We have now added a lot more garment to our commissions page. This will be updated a lot more regularly now we are in our new home….
Check it out and let us know what you think
In light of our recent move to Cheltenham House we thought it was high time we looked at the opening hours too. One of the reasons for the move was to get more flexibility over our hours and to better serve our clients.
From the feedback over the last few weeks and reviewing the bookings we have taken we have updated our opening hours as below
Never ones to rest on our laurels we are always looking at ways to grow and improve. With this in mind it is with great pleasure we announce that we have moved to brand new city centres premises.
Although we always favour a timeless style its important to not stand still. Whilst we aim for a look and a style that transcends time we also consistently look for improvements. Its in our nature.
With this in mind we felt it was time to give our patch pockets a bit of a reworking. The previous shape was very much an older English style with a pretty square pocket with rounded edges.
This has been updated to a more rounded shape, curving in towards the mouth of the pocket. The rear of the pocket is also raised giving a slight tilt towards the front. Overall is a more modern shape and with its roots in the Neapolitan style.
As always, they are in limited quantities so best to order very soon!
This season includes a number of gorgeous tweeds from Abraham Moons, stunning flannels from Vitale Barberis Canonico and beautiful check jacketing blends from Di Pray.
We are pleased to announce that we have added Loro Piana to our house fabric ranges. These fabrics are available from stock meaning shorter lead times and better prices.
One of the questions we are often asked by clients when they are selecting cloth is “have you got anything made up that i can look at?” We keep around 20 suits and jackets in stock in different sizes, mainly to assess fit and posture. But we ensure they are also styled slightly different to show all the possibilities available. We also have all our current works going through and items for fittings at various stages. So at any one time we can have upwards of 30 different garments to show people. But its still not enough.