Tag : Savile Row
US tariffs 'catastrophic' to UK-made fashionSubscription
UK manufacturers and brands have told Drapers they will be unable to absorb the impending 25% tariff on UK clothing exported to the US, and job losses are likely to result.
Parisian bespoke and ready-to-wear tailor, Cifonelli, will open its first UK store in London this September.
Hackett to open on Savile RowSubscription
British heritage menswear brand Hackett London will open a flagship store on Savile Row.
Hardy Amies Savile Row store closesSubscription
The Hardy Amies store on Savile Row has closed after the British heritage menswear brand entered administration in January.
Savile Row measures upSubscription
Improvement works to Savile Row aim to ensure the iconic London shopping street is cut out to attract a wave of new visitors to Mayfair when the Elizabeth Line, formally known as Crossrail, opens next year. Drapers looks at how “The Row” is remaining at the heart of tailoring.
Smart choices: why men's tailoring is boomingSubscription
From formalwear to casual blazers, on the catwalks and on the high street, menswear is smartening up its act. So what is driving the trend?
Construction on the first section of the new Elizabeth line of the London Underground is nearing the finish line, heralding a potential 44% increase in sales in London’s West End by 2021. Drapers takes a look at how retailers plan to make the most of it when it opens in December.
Not-for-profit organisation Fashion Enter has been appointed as the preferred training provider for the Savile Row Bespoke Association.
Trinity Brands moves UK HQ out of Savile RowSubscription
Menswear business Trinity Brands is relocating its Savile Row head office functions to Marylebone, in a bid to save costs.
British tailoring business English Cut is being marketed for sale, after it fell into administration last week.
“Over the years we have had all sorts of dramas and we’ve got through it,” said Angus Cundey, chairman of Savile Row’s founding tailor, as he explained why he sees Brexit as an opportunity for UK manufacturing and British brands.
Savile Row protected by new planning rulesSubscription
Famous tailoring district Savile Row is among five historic London addresses that have been given special planning protection by Westminster Council.
Mark Henderson, chairman of Savile Row tailor Gieves & Hawkes and London Luxury Quarter, which represents high-end retailers in Mayfair, St James’s and Piccadilly, sees opportunities for the luxury sector following the weakened pound post-Brexit vote.
Armed with a strong family legacy and a loyal workforce, James Eden is now focused on taking his Made in Manchester message into new categories and territories.
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