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Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson has made its mark on the tailoring world since opening its doors in 2001 – the first bespoke tailoring house to open
on the Row in 50 years

Edward Sexton

When Nutters of Savile Row opened in 1969, Edward Sexton cut some
of the most flamboyant shapes ever seen for the brand’s loyal customers
– many of whom were the leading music and modelling stars of the day.

36 Savile Row, 26 Beauchamp Place
Notable clients: Mick and Bianca Jagger, Annie Lennox, Paul McCartney
Website: Edward Sexton

Arthur Sleep

Established in London, England, Arthur Sleep creates the finest slippers in the world, exclusively handmade in England. Each pair is created by artisans that draw on over 500 years of handcrafting tradition, representing British design and handmade craftsmanship at its most refined.

Cad & The Dandy

Cad & The Dandy was founded by Ian Meiers and James Sleater, who met through their families connections in the couturier business. Focusing on the look and feel of the garments alongside the desire to drag British tailoring and Savile Row back to the cutting edge of Menswear. Since its establishment in 2008, the company has opened three shops across London, each with their own bespoke workshops.

7-8 Savile Row, 13 Savile Row
Notable clients: Harrison Ford, Samuel L Jackson, Will Ferrel, Chris Rock
Website: Cad & The Dandy

Chittleborough & Morgan

The origins of Chittleborough & Morgan date back to the Swinging sixties when Nutters opened its doors on Savile Row. Roy Chittleborough and Joseph Morgan, together with Edward Sexton were the artorial skills that gave life to the creations of Tommy Nutter. The energy and rebellious style they brought to the street dressed many of the celebrities of the time. Roy and Joe established their own tailoring business in 1981, but it still retains the unique character from Nutters.

Clothsurgeon

Clothsurgeon is a British men’s clothing brand founded by Rav Matharu in London, 2012. Inspired by counter-culture and with an appreciation of Savile Row tailoring & craftsmanship, clothsurgeon combines the casual aesthetic of streetwear with classic men’s silhouettes to create a familiar yet contemporary wardrobe. In addition to the seasonal collections, clothsurgeon offers a unique bespoke service which allows the customer to create whatever they wish, from whatever fabrics they desire. Drawing on the heritage of the famous menswear street, clothsurgeon Bespoke provides the same level of quality and personalisation optimised for the modern consumer. The Savile Row of Streetwear.

Cremieux

Cremieux is a family owned luxury menswear company, founded in Saint-Tropez, France in 1976. French born Daniel Cremieux studied English in London and became fascinated by the emerging preppy look of English students. Following a trip to New York he returned to France and set about creating a modern french twist on this traditional preppy look.Flagship retail stores can be found in London, Paris, Saint Tropez, Capri, New York, Palm Beach and Bal Harbour.

Davies & Son

Established in 1803, Davies and Sons are perhaps the oldest tailor on the Row. Along the way Davies & Sons has acquired the tailoring houses of Johns and Pegg, Fallan and Harvey, James and James, Wells of Mayfair to name but a few. In over two centuries of bespoke tailoring they have made garments for four Kings, seven Crown Princes, two US presidents and innumerable Knights of the Realm. Now one of only three purely bespoke houses on Savile Row and the only bespoke Tailor on the west side of the Row- Davies & Son is a piece of refined British history

38 Savile Row
Notable clients: Admiral Lord Nelson
Website: Davies & Son

Dege & Skinner

Dege & Skinner are a specialist tailoring company, with expertise in bespoke suits & bespoke shirts, alongside RTW shirts and military uniforms. Established in 1865, Royal Warrant Holders and family-owned, William Skinner is also Chairman of the Savile Row Bespoke Association.

Drake’s

Drake’s was founded by Michael Drake in East London in 1977. Originally a maker of men’s ‘Scarves, Shawls and Plaids,’ the company soon expanded into handmade ties and handkerchiefs,With the brand ethos of ‘relaxed elegance,, Today, Drake’s produces soft tailoring in Italy, traditional knitwear in Scotland, shirts in their own shirt factory in Chard, Somerset, alongside premium jersey and an expansive range of outerwear, accessories and Selvedge denim.

Gaziano & Girling

Tony Gaziano and Dean Girling have been making high-end shoes in England for over 25 years. Mixing Italian lines and comfort with British craft and tradition, their aim is to craft the finest shoes in the world. With a zero-compromise approach to shoemaking, their shoes are crafted in Northamptonshire, using French or Swiss calf leather that is finished in Italy and married with English oak bark for the soles. Gaziano & Girling offer booth bespoke and made to measure shoes.

Gieves & Hawkes

With its headquarters at 1 Savile Row, internationally renowned tailor and menswear brand Gieves & Hawkes have over 200 years experience in creating the finest bespoke garments. The pre-eminent English tailors hold quality at the centre of all their products.

No. 1 Savile Row
Notable clients: Charles, Prince of Wales, Aga Khan