CURATING LUXURY FOR THE DISCERNING TRAVELLER

SAVILE ROW – W1

SAVILE ROW – W1

GIEVES & HAWKES
Occupying the illustrious address of Number One Savile Row, Gieves & Hawkes has clothed political leaders and royalty ever since Gieve (founded in 1785) and Hawkes (founded in 1771) formed its historic tailoring dynasty. The company has held a Royal Warrant for every monarch since 1809, and the trappings required for British state and ceremonial occasions have been enriched by its craftsmanship. Little wonder then that this business has been charged with the prestigious task of tailoring the military attire for a certain young Prince’s nuptials in April. 1 Savile Row, W1
020 7432 6403

HENRY POOLE & CO.
Credited with creating the tuxedo, Henry Poole is heralded as the founding father of Savile Row. Although Poole’s business passed to his cousin Samuel Cundey in 1876, the Cundey family has remained at the helm for more than  five generations, preserving Henry Poole’s legacy and his commitment to quality. It is now one of the few remaining companies in London to make only bespoke suits, with each of its clients blessed with their own individual pattern and access to some of the world’s best tailors.
15 Savile Row, W1
020 7734 5985

OZWALD BOATENG
Last year marked this suave designer’s 25th year in the fashion industry, an event celebrated with a spectacular show at London Fashion Week in September. Credited with giving Savile Row’s old guard a bit of a shake-up, Boateng’s signature style is a brand of tailored couture that is at once  flamboyant and elegant. A master of colour – he was once described as ‘the peacock of Savile Row’ – expect sharp cuts that’ll guarantee you stand out from the crowd.
30 Savile Row, W1
020 7440 5230

Mar 14th 2018
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