. Making both formal and casual tailored clothing for the man that is equally at home in our clothes, both at work and play." Offer traditional tailoring methods at a lower price to the more traditional Savile Row houses. 12 Savile Row.
    • CANALI - since 1934. "Made To Measure." Su Misura is a service designed and developed with the aim of creating unique, exclusive garments featuring tailored elements and details entirely chosen by the customer. Canali specialists advise in the selection of model, fit, materials, as well as numerous style details for suits jackets, trousers, coats, shirts and sweaters. The end result is a Su Misura garment, entirely crafted in Italy, which perfectly reflects the unmistakable style of those who choose it and wear it. 64 New Bond Street.
    • Casely-Hayford - since 2009. "Entirely cut and made by hand in our London atelier, our men’s bespoke suit process provides limitless possibilities. We cut each garment to your exact specifications. Every suit is drafted from a paper pattern allowing us to create and innovate in making you a tailor-made garment that is free from limitations of a pre-determined block, cut or style – we pride ourselves on providing expert guidance in terms of styling, fit and cloth to best suit each client’s needs, with a focus on a warm and insightful service. The Casely-Hayford bespoke experience is about creating garments that are truly representative of each individual client and their identity." 3 Chiltern Street, London.
    • CHARLIE ALLEN - established 1984. "Bespoke Tailoring | Made To Measure." 1 Coopers Yard, 181 Upper St.
    • Chittleborough & Morgan, 12 Savile Row.
    • Chittleborough & Morgan - established 1969. "Savile Row Master Tailors." Chittleborough & Morgan offer the highest standards of traditional Savile Row bespoke tailoring. There is no ready-to-wear or made-to-measure, every garment created by Chittleborough & Morgan is unique and handmade with exceptional quality. 12 Savile Row.
    • COMELIE - "Stalwarts of ‘ethical bespoke’, Comelie was the first Savile Row bespoke tailor, to include corporate social responsibility, code of ethics & water stewardship within the mission & culture of the firm. Integrity, trust and being 'customer centric' are the ubiquitous values we represent as a luxury tailor. Our pursuit towards tailoring perfection is also on par to our watchful lens towards decreasing our carbon footprint & environmental impact in our own business processes & with our stakeholders. The Comelie silhouette is tailored closely to the contours of the body, creating a distinct style & elegant impression. The overall slim lines are achieved by crafting the jacket and trouser in beautiful synergy. To the unique proportions of our clients and with a perfect balance between fit & comfort." 9/10 Savile Row.
    • CROMBIE - "Timeless British menswear since 1805." Representing the very best in British craftsmanship, Crombie offers a luxury made-to-measure service, tailoring coats and suits to your exact requirements for the perfect fit. 48 Conduit St, Mayfair.
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    • DAKS TAILORING - founded in 1894. "Fitted To Perfection." At DAKS, our first - and most important principle - is our exacting service and customer care. We offer a full alteration and tailoring service in-store for most of our products (unfortunately, we cannot offer alterations on items such as accessories and shoes). All of our formalwear can be tailored to your precise measurements. In most circumstances, fittings and alternations can be carried out without any notice and at the time of purchase, however, if you'd prefer a specific time, then booking an appointment with one of our assistants is absolutely welcome." DAKS is a holder of 3 Royal Warrants; representing our long standing relationship with the Royal Family and the outstanding quality of our products. 10 Old Bond Street, Mayfair.
    • Dashing Tweeds - since 2006. "We now offer a made to measure service using any of our cloth designs for both men and women." A convenient and cheaper alternative to your tailor, we can make jackets, waistcoats, trousers and overcoats in any of our designs. This service allows you to design a classic single or double breasted look or even a dinner suit. The process is simple, come to our shop, try on one of our sample pieces for size and we will take your measurements for any adjustments required. Choose your Dashing cloth, lining and buttons and the jacket/ suit/ coat will be ready in 6 weeks, or we can offer an express service of 2.5 weeks at a premium price. 47 Dorset Street.
    • Davies & Son, 38 Savile Row, Mayfair, London W1S 3QE, U.K.
    • DAVIES & SON - established 1803. "Bespoke Tailoring." Davies & Son has the longest history of any independent Tailor on Savile Row. Established in 1803, we have since acquired the tailoring houses of Johns and Pegg, Fallan and Harvey, James and James, Wells of Mayfair to name but a few. Each one adding to our own knowledge, experience and history. In over two centuries of bespoke tailoring we have made garments for four Kings, seven Crown Princes, two US presidents and innumerable Knights of the Realm. Our Royal Warrant is held by Johns & Pegg by Appointment to HRH The Duke of Edinburgh as Military Tailors. Now one of only three purely bespoke houses on Savile Row and the only bespoke Tailor on the west side of the Row - Davies & Son is a piece of refined British history you'll want to be a part of. We will both advise and guide you through the entire process of bespoke tailoring; helping you to decide on cloth, style and personalised features. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail, quality and service. 38 Savile Row.
    • Dege & Skinner, 10 Savile Row, Mayfair, London, W1S 3PF, U.K.
    • DEGE & SKINNER - "Bespoke Tailoring." Established in 1865 and still impressing with our bespoke tailoring and shirt-making, Dege & Skinner is one of Savile Row’s finest bespoke tailors and shirt-makers. Recognised as one of the finest bespoke tailors of London's historic Savile Row, Dege & Skinner can make any garment, in any style, for anyone, anywhere in the world. Well known for our business suits, overcoats and professional attire, we're often asked to make more relaxed leisure clothing, as well as equestrian clothing like riding and hunting coats, and all manner of more unusual pieces, like opera capes and smoking jackets. 10 Savile Row.
    • DENMAN & GODDARD - established 1797. "Denman & Goddard Ltd. was founded in 1853 and was originally described as a “Tailors and Drapers”. The oldest part of the company Hicks & Sons was founded in 1797 and traded extensively in Canada and The United States of America before being incorporated into Denman & Goddard Ltd. during the latter part of the last century. With its long and strong connections with Eton College the world famous Public School, the company has numbered many famous people amongst its clients, particularly in the fields of politics and the professions. Royal Warrants were held for their Majesty’s King George V and King George VI for the provision of Livery to servants of The Royal Household. This company was responsible for the supply and maintenance of The Green Velvet Uniforms worn by the ceremonial gatekeepers of The Royal Enclosure at Royal Ascot Racecourse." 11 St George Street, Mayfair.
    • Steve McQueen’s legendary first suit worn as Thomas Crown is a medium gray three-piece with a muted Glen Plaid or 'Prince of Wales' check made by Douglas Hayward.
    • DOUGLAS HAYWARD - (1934-2008). English tailor, who dressed many famous people during the 1960s. The inspiration for customer Michael Caine's characterisation of his role in the 1966 film Alfie, he was also the model for client John Le Carré's Harry Pendel, aka The Tailor of Panama.
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    • E. Tautz & Sons - founded in 1867. Was a bespoke men's tailor and menswear line located at 249 Oxford Street in London. In 1968, the label was acquired by the Savile Row firm of Norton & Sons.
    • Ede & Ravenscroft, 8 Burlington Gardens, London W1S 3ET, U.K.
    • EDE & RAVENSCROFT - "The oldest tailors in London, established in 1689." Over three centuries, Ede & Ravenscroft has perfected the art of creating classic British suits and garments using the highest quality craftsmanship and the finest materials. The commission of a bespoke suit by Ede & Ravenscroft results in an exquisite piece of unique craftsmanship. With guidance from highly skilled cutters and tailors, the customer has complete control throughout all stages of design and development to apply individual characteristics that will create a distinctive and personal garment. We provide ceremonial robes for all occasions, dress the judiciary (including providing handmade wigs) and ensure that graduates from all over the world look their best at graduation ceremonies. Meticulous craftsmanship has rewarded the company with commissions from royalty to the judiciary. Tailors and robe makers of choice for twelve coronations. 8 Burlington Gardens.
    • EDWARD SEXTON - since 1969. "No bespoke tailor before or since Edward Sexton has captured such an extraordinary sense of the avant-garde in their work; of subtle sex-appeal, glamour, style or verve. It is this remarkable elegance that has attracted such a stellar cast of celebrity to Edward Sexton; Harry Styles, Mick & Bianca Jagger, Mark Ronson, Twiggy, Sir Hardy Amies, Sir Paul McCartney, Naomi Campbell, Annie Lennox and Justin De Villeneuve to name but a few high-profile clients. No other tailoring house can claim such a pedigree and Sexton’s half a century of experience in the world of luxury menswear lends the house today a uniquely instinctive and design-driven approach to bespoke tailoring, transcending Savile Row tradition." Bespoke Showroom: 26 Beauchamp Place, Knightsbridge.
    • English Cut London - established in 2001 by Savile Row tailor Thomas Mahon. "British Bespoke Tailoring Is Our Heritage." Bespoke tailoring is the origin of all modern suiting. A term derived before the mass production of garments, bespoke is a contraction ‘been spoken for’, signifying that a garment was entirely made to the client’s individual specifications. Our Bespoke experience begins with your personal Cutter who advises you on cloth selection and garment styling. Upon taking your measurements and final details, your Cutter will draft and cut your personal suiting pattern. Thereafter, a single specialised tailor completes your coat, trousers, and waistcoat. During this construction process your Cutter will oversee a series of personal fittings to ensure an exact fit. Your garment is then trimmed, finished and delivered to you for years of enjoyment. 58 Chiltern Street.
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    • The Duke of Windsor wearing the famous Frederick Scholte English Drape Cut.
    • Frederick Scholte - was the Duke of Windsor's (King Edward VIII's) tailor from 1919-1959. He trained the founders of Anderson & Sheppard, and was known for making the best shoulder on Savile Row, according to Richard Anderson.
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    • GARY ANDERSON - "Traveling Tailors." As one of the first of the new generation of tailors on Savile Row, Gary Anderson opened in 1998, having been established in 1958. Gary Anderson bespoke tailor is located in Mayfair, offering a huge selection of only the finest fabrics available, and an exclusive personal service. We are working by appointment only. We make arrangements to come to your preferred location. 34-35 Savile Row.
    • Gieves & Hawkes, 1 Savile Row.
    • GIEVES & HAWKES - founded in 1771. "A bespoke customer, whether visiting No.1 Savile Row with an introduction or through mere curiosity, is introduced to the cutters in the bespoke room where the foundations are laid for a relationship of trust between cutter and customer which may last for decades. The customer’s tastes, interests and lifestyle are discussed and a picture of the man and his requirements is formed, with the cut and fit of the garment built around his needs." James Watson Gieve, founded in 1785 and Thomas Hawkes, founded in 1771. Holds a number of Royal Warrants, presently covering all three British Royal Warrants (Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and HRH The Prince of Wales). Famous past and present customers include Prince William, Colin Firth, Robbie Williams, David Niven, Peter Sellers, Michael Jackson. 1 Savile Row.
    • GRESHAM BLAKE - founded in 2000. "Isn’t it great that with lockdown easing we can finally start planning our calendars again. Whether it’s a wedding, a party or a just well-earned get together. It will be such a relief to get back into our glad rags. Which is the perfect excuse to scope out our bespoke services, at Gresham Blake we offer a plethora of fabrics that will inspire the suavest of looks, guaranteed to have you looking and feeling your absolute best! Any clothing retailer can offer a suit that looks great off the peg. Yet, unless it’s designed to fit your exact measurements, it could end up both uncomfortable and unsightly once you try it on. That’s why it pays to invest in bespoke tailoring." 143 Commercial Street.
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    • HACKETT LONDON - "Personal Tailoring." If you're looking for a ready-to-wear suit that has the finishing touches to fit you like a glove, our personal tailoring service is just what you need. These suits are partially machine made and you have the options of half or full canvassed available with the Personal Tailoring service. This gives you the flexibility of the internal finish that you desire. The Personal Tailoring suits all follow our different cuts: classic Chelsea, Mayfair and City or the more modern Windsor and Belgravia cuts are now available. 87 Jermyn Street.
    • Hardy Amies, 14 Savile Row.
    • HARDY AMIES - established 1946. Famous customers include David Hockney, Prince Michael of Kent, Dermot O'Leary. When Amies retired in 2001 (and following his death shortly afterwards in 2003), the brand went into a slow decline eventually declaring bankruptcy in 2008. However, since being purchased by Fung Capital in 2009, Hardy Amies has been rebooted for a new generation of menswear fans. Perhaps the most significant evidence of this was with the the opening of a new flagship shop down the street at 8 Savile Row in 2014. 8 & 14 Savile Row.
    • HARVIE & HUDSON - "Harvie & Hudson the London based luxury shirt & tailoring retailer since 1949." Personal Tailoring from £1,200. We are proud to announce our latest service in our 97 Jermyn Street Store. We now offer a made to measure service on tailoring, so whether you are looking for a one piece, two or three piece suit, our experts are there to assist in creating tailoring pieces unique to you.
    • Henry Herbert, 5th Floor, 9-10 Savile Row.
    • HENRY HERBERT - established 2008. "Savile Row by Scooter." Whether you’re starting a brand new role or headed to the boardroom, never underestimate the power of a perfectly-proportioned suit. However, while you can get some great tailoring outside of the UK, unless you’re built to model-sized specifications, chances are that unless you meet your cutter in his workshop, the suit will always be a little off (trousers pooling down below, button pulling over your mid-section, sleeves slightly too long - sound familiar?). That’s why it’s time to get into Made in England bespoke suits. We know it is not always easy to make appointments in a busy work week and so, if you are looking for the finest bespoke suits and bespoke shirts, try our Savile Row by Scooter visiting tailor service. 5th Floor, 9-10 Savile Row.
    • Henry Poole & Co., 15 Savile Row, London W1S 3PJ, U.K.
    • HENRY POOLE & CO. - Savile Row’s longest-standing atelier established 1806. The acknowledged "Founders of Savile Row" and creators of the dinner suit. Every item is hand-made by a master craftsman at our Savile Row premises to the client’s individual pattern. Generations of the Poole family are proud to have been serving our customers since James Poole started stitching military uniforms during the Napoleonic Wars. His son, Henry Poole, is still seen as the founding figure of Savile Row around 200 years ago and we continue to offer a bespoke service, which we believe represents everything fine British tailoring is about. 15 Savile Row.
    • Huntsman, 11 Savile Row, Mayfair, London W1S 3PS, U.K.
    • HUNTSMAN - established 1849. "Experience for yourself the luxury of Savile Row tailoring. Handmade suits, with a tailored fit and feel that is incomparable to anything else you’ll wear. We make the world’s finest handcrafted clothes. Bespoke designs that you will love for a lifetime. Our extensive tailoring services celebrate the very best that the human hand can make and that money can buy. You can expect over 180 years of tailoring expertise, lovingly stitched in every bespoke garment. Our bespoke tailoring services start at £3500 for a two-piece bespoke suit. For the same cost as a regular made-to-measure service, you can now enjoy a fully bespoke experience from the legendary Savile Row tailoring house." A doyen of Savile Row with the reputation for the most expensive and exquisite, bespoke suits. Famous past and present customers include Charlie Watts, Bing Crosby, Dirk Bogarde, Gregory Peck, Rex Harrison, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. 11 Savile Row.
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    • JASPER LITTMAN - "Bespoke Savile Row Tailoring." At Jasper Littman we specialise creating bespoke and semi bespoke gentlemen’s suits – the personification of classic English elegance, and the ultimate garment to express style and individual personality. Our Savile Row suits are measured, fitted and delivered by our expert visiting tailors, and are created exclusively in England using the finest English fabrics. 9 Savile Row.
    • JOHN PEARSE - "London's funkiest tailor to the stars. An established landmark of Soho for over 25 years. Impeccable and exclusive." 6 Meard Street, Soho.
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    • KILGOUR - " Since opening its doors in 1880, Kilgour has been an exponent of the finest sartorial craftsmanship. Over the years, it has established itself as a tailor that embraces change. Its better-known clientele includes elegant dressers such as Cary Grant and Fred Astaire, and in more recent times, the likes of actors Jude Law and Daniel Craig, designer Karl Lagerfeld, architect David Adjaye and graphic designer Peter Saville." 5 Savile Row.
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    • Lutwychwe, 15 Clifford Street.
    • LUTWYCHE - since 2000. "Hand Tailored In England." 15 Clifford Street.
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    • Mark Powell Bespoke Tailoring - "Established in 1985, Mark Powell is one of London's most iconic and influential bespoke tailors." At the first meeting with Mark you will be measured and the design and fabric will be decided. The full process usually takes 6 to 8 weeks. Everything is hand crafted here in Soho using mainly English cloth. Prices start from £3,000 for a two piece suit and £3,700 for a three piece suit. Available for men and women. Renowned for his classically inspired tailoring, Mark Powell’s clothes have attained iconic status via a successful combination of bold, experimental cuts and historically-informed styling. 10 Newburgh St, Carnaby.
    • Maurice Sedwell, 19 Savile Row.
    • MAURICE SEDWELL - established 1938. "It is not just the perfect fitting of cloth to the body which is the hallmark of Maurice Sedwell - it is that indefinable element of style. Every suit is individually designed, hand cut and hand tailored to the highest standard attainable." Politicians, captains of industry, entertainers and international business people from all over the world make their way to Maurice Sedwell with the knowledge that they will be dressed to perfection. 19 Savile Row.
    • Meyer & Mortimer, 6 Sackville Street, Mayfair, London W1S 3DD.
    • MEYER & MORTIMER - "Meyer & Mortimer make beautiful clothes in the highest standards of Savile Row bespoke tailoring." The unfailing quality our work has won us the accolade of a Royal Warrant from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Every piece of bespoke tailoring that leaves the workshop is unique, having been measured, cut, sewn and finished by hand to each customer’s exact specifications using the finest cloths, linings, trimmings and buttons. Meyer & Mortimer is a founding member of the Savile Row Bespoke Association, which sets exacting rules for the tailoring elite of London’s historic Mayfair district. One of the oldest pedigrees among the Savile Row fraternity. The modern company traces its heritage back to the 1790s. 6 Sackville Street, Mayfair.
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    • Norton & Sons, 16 Savile Row, London W1S 3PL, U.K.
    • NORTON & SONS - established in 1821. "Norton & Sons were tailors to the Gentlemen of the City of London. As the world changed, so too has Norton & Sons. For quite some time now we have also welcomed anyone desiring of the finest clothing available to them, dressing men, women and children regardless of their social standing or where they come from. Norton & Sons continued to thrive in the 20th century incorporating the celebrated Savile Row houses Hammond & Co, J. Hoare & Co, E. Tautz & Sons and Todhouse Reynard & Co. We are proud to have been tailors to the royal households of Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Prussia, Spain, Portugal and the United Kingdom, and to three US Presidents. Norton & Sons clothed many of the best dressed men and women of the last century, including Cary Grant, Winston Churchill, King George V, and Anthony J Drexel Biddle, the first man to be named America’s Best Dressed Man." 16 Savile Row.
    • Nutters of Savile Row - established in 1969 by Tommy Nutter (1943-1992). Famous for reinventing the Savile Row suit in the 1960s. 35a Savile Row.
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    • Ozwald Boateng's Flagship Store, 30 Savile Row, London W1S 3PT, U.K.
    • OZWALD BOATENG - since 2008 at 30 Savile Row. Coined the term bespoke couturier. "Ozwald Boateng’s design evokes the essence of a man’s spirituality and character through the enhancement of the physical being. The acknowledgement that style is an extension of one’s self culminates in the wearer having their own voice. The quintessential cut. A thought, a revolution, detail, concentration, pushing the craft of bespoke tailoring further. Crisp and structured, exquisite artistry, innovative classicism. Our secret, uniquely Boateng. Bespoke is the highest quality line on offer by Ozwald Boateng. With a handmade craftsmanship cut from scratch, created by our team of highly skilled tailors. With a suit made only for you, fitting you to perfection."
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    • Richard Anderson, 13 Savile Row, London W1S 3PH, U.K.
    • RICHARD ANDERSON - established 2001. "For nearly two decades, the Richard Anderson Bespoke style has led the row and been in constant refinement to offer the best fit, style and diverse offering of cloths and finishes for everyone. Each unique pattern is made and cut by Richard and hand-crafted by our team of highly skilled tailors in our own workshops; from choosing your cloth, to the first fitting, to handing over your finished suit, we set out to constantly create, innovate and lead London style. Our Bespoke service caters for every individual; with technical expertise that pre-dates our shop’s existence, Richard designs beautiful, practical and flattering bespoke pieces that are appropriate for every occasion. Our classic bespoke cut for men draws from traditional hacking coats, whereas the female cut pays homage to classic riding-coat styles while incorporating elegant, modern designs." Famous customers include Bryan Ferry, Simon Cowell, André Leon Talley. 13 Savile Row.
    • Richard James, 29 Savile Row, London W1S 2EY, U.K.
    • RICHARD JAMES - established 1992. "The bespoke experience - Quite simply the ultimate in tailoring. A unique garment, handmade on Savile Row, that while always flattering, will naturally reveal something of the character of its owner. The most luxurious and personal thing you can have made. An individual paper pattern is created by our in-house cutter and each garment is pieced together by tailors with at least thirty years experience. A bespoke Richard James garment arouses those senses that lie dormant, forgotten by mass manufacturing." Famous customers include Sir Elton John, David Walliams, Hugh Grant, David Beckham, Alex Pettyfer, Bryan Ferry, Guy Ritchie, Michael Douglas, P Diddy. 29 Savile Row & Clifford Street.
    • Roderick Charles - established 1992. "Having decided on the style and cut of the garment a selection of cloths can be offered, from thorn proof Scottish tweeds to traditional Yorkshire milled worsteds, a selection that will meet the most demanding requirements of any customer and the intended use for their garment. A Roderick Charles bespoke suit combines the quality and cut of our ready to wear suits with the flexibility that only bespoke can offer. Measured to fit the individual the result is a truly unique experience. A Roderick Charles Bespoke Suit starts from £950 for a 2 piece suit, £325 for extra trousers & £325 for a waistcoat." 90 Jermyn St.
    • RUBINACCI - "Distinguished in Bespoke clothing and tailoring since 1932." Rubinacci was founded in 1932 by Gennaro Rubinacci who, considered an arbiter elegantiarum by young friends of good families, was constantly consulted for advice on the cut and choice of fabrics. The constant participation of suit fittings of the Neapolitan nobility became such a beloved event that Gennaro Rubinacci began to fantasize with the idea of creating his own workshop and thus he opened the London House. 96 Mount Street, Mayfair.
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    • Signature Bespoke - founded in 2014. "Luxury Bespoke Clothing."A beautiful suit in a more traditional fabric is well worth the investment. With all our suits, whether it be a traditional business suit, a wedding suit or a bold statement jacket and trouser ensemble; the one thing that we take ultimate pride in, and that sets us apart from the competition, is the cut and attention to detail. Once you have worn a Signature Bespoke suit we guarantee you will never look back. With branches in Liverpool and Savile Row, we offer made to measure, luxury, bespoke clothing for men, including suits and shoes.
    • Sir Tom Baker, 74 Wells Street, Fitrovia, W1T 3QQ London.
    • SIR TOM BAKER - founded in 1996. "Tom Baker specialises in both traditional and avant-garde bespoke tailoring. He trained for five years at Hardy Amies (Savile Row) until 1996 when he founded Sir Tom Baker in Soho, London. It was on Savile Row that he was taught to cut and fit in the most classical English way." He is known for business, wedding and rock n' roll suits. His ability and willingness to work closely with each and every customer has earned him a loyal following, attracting television personalities, musicians, actors, artists, captains of the industry and politicians to the door. 74 Wells Street, Fitrovia.
    • SOUSTER & HICKS - "Bespoke Tailoring Since 1966." Souster & Hicks is a family business established in 1978 by husband and wife team, Geoff and Laura Souster. Based in a stunning Georgian building located in the beautiful village of Woburn, Bedfordshire; Souster & Hicks has since gone on to inspire a new generation with their sons Scott and Wes and their daughter in law; Natalie completing the family team. Geoff Souster has a career spanning 50 years, hand cutting more than 30,000 bespoke suits. He was elected as the youngest ever National President of the Federation of Merchant Tailors in 1988, and also works as a consultant helping to set up and improve the patterns created for made to measure manufacturers, such as Wensum. 14 Bedford St, Woburn, Milton Keynes.
    • STEED - established 1995. "Handmade Bespoke Tailoring." Handmade bespoke tailoring is what makes a suit stand out from any other. Every part of your suit is expertly measured and cut to complement your posture perfectly and it ensures that whichever style you choose, that style looks of the highest calibre when you wear it. Being Handmade Bespoke means that every stage of the process is done by hand and therefore can be given the greatest amount of customisation and attention to detail possible. A handmade bespoke suit is something to be worn with pride at any occasion. 12 Savile Row.
    • STEVEN HITCHCOCK - "Savile Row Master Tailor. Soft tailoring for comfort and style." Independent Savile Row tailor specialised in soft tailoring. 3 decades experience, trained by his father John Hitchcock, at Anderson & Sheppard. The art of my soft tailoring style has stood the test of time and is a style reminiscent of the golden age of men’s clothing. My soft tailored hand crafted suits are lighter in weight to wear, much more comfortable and individually stylish. In order to achieve this unique style, there are a number of very different elements in the making. 58 Chiltern St.
    • STOWERS of London - since 2007. "Authentic British Tailoring." We have a passion for tailoring and embrace the spirit of tradition, combining age old hand tailoring techniques with a distinctive personal touch. For a man of style, only a suit which demonstrates the best of authentic British tailoring will suffice. A Stowers of London suit is the genuine article; characteristically stylish, perfectly measured and expertly finished without compromise. “Spend all you can afford on clothes, but make sure they’re quality, not flashy, since clothes make the man.” -- Polonius, from Shakespeare’s Hamlet. 13 Savile Row.
    • STUART LAMPRELL - "Elegance and Style for gentlemen since 2006." Stuart Lamprell learned his tailoring’s skills on the world renowned Savile Row. While studying at London College of Fashion he secured an apprenticeship at Gieves and Hawkes, based at No.1 Savile Row. Stuart was taught by some of the best tailors in the business as he discovered just how much skill was required to make bespoke clothes for a clientele that included many famous and influential people. Filled with entrepreneurial spirit Lamprell eventually struck out in his own name in 2006, working from Sackville Street just around the corner from Savile Row. For three years he was based on the Row itself within the storied house of Hardy Amies whom he was honoured to consult to on its bespoke menswear business. Since 2015 Stuart Lamprell Bespoke has been based at No. 11 St George Street. It’s just a five-minute walk from where he started out in tailoring at Gieves and Hawkes. Of course the journey of his career has been considerably longer and continues on an upward curve. 11 St George Street.
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    • THOM Sweeney - etsablished in 2009. "Luxury Menswear & Bespoke Tailoring." Bespoke tailoring is the pinnacle of the tailor’s craft. A garment made by hand to your exact specifications, absorbing over 80 hours of delicate and precise work. At Thom Sweeney, we’re a bespoke tailor first and foremost. Our founders established Thom Sweeney as a bespoke tailor close to twenty years ago, and we take pride in creating contemporary tailoring to stand the test of time. 1-2 Weighhouse St, Mayfair.
    • Thomas Mahon.
    • THOMAS MAHON - English tailor, noted for outfitting the British royal family and other VIP clients.
    • Timothy Everest's Spitalfields atelier, 32 Elder Street.
    • TIMOTHY EVEREST, MBE - established in 1989. "The quintessential British tailor who enjoys the highest critical acclaim for his eccentric style and modern attitude." The bespoke process is the pinnacle and calling card of any tailor. The placing of a bespoke order with Timothy Everest will deliver the client a wholly unique, individual sartorial masterpiece with over 70 hours of manpower poured into every garment. With prices starting at £3000 for a fully handmade two piece suit, we are extremely proud of both the exceptional quality and value our in-house tailoring team deliver. 37 Redchurch St, Shoreditch.
    • Tom Brown Tailors, Number One, Eton High Street, Eton.
    • TOM BROWN - established in 1784 and remains in the same premesis today at Number One, Eton High Street, Eton, Windsor, Berkshire. The history of Tom Brown Tailors is a thing of quite some interest, as it has been established for over 235 years, and for over two centuries of that period it has been run by the members of the same family. The firm is itself, without a doubt, one of the oldest active tailors in the entire country, and the shop itself is a living historical archive, housing documents and artefacts dating back as far as the early 1800’s. At Tom Brown, every project is treated as a creative collaboration, working to develop styles that are a reflection of our passion and experience. Offering advice and guidance, we aim to assist our clients in making an informed decision, as we understand that many do not have the time to spend looking for what they want - we work to remove the hassle from the process. Famous for making for Eton students (where it is still based) and therefore many Prime Ministers. (London & Eton). 6 Sackville Street, London.
    • Tweed Addict - established 2011. "Hand Tailored in England." We carry very fine quality, beautifully tailored, ready to wear tweed jackets in our shop. However our main work is to be found in our bespoke service, where you have the choice of 3000 different tweeds, 100s of linings and an infinite amount of style variations. So if you are looking for something special and unique, maybe for your wedding, then we have the following options available. Our London studio is to be found on Heneage Street, just off Brick Lane. We’ve been located in the heart of East London’s vibrant creative and artistic district for nine years. We carry a large range of pattern books, lining fabrics, and various suits, jackets and accessories. Visits are by appointment, so please get in touch if you would like to come and see what we have to offer. Appointments are available most days of the week, including evenings and weekends. 23 Heneage St.
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    • Welsh & Jefferies, 20 Savile Row.
    • WELSH & JEFFERIES - establsihed in 1917. Gentlemen: The process begins with the selection of the cloth, with the choice of thousands of designs, weights and qualities. The cutter will discuss and advise to create a defining style for the individual which will also be taken into account in the creation of the paper pattern. Ladies: The process for creating a woman's garment differs slightly to that of a man's. A consultation with the ladies cutter Yingmei Quan is required. Yingmei then sketches a design for the customer and, following approval she continues to cut a pattern. The ladies suits are constructed using the same traditional techniques employed in the production of the men's tailoring, almost entirely by hand to the most exacting standards. Famous for producing Winston Churchill's uniform in is early military years. 20 Savile Row.
    • William Hunt, 41 Savile Row.
    • William Hunt - established in 1982. "Hand-measured and tailored to your specifications, William Hunt Made to Measure is the pinnacle of our Savile Row tailoring expertise. Experience fiercely masculine tailoring with every detail tailored to your personal style. Feel seven pounds lighter and two inches taller in a Made to Measure suit by William Hunt. Made to Measure is for the iconic modern gentleman looking for that extra touch of luxury. All made to measure suits are made from one of many existing William Hunt silhouettes that can be tailored to fit the shape of your body. Silhouettes can include traditional peaked or notched lapels, or a shawl lapel if you are choosing an evening suit. Details such as internal trimmings, linings, buttons, and pockets can all be chosen by you in store meaning you can tweak your suit to fit your individual style." 41 Savile Row.
    • WILLIAM WESTMANCOTT - established in 2010. Freelance Savile Row Tailor. William Westmancott is a Savile Row craftsman and almost certainly the UK's most expensive bespoke tailor. He trained for 10 years in two of Savile Row's most prestigious houses before launching his own. You can meet him in your home, office or one of many professional meeting rooms across London and the South East. 9-10 Savile Row.
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