A wide range of hand-cut, tailored suits, shirts and trousers are available. Many of these enterprises are based in world-renowned Savile Row, Mayfair, an area of the West End, famous for its exquisite tailoring.
Richard Anderson has led the revival of Savile Row, combining the highest standards of bespoke tailoring with a keen eye for design. Discrete, elegant and stylish, the tailor of choice for senior professionals, politicians and public figures.
Huntsman continues its long tradition of offering the highest standard bespoke tailoring using the finest quality cloths, many of which are produced exclusively for the company. Custom made and ready to wear clothing is also available cut to the iconic one button house style.
UDESHI was founded in 1999 to stem the decline in English bespoke tailoring and to move it forward to meet the challenges and needs of the modern gentleman. UDESHI now encompasses a ready-to-wear collection that boasts the same attention to detail and high standard of our bespoke garments.
Gary Anderson is the latest name to look for on Savile Row, from a ready to wear range, bespoke suits, tailored shirts to morning suits and evening wear. Sharp classic directional tailored suits lined in luxurious vibrant coloured silks all hand finished. Also available is a wide range of shirts and accessories.
Ede and Ravenscroft
Ede and Ravenscroft provides bespoke, personally tailored and ready-to-wear gentlemens' tailoring, fine cotton shirts, exclusive silk ties and footwear. In addition there is country and tailored casual wear, gentlemen's accessories and a complete range of formal tailoring including morning and evening tails and black tie
Denman and Goddard
Denman and Goddard Ltd. founded in 1853 and described as "Tailors and Drapers". The oldest part of our company Hicks & Sons was founded in 1797, before being incorporated into Denman & Goddard Ltd. during the latter part of the last century.
Gieves & Hawkes
Over two hundred years of skill and sartorial excellence; started life as military uniforms makers (naval and army, respectively), first to introduce mail orders and ready-to-wear on the Row. The first traditional English tailors to show on the Paris catwalks, with the Gieves fashion brand, under the guide of Creative Director Joe Casely-Hayford.
Maurice Sedwell (Savile Row) Ltd
The leaders in high class bespoke tailors, with a strong element of creative design. The foundations of the finest suits are created with soft structured tailoring and cutting in harmony with your figure for comfort, style and elegance. All men's and women's suits are individually designed, hand cut and hand tailored to the highest attainable standards.
The excellence of Hardy Amies tailored clothing lies in our distinctive cut. Only the finest quality cloths are used to combine with our unique cut for an inspired look. To own a Hardy Amies bespoke suit brings pleasure from owning a piece of supreme craftsmanship.
Meyer and Mortimer Ltd
Our earliest records show the company in existence in the late 1700â€™s. Jonathan Meyer, a tailor from Austria, established a tailoring and military outfitting business at 36 Conduit Street in the late eighteenth century, but Meyer and Mortimerâ€™s origins lie partly in Scotland. Whilst Meyer was becoming established in London, the Mortimer family in Edinburgh were specialising in military outfitting.