banksmiranda, I believe Morgan & Chittleborough are surviving members of the original Nutters; Edward Sexton was the head cutter when it was in its heyday. Nutter's been dead - what? 10-15 years or so. His style then was the sort of thing you'll see on the cover of "Abbey Road": waisted coats with wide lapels, flared flat-front trousers, wide shoulders. Interviews with current Savile Row tailors who knew Nutter indicate that they make a crucial distinction between 1960s-era Nutters and the current crop of celebrity bespoke "designers" in that Nutters & Co. actually cut and created their own suits to their own designs, and didn't farm out the entire process to factories (i.e., in essence offer a MTM suit and call it "bespoke"). The original business fell apart sometime in the 1970s, Sexton struck out on his own, and Nutter worked for Kilgour for a while; he then started up his own firm again, with an exaggerated version of the 1930s look: very broad shoulders, wide lapels, lots of drape, and very full-cut pleated trousers. I've read somewhere that an Italian tailored-clothing manufacturer was considering making a line of Nutter-inspired suits and jackets. Many of Savile Row's tailors credit Nutter with helping the Row's tailoring tradition survive, and having inspired some of the current crop of young tailors to take up the profession.