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Savile Row Style magazine, Spring 2017

Catch up with the current edition of Savile Row Style. INSIDE: Tom Corby on Lord Snowdon, the Maverick Royal Tailor David Ward on why Savile Row needs protection Tim Newark on his favourite London clubs Robin Dutt interviews actor Simon Callow Helena Nicklin’s wine column…

Lena goes for Mughal opulence

Photographer Miro Arva went to No 6, Sackville Street, the longstanding traditional tailors’ building, to capture the new jacket produced by designer Lena McCroary. The jacket features embroidered pearl crocodiles, diamante fringing, gold work snakes and bees and an embellished peacock. Lena said: “All the…

Fall from grace of London’s first dandy

Some 30 years before he died in 1840, penniless and insane in an asylum outside Caen in France, Beau Brummell was one of the most influential figures in regency England. A friend of the future king, he was an arbiter of men’s fashion and dominated…

Riki walks off with Golden Shears

Gieves and Hawkes apprentice Riki Brockman fought off stiff competition to win the much-coveted 2017 Golden Shears award on Monday night. Having passed the first stage of the competition judged by a panel of top bespoke tailors, Riki went on to win the final in a…

Winter Edition, 2016-2017

Feast your eyes on this new edition, printed and primed to give readers some sartorial things to think about. October’s newsletter is a taste of what’s to be found within the pages of Publications UK’s latest magazine. From cover to close you can expect the likes of David…

Standing up for Savile Row

David Ward, an experienced Savile Row tailor, has worked with some of the biggest names in the business, including Henry Poole and Huntsman. Here, he argues that Savile Row has a unique place in history which deserves to be protected Savile Row tailors are a…

Travel special: The delights of Norway

By Daniel Evans Visit Oslo and the Nobel Peace Center should be essential viewing for anyone with a sense of history. Although Alfred Nobel was Swedish and settled four of his prizes in his home country, he decided that the prize for peace – initially…