Moss should top the tailoring shops but comes nowhere near rivals in any category.
This is pure suiting, though the offer is split between classic and contemporary styles. Ted Baker brings the most directional slant, with narrow lapels on a slim-fit 2sb jacket, while this is the only store to carry French Connection tailoring, albeit only one option. Classic Italian- style tailoring comes from Lanificio F.lli Cerruti Dal 1881. There are fashion duffle coats and classic overcoats. Classic machine washable suits also feature.
A difficult unit to make work, the store is split into two rooms, the front housing retail and the back housing a reasonable hire department. However, the sales floor is so cramped that the extremely attentive staff were regularly moving fixtures just to enable customers to see the shirt display.
Menswear is driven by price promotions, but Moss has taken these to the next level, borrowing “two for” deals and the like upon which TM Lewin has built its business. Who prey tell will be taking up the two overcoats for £400 deal? Machine-washable suits from Blazer are £179 - pricey against M&S. Five suits from Ted Baker Endurance are a justifiable £249 due to styling and details.