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  1. PatchedUp

    Current state of Savile Row

    Hello all, I'm making a trip to London in a week and amongst other things I will be looking to have a bespoke suit made, which will be my first, for general use (interviews, dinner etc, but not work). I was wondering what people's thoughts were on the current state of Savile Row, which I...
  2. Mr TAILOR

    New training web site

  3. Damarius

    Please Provide Guidance Professional Business OverCoat

    I would like to get some advice and counsel on a overcoat I am considering. I have looked at the more modern overcoats and they seem to have a slim lapel. However I was considering purchasing a more vintage overcoat with a wider lapel made by Norton & Sons on Savile Row. Which one would...
  4. andreyb2

    Savile Row Open House

    Coming tomorrow. http://www.savilerowopenhouse.com/ Anyone going? Andrey
  5. Tweedy

    Mens Harris Tweed Jackets - New arrivals!

    Light brown & cream herringbone Harris Tweed jacket USA tailored mens 40L extra long @ £59 ... Gun club check Harris Tweed sports jacket 3 pocket slim fit 38S @ £59 ... Luxury vintage Alexandre Harris Tweed jacket bold check fitted 46S @ £79 LOADS of new arrivals on website .... !!! : )...
  6. marblehouse

    NEW PHOTOS: Richard W. Paine - Bespoke Savile Row Tailor (No. 12) - Hand Tailored Sport Coat ~ 40 /

    Richard W. Paine took over Bond tailor Anthony Sinclair's business on nearby Conduit St (seeing clients in No 12 SR). The cuffs are functional, but they have been basted shut (not allowing for sleeve alterations). Your tailor can easily undo this upon receipt by simply re-attaching the...

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