Tom Baker specialises in both traditional and avant-garde bespoke tailoring. He trained for five years at Hardy Amies (Savile Row) until 1996 when he founded Sir Tom Baker in Soho, London. It was on Savile Row that he was taught to cut and fit in the most classical English way.
Timothy Everest’s eponymous tailoring company was established 25 years ago in the East End of London, catering to the bespoke needs, wants and desires of some of the worlds most stylish gentlemen and women – from artists to hedge fund managers to rock stars.
Fiercely masculine with splashes of colour, William Hunt's designs are noted for their ability to make the wearer feel seven pounds lighter and two inches taller.
As a company, the Savile Row company has made it their mission to provide the customers with genuine luxury clothing at affordable prices. They also aim to extend these same high standards across all aspects of business, with particular focus being placed on a truly exceptional and personal level of customer service; to them, this isn’t considered a luxury, it is the fundamental foundation on which their business has been built.
You can wear as many patterns in a single outfit as you want to as long as all of the patterns contrast each other.
Aravinda Rodenburg is a young and passionate Belgian bespoke tailor - always very elegant and stylish himself. His atelier is located in Sandton Grand Hotel Reylof in Gent. There he creates perfectly fitting men's suits - each created for at least 52 hours and 3 fittings.
A suit that is yours from the first stitch to the last, produced by tradesman with generations of experience and designed for today.
Butch Tailors is a Belgian company, manufacturing quality men's garments since 1956. To improve its relationships with the customers, the atelier's team has launched a Traveling Tailor Service, allowing them to meet gentlemen at their home or office.
Davies & Son has the longest history of any independent Tailor on Savile Row and we are proud of it. Their story began in 1803. Along the way they have acquired the tailoring houses of Johns and Pegg, Fallan and Harvey, James and James, Wells of Mayfair and many more, each one adding to their own knowledge, experience and history. In over two centuries of bespoke tailoring they have made garments for 4 Kings, 7 Crown Princes, 18 Knights of the Realm and 2 US presidents.
Brand's three generations lasting history started with the perfect suit that the family's father wore at the opera one evening during the post-war period. He was a very skilled tailor and gained the attention of the whole foyer with his spectacular suit, exactly as Papageno (from Mozart's opera 'The Magic Flute') did.
The Bernhardt label is the key to superb value in men's and ladies' suits, jackets, trousers and formal wear. Using their manufacturing expertise they produce distinctive made-to-measure and ready-to-wear garments with fine fabrics, efficient deliveries and impeccable service.
Bespoke craftsmanship encapsulates everything that Jeff Banks hold precious in the design world. Expert, precision tailoring, that sensational feel of the finest quality cloth, delicate stitching and the intricate detail of individual buttons and monogramming - all delivered with an unsurpassable service reminiscent of a more traditional era...
As one of the first of the new generation of tailors on Savile Row, Gary Anderson opened in 1998, having been established in 1958. The aim of the company was to provide the finest mens tailoring, with a fashion edge and attract a younger clientel to Savile Row tailoring. The formula was very successful and the tailoring business thrived and expanded in the following years, building a new generation of fashion conscious younger men who were discovering the quality of fit and individuality that only a fully tailored garment can offer.
Every stage of the creative process, fro the sketches to the final fittings, is cared out on the third floor of rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore. One hundred years of following a tradition of perfection where errors are unacceptable; where one's profession is cherished because handmade does not stem from elite craftsmanship, but from pure art.
Dedicated to the highest level of quality and elegance, Ralph Lauren Purple Label is the ultimate expression of luxury for the modern gentleman.
Mark Marengo is a British brand that offers the best tailoring tradition of Savile Row with a contemporary design edge. Mark and his team of in-house tailors offer fully bespoke suits, custom shirts, ties, hand-made shoes, and original accessories, alongside Mark Marengo Pret-a-Porter.
Ozwald Boateng’s design evokes the essence of a man’s spirituality and character through the enhancement of the physical being. The acknowledgement that style is an extension of one’s self culminates in the wearer having their own voice.
Welsh and Jefferies is a small but neat shop situated at number 20 Savile Row. In January 2012 the business was taken over by James Cottrell who has been working at Welsh and Jefferies for 7 years and his partner Yingmei Quan.
Chester Barrie is a quintessentially British brand. Based on London's Savile Row, home of many great tailoring names, Chester Barrie was founded in London in 1935 by Simon Ackerman, an Englishman who had emigrated to the States.
The history of Henry Poole lies at the heart of the Savile Row suit. It is both a family story and a story of an international business that covers the past, the present and the future. From our historical tailoring bloodline through to our current bespoke process for creating a range of clothing garments (including shirts, blazers, sports jackets, top coats, overcoats, dress wear and, of course, tailored suits), Poole’s epitomises the glory behind Savile Row tradition of pure bespoke tailoring.
Producing only the highest-quality garments, Richard Anderson clients have come to expect excellence as a given. Richard Anderson's clientele - many of whom are leaders in their own fields - are uncompromising in their demand for quality.
Burlington is a leading off-price apparel and home product retailer. We operate 567 stores in 45 states and Puerto Rico, where you’ll find a large assortment of current, high-quality, designer and name-brand merchandise at up to 65% off department store prices. Choose from a large selection of coats, clothing, and shoes for the entire family.
For a man of style, only a suit which demonstrates the best of authentic British tailoring will suffice. A Stowers of London suit is the genuine article; characteristically stylish, perfectly measured and expertly finished without compromise.
Established in 1865, Dege & Skinner is one of only two family-run bespoke tailoring houses to remain in Savile Row and the only one to have a permanent shirt-cutting service based in the shop, where all our bespoke shirts are cut.
BESPOKE offers completely custom, unique-to-you, high-quality dress clothing. Before anything is made, you choose your desired suit fabric from our massive selection, they take 25 measurements of your person, and then help you design your suit to look exactly the way you want it. After that, they make the suits based on these specific requests and measurements. Bespoke Custom Clothing offers custom 2 piece suits, custom 3 piece suits, and custom shirts. You get to choose your cut, fit, lapel style, button style, thread colors, lining style and color, piping color, and melton color. Rest assured you are going to get the suit you want and look the way you want.
The history of Zaremba Bespoke Tailors dates back to 1894 when Edward Zaremba opened his own atelier in the building of the Grand Theatre, Warsaw’s prime location. The company has been always providing luxury goods and its customers featured people from the headlines, diplomats, politicians, businessmen, musicians and actors. All items of suits and dinner jackets are individually patterned and crafted. Apparel by Zaremba is tailored not only to match your figure, but also to meet your objectives.
In the bespoke tailor’s shop of Józef Błoński it is believed that one needs to be aware of the newest fashion, yet the most important element is a customer who knows what he or she wants. The customer is in fact a partner in the painstaking process of creating an exquisite piece of tailoring. To those who are more hesitant or are only beginners in creating their own wardrobe the master tailor and cutter Józef Błoński subtly suggests solutions. He doesn’t impose anything, but instead tries to subtly advise in moments when the clients take important decisions concerning their garments.
Tailor Made To Fit crochets your ideas with the finest hand-picked fabrics with elegant craftsmanship to construct luxurious Suits, Jackets, Shirts, Overcoats and other outfits that drape off your body frame stylishly.
A full set of forty measures are taken during the first consultation to ascertain shape, posture, balance and proportion. A paper pattern is then drafted, unique to the customer. For the first fitting the suit is taken to a baste, with an unlined jacket to demonstrate and refine the shape and style.
William Westmancott is a Savile Row craftsman and almost certainly the UK’s most expensive bespoke tailor.
He trained for 10 years in two of Savile Row’s most prestigious houses before launching his own 6 years ago.
The men's suit is really an amazing garment with a long history. A friend of mine calls it the "Mercedes in men's clothing". Here are 4 interesting facts about the men's suit that may be you didn't know.
James Sleater from the Cad & The Dandy in Savile Row outlines the key differences between a sports coat vs a blazer and the single breasted and double breasted jackets.
James Sleater from the Cad & The Dandy on Savile Row explains the correct suit arm length for a jacket.
Sleeve length is an important one, you’re looking for about quarter to half an inch of shirt cuff to show. Some people like to show a bit more, some people are a bit more conservative and show a little bit less.
For the vents you’ve got 3 different choices, the most popular is double vents where the jacket has two slits either side. That’s good for several reasons. The jacket can break in three places so when you sit it will crease less but actually you can more often get it a little bit snugger through here, you’ve got more control across the cloth.
Since 1842, the Dormeuil name has been associated with the finest fabrics for men's clothing of classic elegance and impeccable cut. Softness, comfort and refinement; a Dormeuil suit provides incomparable ease, and enhances the personality of the man who wears it.
In the second video from the Tailoring Series, James Sleater from Cad & The Dandy outlines the difference between the 3 main types of lapel.
The Chicago-based bespoke tailor offers a complete range of bespoke men's clothing, including: suits, shirts and dress shirts, tuxedos, sport coats and blazers, slacks and pants, overcoats, accessories.
Sciamat offers handmade men's suit jackets, pants, coats, shirts and accessories. A tailoring where the suit responds really and only to the desires of the man who wears it.
James Sleater the owner of the Cad & The Dandy on Savile Row providing insights into how a how a jacket should fit.
Oscar Hunt uses the world's most luxurious fabrics milled in Italy and the UK (Dormeuil, Huddersfield Cloth, Ariston and Solbiati), combined with leading made-to-measure technology and construction techniques.
Wittmann Custom Tailoring is a Dayton-based men's fashion atelier, owned by tailor John Wittmann, whose grandfather and great grandfather were also custom tailors in the city.
A Suit That Fits offers individually hand tailored suits to perfectly fit your frame, budget and personal style, with over 40 billion style combinations available.
Brand's made-to-measure collection fulfils all aspects of gentleman's wardrobe needs from suits and shirts to trousers and overcoats. Sourcing only the finest fabrics from the UK, Europe and the rest of the world the atelier can ensure a wide selection to meet all your sartorial and budgetary requirements.
D. Jones' Bench-Made suit making process uses all of the measurements, art and preferences of custom suit making, but your suit is made by a tailor and a sewing machine with hand finishing. Bench-made suits are handmade, therefore, they are luxury suits for men.
Since 2003, Brodeur Carvell has served the needs of Southwest Florida residents & visitors with fine apparel for business and pleasure. Co-owner Ron Brodeur's focus is on Made-to-Measure and Custom Clothing.
'Our client's image is our business. We provide the wardrobe that will make you the best dressed person in whatever room you walk into', says Jay Lombardo, the owner of Lombardo Custom Apparel. A Dallas-based brand, which for the past 25 years dresses Politicians, CEOs, Entertainers and Super Bowl Champions.
Orazio Luciano has been making high quality formal and casual garments for the elegant man since early 1990s. Refined classicism and a touch of technical virtuosity are keynotes of the brand and the Neapolitan flair is always there, present in each detail.
Atelier's Made in Chicago bespoke custom suits are fully handmade. The fabric range varies from Guabello Super 180s and Ermenegildo Zegna cloths to year round Super 120s wools & blends, linens, bamboos, and Scottish Wools.
'Because we are a personal boutique operation focused on high-end clientele we limit the number of clients we serve to ensure our clients receive the best, most responsive service possible'.
Whether you need a suit for a new job or you're looking to update your wardrobe, you'll be able to find anything you need with Gariani Menswear (Dallas,TX).