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Image Gallery: First look inside Timothy Everest's Shoreditch store

To celebrate his brand’s 25th anniversary, Timothy Everest has opened his latest store on Shoreditch’s Redchurch Street (November 26), offering a mix of ready-to-wear, tailoring and exclusive collaborations with emerging brands.

The first floor of the new store features Everest’s Tailored Casual ready-to-wear collection, which includes tailored parkas in a variety of British cloths such as Harris Tweed, alongside tailored workwear in Japanese triple-weave wool cloth, outerwear in Japanese Moonface Jersey and indigo patchwork shirts. On the lower ground floor is the bespoke space, manned by a dedicated, on-site pattern cutter. Spanning travel blazers and suiting, the core tailoring is merchandised along with socks, ties, scarves, pocket squares, belts and a range of small leather goods handcrafted in Japan. 

The Redchurch Street store also sells a range of complementary products including footwear from Paraboot, Oak Street Bootmakers and Doek, knitwear by North Sea Clothing, bags from Troubadour, Stanley & Sons and South2 West8 and sweatshirts from Merz B Schwanen.

Designed by architect Chris Dyson to reflect Everest’s take on deconstructed tailoring, the store concept references the Georgian architecture of Everest’s Elder Street bespoke house and store on Mayfair’s Bruton Place as a nod to the brand’s quarter century in fashion. 

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