Tag: Savile Row
The Buddha of Mount Street: Doug Hayward
Doug Hayward was the ‘showbiz tailor’, a man who rose from modest surroundings to clothe and befriend stars of the sixties such as Michael Caine, Terence Stamp and Roger Moore.
Six Things To See And Do At London Craft Week
The Rake presents a carefully considered edit of the most interesting, intriguing and indulgent events on at this year’s London Craft Week.
The Timeless Elegance of British Drape
The Rake speaks to the masters of British drape – a tailoring discipline that’s both elegant and relaxed; traditional and deeply personal.
Huntsman: Savile Row’s Supreme Structuralists
Savile Row’s Huntsman is the master when it comes to structured tailoring that ennobles the wearer.
Huntsman Savile Row’s Tweed Competition
The Rake’s own Tom Chamberlin reports from the final of Huntsman’s tweed competition.
Peak Luxury: Limited Edition Huntsman and Tengri Khangai Yak Cloth
Huntsman’s new Tengri-developed cloth is both sumptuous and sustainable. The Rake discovers the story behind this fascinating new quality.
Simon Says: Permanent Style Presents Pop-Up Shop
Permanent Style’s Simon Crompton has launched his very own pop-up shop on Savile Row, which features a refined and upstanding range of brands, ar...
Generation Game: Introducing Montague Ede Bespoke
The Rake meets with Antonia Ede, a Savile Row stalwart who has broken with tradition to found her own bespoke house, and who isn’t afraid to do things a little differently.