Bespoke Process
Every Savile Row Bespoke garment has its own individually handmade pattern, cut by a Master Cutter. It is then made under his or her personal supervision to the exacting standards for which Savile Row is famed.
Coats
  • Inlays – inlays to allow adjustment to the main body seams
  • Linings – felled by hand
  • Vent and Front Edge – hand prick-stitched throughout
  • Breast pocket – slanting breast pocket with hand stitched border
  • Top Collar – hand draw-stitched onto the facing
  • Front button holes – hand stitched and left lapel button hole with sewn flower loop
  • Cuffs – featuring opening slit and hand stitched button holes
  • Armhole – lining eased and hand felled
  • Front pockets – hand top-stitching on pocket and gorge
  • Sleeves – set in by hand
  • Shoulder pads and canvas – hand cut and shaped
  • Jacket foreparts- fully hand canvassed
Trousers
  • International waistband – with inlays of 3-4 inches and side seams for adjustments
  • Buttons – sewn by hand in cross stitch
  • Buttonholes – cut and sewn by hand
  • Fly – hand stitched
  • Trousers fronts – half lined for comfort
  • Seat seam – hand stitched
  • Pockets, band lining and back curtains- sewn in by hand
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