Edward Sexton returns to Savile Row with brand new flagship store designed by Studio Hopwood

Edward Sexton is pleased to announce the opening of its new flagship store, located at the heart of Savile Row, the spiritual home of British bespoke tailoring.
Edward Sexton, No.35 Savile Row.

In collaboration with renowned interior designer Daniel Hopwood, this new store brings the Sexton story full-circle, and represents a homecoming to the street where the tailoring house began. Located at No.35 Savile Row, the store is just up the street from the first shop that Edward Sexton worked from with his then business partner, Tommy Nutter, when they co-founded Nutter’s of Savile Row in 1969, which makes this return to the Row particularly poignant as Sexton moves into his sixth decade working in bespoke tailoring. The flagship’s interior has been designed by Hopwood and his studio team to transport clients into the glamorous, ever-so-slightly rebellious world of Edward Sexton; with dark, indulgent design features throughout. The large central marble island evokes a familiar, bar-like feel for clients to gather round and socialise, and doubles as a bespoke tailor’s cutting table. Two fitting rooms are separated by plush navy velvet brocade curtains, finished with standing
mirrors and midcentury furniture.


November 2022


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