Tag : tailoring
Hawes & Curtis to launch made-to-measure suitingSubscription
Jermyn Street shirtmaker Hawes & Curtis is debuting a made-to-measure suiting service as it launches its second Oxford Street store, Drapers has learned.
The Baird Group has outlined plans to “re-energise” Ben Sherman, after extending its UK licence for the brand to the end of 2023.
Chester Barrie steps into the futureSubscription
Savile Row tailor Chester Barrie has redesigned its store on the iconic London street to reflect its brand handwriting and attract a new wave of tailoring fans.
US heritage brand Brooks Brothers celebrates 200 years in business in 2018. As it revamps its UK store offering, Drapers looks at the history of success and future developments for the business.
M&S launches recycled suitSubscription
M&S’s menswear team has launched a recycled wool blend suit for autumn 17.
Menswear sales and product expert James Mickleburgh died aged 53 on Monday 22 January, after a year-long battle with cancer.
Moss Bros revenues edge up Subscription
Rising store sales and online growth helped revenues at men’s tailoring retailer Moss Bros to edge up 1.4% to £65.4m for the 26 weeks to 27 July 2019. However, losses grew and margins took a hit.
Carolyn Springett, CEO of heritage men’s tailoring business New & Lingwood, speaks to Drapers about fuelling growth and maintaining heritage for the 152-year-old brand.
New brand The Deck to open London store Subscription
New womenswear tailoring brand The Deck is launching this spring with a flagship on London’s King’s Road, Drapers can reveal.
Richard James opens US storeSubscription
Savile Row tailor Richard James has started its international expansion with the opening of its first US store, on Park Avenue in New York.