Norton & Sons

Norton & Sons has been an established bespoke and made-to-measure tailors since 1821, making it one of the oldest on the row. For 200 years, we have been cutting and sewing the finest bespoke garments for the world’s most discerning customers. Our house cut is softer in the shoulder, a close chest with a nipped in waist and slight skirt. To this day, we are proud to say that our skilled tailors hand cut and sew our bespoke garments in our 16 Savile Row workspace.

Norton’s made a name for dressing sportsmen and adventurers such as Sir John Blashford-Snell, Henry Stanley and Lord Carnarvon, who was wearing a Norton & Sons suit when he opened Tutankhamen’s tomb. Norton & Sons have made more bespoke clothing for demanding circumstances than anyone else. The Norton & Sons name has only ever been attached to the finest tailored clothing. They have no licences anywhere and have just one address; 16 Savile Row.

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