The world’s greatest cars on one of London’s most famous streets, Savile Row, renowned for its long history of bespoke tailoring. Welcome to a stunning new event.
Savile Row will be closed to traffic over the two-day event, thanks to the cooperation of Westminster City Council. Visitors will be able to browse the spectacular cars and the fascinating tailors’ displays, as well as enjoy the talks and live music on the central stage.
Entry to the event is free but there will be VIP tickets available to allow special access to exclusive displays within the tailors and galleries on Savile Row.
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Historic race cars, classic supercars, iconic sports cars and GTs, electric hypercars and future concepts… just a few of the genres that will be displayed at Concours on Savile Row.
None will be the sort of car you’ll see on the street or even at a typical car show. Many have age-old connections with Savile Row, some haven’t been seen for decades, others will never have been seen in public before.
All will be spectacular.
There have been tailors on Savile Row since 1803, and they’ve clothed kings, princes, heads of state and celebrities ever since.
It was on Savile Row that Henry Poole invented the dinner jacket or tuxedo for Edward VII in 1860. Much more recently, the Row has featured in the Kingsman movies.
Now tradition meets cutting edge design, and at the Concours on Savile Row you’ll be able to see historic patterns, current designs and fascinating cutting rooms.