With over 100 years of combined experience, our team has you covered.
Dan has been on the board for over two decades. Cutting and making for some of the most discerning of Gentleman within London. Some of his patrons include head of industries and celebrated TV personalities. A master craftsman with an eye for detail and perfection, using traditional Savile Row techniques with a modern sensibility. Clean and sharp lines with a suppressed waistline, shallow arm holes for ease of comfort and cleaner aesthetic. wider lapels with a high gorge and natural roll.
Richard has a wealth of experience from working front of house at Huntsman on Savile Row; running Aquascutum’s tailoring service to advising clients at Gieves & Hawkes, Chester Barrie, Brioni and Sulka, to name a few. This combination of experience in traditional bespoke and high-end luxury menswear enables Richard to offer a unique personal service incomparable to anyone else in the market.
David Garrad, bespoke alteration tailor, presser, fixer etc etc. You name it and he will sort it! David runs our onsite workroom. He also carries out customers alterations as well as adjustments to our own garments. His many years of experience are “priceless”
Arthur who is an old friend, is famous not just for his cutting and making of fine suits for his highly esteemed patrons stretching over the past fifty years. Arthur’s most notable highlight was of course when Prince Charles approached him in an off the cuff manor at a Royal function inquiring about the craftsman behind the suit he was wearing. Arthur was pleased to advise the Prince it was by his own hand which further extended into a nice sartorial partnership. The original article can be found here.
Gordon Millings is the son London-based tailor Dougie Millings known as "the Beatles' tailor".
They opened their first workshop on the first floor of 63 Old Compton Street, before moving to his infamous shop which was located at 41 Great Pultney Street in Soho, his rise to notoriety began as he started designing for many home grown pop stars such as Cliff Richard, Tommy Steele, and Adam Faith in the late 1950s.
The late Brian Epstein introduced the band to Dougie in 1962 and he proceeded to make the collar-less jackets the Beatles wore at the height of Beatlemania as well as their stage suits for the movies “Hard day’s night” and HELP! . Millings made more than 500 outfits for the band including their own personal clothing over the course of his career as well as many other famous personalities including Sammy Davis Junior, Warren Beatty, Richard Chamberlain, Rex Harrison, Roy Orbison and the Everly brothers to name but a few… Gordon recalls his father’s tailoring history. Still in his possession are many of the original patterns, unique lapel shapers and pocket draughts, these coupled with the amazing photographs, letters of commendation and relevant original invoices place “Dougie” right at the heart of tailoring in the sixties and seventies. A new union Gordon has been asked on more occasion’s than he can remember to authenticate, recreate and recant the history of both his and his fathers tailoring past. Considered a leading authority on sixties and seventies tailoring to the stars Gordon sought to find a creative bespoke cutter that could emulate and bring up to date his father’s ideas and designs making them relevant today.
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