Tag : tailoring
Simon Berwin is leading Berwin & Berwin, maker of men’s suiting for more than 130 years, into a brave new post-Brexit era.
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.
The man re-tailoring Hugo BossSubscription
Since becoming CEO of Hugo Boss in 2016, Mark Langer has been reconfiguring the brand for the future.
British tailoring business English Cut is being marketed for sale, after it fell into administration last week.
Tailor Made's high-tech approach to traditionSubscription
Heritage bespoke tailoring gets a modern update at the new Tailor Made store in London’s Belgravia.
Suitsupply: an omnichannel tailoring disruptorSubscription
Maverick Suitsupply founder Fokke de Jong has found a niche providing high-quality, unusual designs at accessible price points, and, like his brand, is determined not to fit in.
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?
As the British tailoring business turns 70, third-generation family owner and managing director Simon Cope is rebranding and expanding with a new store concept.
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.
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.