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23 December 2013

The English Gentleman will be at the historic The Cabinet War Rooms – Sir Winston Churchill’s fascinating WWII underground command centre – on January 7th 2014 for the next London Collections: Men. Numerous members of the Savile Row Bespoke Association (SRBA) are teaming up with London’s finest hatters, bootmakers and shirtmakers to demonstrate the modern face of classic men’s tailoring 

11 December 2013

Happy birthday Richard James! The founding Savile Row Bespoke Association member celebrates its twenty-first anniversary and twenty-first year of doing business on the Row this year. The first, very small, Richard James shop opened at 37a Savile Row in 1992 and introduced – horror of horrors, to some – Saturday opening to the street. The ethos of the business was 

4 November 2013

These pictures – currently up in the windows of a number of Savile Row Bespoke Association members – are from Savile Row is Rock ‘n’ Roll, the Jo Levin-styled portfolio of the UK’s finest rockers dressed in what is surely the finest bespoke tailoring, that appears in the out-now, bumper 25th anniversary issue of British GQ. The feature was produced in 

16 October 2013

The Savile Row Bespoke Association and Chivas launched their partnership in style at Sartoria restaurant on Savile Row on Thursday, 10th October. The master tailors of Savile Row and the deluxe blended Scotch whisky share values and skills that span over two hundred years and they have come together to support and celebrate heritage, modern craftsmanship and style. The evening 

11 October 2013

SRBA partner The Woolmark Company has announced it is taking a diverting approach to supporting the Royal Academy of Arts’ Australia exhibition – the largest collection of Australian art ever seen outside its home country – which closes on 8th December 2013. As a part of its focus on celebrating the massive role that wool has played in forming both 

2 October 2013

The Savile Row Bespoke Association is delighted to announce that Chivas, the deluxe blended Scotch whisky, is its new partner. As a whisky steeped in history and tradition, yet one very much atuned with modern tastes, Chivas was the natural choice to partner the SRBA in protecting and promoting the values of bespoke Savile Row tailoring. The master tailors of 

25 September 2013

SRBA Associate Member Dormeuil’s trail-blazing quest for rare, exquisite fibres to weave into fabric has taken it to the mountains of northern Argentina, home of the wild vicuna. The slender native vicuna – a relative of the llama – possesses an exceptionally fine and delicate fleece that is known as Andean Gold or The Fibre of the Gods. The protected 

18 September 2013

A closer look at SRBA member Chittleborough & Morgan’s contribution to June’s The English Gentleman at Lord’s, an exquisite, stunningly tailored tribute to Tommy Nutter, one of the great innovators and stylists of Savile Row. Joe Morgan, who founded the tailoring house that bears his name with Roy Chittleborough in 1981, started off as an assistant cutter with the legendary 

30 August 2013

SRBA member Henry Poole and Co. is putting its incredible archive on display for the first time next month. The founding father of the Row – Henry Poole was established in 1806 and opened its doors for business on Savile Row in 1846 – is the subject of The Art of Bespoke Tailoring and Wool Cloth at The Bowes Museum (pictured), 

2 August 2013

SRBA members and Royal Warrant of Appointment holders Dege & Skinner, Henry Poole & Co and Gieves & Hawkes represented Savile Row at July’s Coronation Festival, HM The Queen’s four-day long celebration of the best of British craft and Royal Warrant holders that was held in the gardens of Buckingham Palace. Gieves’ stand was particularly impressive, showcasing over two-hundred years 

14 July 2013

Friday 5th July saw the 2013 SRBA Apprenticeship Certificates awarded at the British Tailor’s Benevolent Association (BTBA) Summer Ball at the Merchant Taylors’ Hall. It is a prerequisite of membership of the SRBA that each member house takes on at least one salaried apprentice to maintain both the standards and traditions of bespoke Savile Row tailoring. All work is overseen and 

21 June 2013

A collection of pictures from The English Gentleman at Lord’s, Savile Row’s stunning contribution to London Collections: Men and the reason why it has taken a little longer to get things made and finished on the Row over the last few weeks! Nineteen Savile Row tailoring houses joined forces with London’s best bootmakers, shirt makers and hatters to present over 

21 June 2013

On the street that is synonymous with sartorial splendour this Tuesday. Mayor of London Boris Johnson chose Savile Row to launch London: The Home of Menswear History and Heritage map as a part of London Collections: Men. The map is based on Keren Protheroes’s all revealing London: Home of Menswear History and Heritage study, which was commissioned by the British 

3 May 2013

The bespoke tailors of Savile Row have joined forces with the gentlemen’s houses of St James’s to present The English Gentleman at Lord’s for next month’s Spring/Summer ’14 London Collections: Men. The event will take the form of a live presentation featuring models and selected customers and denizens of Savile Row and follows on from January’s acclaimed The English Gentleman 

26 April 2013

We are delighted to announce that the preeminent cloth merchant Dugdale Bros & Co has become an Associate Member of the Savile Row Bespoke Association.   Founded in 1896 and located to this day in Huddersfield, Yorkshire – the centre of Britain’s proud worsted industry – Dugdale Bros supplies luxury cloth and fabrics to tailors, designers, couturiers and retailers throughout 

29 March 2013

The Savile Row Bespoke Association (SRBA) has won some valuable concessions from Abercrombie & Fitch (A&F) regarding the chain store’s plan to open a children’s clothing store on Savile Row. The Planning Inspectorate announced on 21st March that it has allowed an appeal from the American clothing chain to make changes to the Grade II* listed building at no. 3 

25 March 2013

A couple of pictures of the cutting and tailoring masterclasses that The Savile Row Bespoke Association promoted at The Campaign for Wool’s extremely successful Wool House exhibition, which closed on Sunday. The pictures show Gordon Alsleban of Kilgour taking the tailoring (piecing together the cut cloth and actually making the garment) class and Craig Featherstone of Henry Poole & Co 

22 March 2013

This weekend is your last chance to visit the Savile Row Room at The Campaign for Wool’s fascinating Wool House exhibition and workshop at Somerset House. Including various stunning examples of bespoke tailoring from a number of SRBA members, a pattern cutting table with a chalked out suit length, paper patterns and various tools of the trade, The Savile Row 

13 March 2013

Eight members and associate members of the Savile Row Bespoke Association are participating in Wool House, which opens to the public in the stunning West Wing of Somerset House on Wednesday, 13th March. Curated by stylist and interiors designer Arabella McNie for The Campaign for Wool, Wool House is a celebratory exhibition of wool in its many guises and features 

13 February 2013

The inaugural Bespoke Tailors’ Benevolent Association festival dinner and auction, held at the Merchant Taylors’ Hall on 7th February, proved to be a great success, raising over £9,000. Formed from a merger of the British tailoring industry’s two oldest and most revered charities – the Master Tailors’ Benevolent Association (est. 1887) and the Tailors’ Benevolent Institute (est. 1861) – the 

10 January 2013

The sumptuous surrounds of Spencer House provided the perfect venue for Savile Row’s contribution to London Collections: Men. Nine members of the Savile Row Bespoke Association were amongst those that joined together with London’s best shirt makers and hatters to effortlessly demonstrate that London remains the world capital of classic masculine style. In a remarkably atmospheric and intimate production that 

1 January 2013

January 8th sees eight member houses of the Savile Row Bespoke Association joining forces with London’s finest shirt makers and hatters to present The English Gentleman at Spencer House. The event represents Savile Row’s contribution to the British Fashion Council’s second London Collections: Men, and follows on from last summer’s hugely successful Savile Row Open Day and Savile Row meets 

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