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M&S relaunches Sartorial collection

Marks & Spencer is relaunching its Sartorial suiting collection this September after a redesign by the retailer’s tailoring collaborator Timothy Everest.

The new Sartorial range will be part of the retailer’s 125 heritage range and inspired by Savile Row tailoring. It will include suits, shirts and ties and feature British sartorial references such as opulent fabrics, classic stripes and bold colours.

Everest worked on the original launch of the Sartorial collection before moving on to work on M&S’ Autograph line.

The Sartorial range also celebrates 10 years of Timothy Everest working on M&S tailoring. Everest said: “I love working with M&S and it’s great to work together on this project, using my true heritage and skill to develop this exciting, Savile Row inspired collection. I’ve made sure every detail exudes classic Savile Row tailoring with great quality fabrics and finish.”

 

Readers' comments (2)

  • Sartorial range / heritage range / Savile Row tailoring/ British sartorial references / true heritage / Savile Row inspired collection / I’ve made sure every detail exudes classic Savile Row tailoring with great quality fabrics and finish.”

    So what part of China is Savill Row in ?

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  • Dear Einstein,

    How do you spell Savile?

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