September 20, 2017
Window Display

Something of the future of the best bespoke tailoring can currently be seen in the windows of numbers 34, 35 and 37 Savile Row, where the stunning work of this year’s Golden Shears competitors is being displayed.

The Golden Shears was founded in 1984 and awards prizes to the most accomplished students on dedicated tailoring courses and the best apprenticed trainees working in the industry. The competition is supported by the Merchant Taylors’ Company, CAPITB and the Savile Row Bespoke Association (SRBA).

SRBA members were represented at this year’s awards in April by Riki Brockman (Gieves & Hawkes), Emily Hayward (Anderson & Sheppard), Alistair Nimmo and Tara Hansen (Kathryn Sargent), Ali Reza (Chittleborough & Morgan) and Alex Hills (Dege & Skinner). The top Golden Shears Award was won by Riki Brockman.

Pictured, and currently on display on Savile Row, are the entries of Alex Hills (top picture) and Emily Hayward (middle).

Everyone involved in the Golden Shears would like to thank Norges, the landlords of 34, 35 and 37 Savile Row, for allowing the windows to be used.



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