Style September 2017
Vitale Barberis Canonico: A Sartorial Collaboration
The oldest family-run fabric mill in the world, Vitale Barberis Canonico produces the finest fabrics money can buy, as Karl-Edwin Guerre discovered when collaborating with three maestros of tailoring.
Style May 2017
Orazio Luciano: Re-Cutting The Pattern
The clothing might be soft, lightweight and unstructured, but Orazio Luciano became a hugely successful purveyor of Neapolitan tailoring by being anything but.
Craft May 2017
Zaremba Bespoke: Survival of the Fitter
The name Zaremba is a derivative of Polish zarabac ‘to hack or chop’, belying the beautifully cut suits on offer at a tailoring house whose history is entwined with politics, performance art and personality.
News February 2017
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, artisans and haberdasheries.
Style September 2015
Kinsmen of the Row
Having both been trained and creating under Anderson & Sheppard, Steven and John Hitchcock are known for their soft tailoring style.