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9 April 2019

With the terms of Brexit still unclear, the government has published details of which imports into the UK would be subject to new import tariffs under a ‘no deal’ scenario. Full details can be found on the UKFT website here. Around 100 products, including men’s jackets, gloves and jeans, will be subject to an average tariff of 12%. In addition, 

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14 March 2019

The new Level 5 Diploma in Bespoke Tailoring is already reaping rewards. Developed last year by Savile Row Bespoke Association (SRBA) Director Su Thomas, leading educator Sue Fraser and UKFT, the comprehensive qualification provides students with all of the mandatory core skills they need to pursue a career as a tailor or cutter. The diploma was developed with the invaluable 

5 March 2019

The United Kingdom’s scheduled date for exiting the European Union of 29th March is now only a matter of weeks away and HM Government has issued further guidance to the UK fashion and textile industry. All importers and exporters to or from the EU are now being advised that they must register for an EORI number to continue to trade 

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12 February 2019

With the United Kingdom’s date for exiting the European Union of 29th March fast approaching, the government has started to publish detailed advice on preparing for a ‘no deal’ scenario. The UKFT predicts that a ‘no deal’ Brexit will cause significant disruption to the fashion and textile trade and it will publish all relevant parts of the government’s advice on 

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28 January 2019

A major step was taken to protect the time-honoured craft of bespoke tailoring north of the border this month with the launch of the new Scottish Vocational Qualification (SVQ) for bespoke cutting and tailoring. Savile Row Bespoke Association Director Su Thomas provided support for the course with UKFT and a number of other companies and organisations, including Textiles Scotland, Johnstons 

7 January 2019

The Crisis A Call to Garms pop-up store on Savile Row proved to be a great success in the lead up to Christmas, taking in excess of £62,000. Additional funds were also raised by David Gray’s voluntary concert, which took place at the same venue at 31 Savile Row on 18th December and served to top off the six-day long 

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