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TimMureau

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Gepost op: 24 september 2006 – 17:50:28
Op onze amerikaanse varriant vond ik deze lijst met adressen:

Anderson & Sheppard: http://www.anderson-sheppard.co.uk/ --After years of shunning the Internet, has begun 2006 with a new website with a decidedly modern look. Steadfastly single-minded in its approach, this is the Row's leading exponent and purveyor of the soft suit. Some swear by it; some swear at it...but there is no question that A&S remains a major force. Clad Prince Charles in its double-breasteds for years.

Richard Anderson: http://www.richardandersonltd.com/bespoke.html -- former Huntsman cutter who some on this Forum think is now more Huntsman than Huntsman; recently acquired one of the Row's oldest firms, Strickland and Sons

Benson & Clegg: http://www.bensonandclegg.com/ -- just off the Row, George VI's tailor, traditional in a rather cosmopolitan sort of way, noted for their evening wear, rather reasonably priced and fine array of buttons and badges

Darren Beaman: http://www.savile-row.com/ -- lots of discussion elsewhere on this Forum.

Ozwald Boateng: http://www.ozwaldboateng.co.uk/main.html -- fashion-forward, lots of colour, unique, this isn't your father's Savile Row

Tom Brown: http://www.lgmn.org.uk/tombrown/index.cfm -- Over 200 years of service to Old Etonians, history and tradition run high both at Eton and on Sackville Street

Chester Barrie: http://www.chesterbarrie.co.uk/ -- has opened a new store in the Row, handtailoring but not necessarily bespoke

Davies & Son: http://www.daviesandsonsavilerow.com/ -- venerable firm given new life by Alam Bennett and the acquisition of several noted firms including Johns & Pegg, James & James, and Wells; classic silhouette

Dege-Skinner: http://www.dege-skinner.co.uk/ -- a long history with a strong military/equestrian tone and a preference for a real shape with a noticable waist and fuller coat at the chest and hips yet surprisingly flexible in meeting customer wants and needs, well regarded and visited for their country clothes

Timothy Everest: http://www.timothyeverest.co.uk/home.html --former Nutter apprentice now among the leaders of the "New Bespoke" movement

Gieves & Hawkes: http://www.gievesandhawkes.com/ -- impressively housed at #1 Savile Row, lots of military history and with major forays into ready-to-wear

Hardie Amies: http://www.hardyamies.com/ -- was a major figure in British fashion -- dressmaker to the Queen; costume designer for 2001: A Space Odyssey; knighted in 1989; the firm remains an international fashion house

Anthony Hewitt: http://www.aj-hewitt.co.uk/ -- housed Vincents of Savile Row, now owns Airey & Wheeler as well

Stephen Hitchcock: http://www.stevenhitchcock.co.uk/ -- former Anderson & Sheppard apprentice now making soft suits on his own. You can find his blog at http://www.savilerow.blogs.com

H. Huntsman: http://www.h-huntsman.com/ -- said to have the Row's top prices and still making a very sleek but firm signature one-button coat

James & James (incorporated into Davies & Son): http://www.jamesjames.co.uk/ -- noted for acquisition of Scholte's business and later advocacy of fusing, now nicely housed in Davies with its more traditional methods

Richard James: http://www.richardjames.co.uk/ -- a leader of the "new" Savile Row, jazzy fashions, RJMan can comment

Johns & Pegg: (incorporated into Davies & Son): http://www.johnsandpegg.uk.com/SCC/Wells/JohnsPegg.nsf -- longstanding and noted military tailors; Scholte was a cutter there!

Kilgour: http://www.8savilerow.com/ and its new site at www.kilgour.eu/ -- a strong pedigree yet the former Kilgour, French & Stanbury can be quite contemporary and international in approach with a modest approach to shape

Thomas Mahon: http:// www.ThomasMahon.co.uk -- former Anderson & Sheppard staffer now tailoring stylishly on his own; his blog (http://www.englishcut.com/) has given him a voice -- and us some insights -- on the Row and its denizens

Manning & Manning: http://www.manning-and-manning.com/ -- won an Emmy for costume design; historically very flexible in approach; has moved more and more to made-to-measure

Norton & Sons: http://www.nortonandsons.co.uk/ -- dates back to the early nineteenth century, classic English country look, but recently sold and now under new ownership

John Pearse: http://www.johnpearse.co.uk/ -- Soho-based, avant garde (at least to my eye)

Henry Poole: http://www.henrypoole.com/ -- virtually synonomous with Savile Row, now celebrating its 200th anniversary: classic timeless quality

Mark Powell: http://www.markpowellbespoke.co.uk/flash/index.htm -- a bit eccentric with a touch of the East End in his styling, lots of film folks among the clientele

Maurice Sedwell: http://www.savilerowtailor.com/ -- the well-regarded Andrew Ramroop presides over this house still making well-bred suits and quality garments with a keen attention to detail but willing to be quite adventurous in terms of look and style

Wells (incorporated into Davies & Son): http://www.wells-london.uk.com/SCC/Wells/Wells.nsf -- once one of the Row's biggest tailoring houses; now a nice fit at Davies

Steed: www.steed.co.uk -- Tom Mahon's former partner Edwin Deboise. Not sure why Patrick Macnee hasn't sued them.

Denman & Goddard www.denman-goddard.co.uk -- proud of their "house tie" as used by Harry Pendel

Ede & Ravenscroft www.edeandravenscroft.co.uk -- robe makers since 1689; bespoke tailors although they seem mostly to provide RTW and MTM as well as legal attire.

Billings & Edmonds www.billingsandedmonds.co.uk -- school tailors

Charlie Allen www.charlieallen.co.uk

Segun Adelaja www.segunadelaja.co.uk -- worked for Ozwald Boateng, but appears to be more of a real tailor

Nick Tentis www.nicktentis.com

Norton & Sons www.nortonandsons.co.uk -- was up for sale earlier, may be defunct

Spencer Hart www.spencerhart.co.uk -- worked for Timothy Everest and Chester Barrie, but not a tailor.

Chester Barrie www.chesterbarrie.co.uk -- not sure whether they actually do bespoke although their website intimates they do -- thought it would just be the Cheshire Clothing MTM. Attempting to appeal to wider audience with "White Label" fused clothing.

Tobias Davis www.tobiastailors.co.uk -- formerly on the Row


Edward Sexton www.worldpub.com/2/sexton/ -- world's worst publicity, very surprising for a man who used to employ a New York PR to alert the gossip columns whenever he came into town.


Allicht leuk voor de London gangers dacht ik zo...
En zo kan de SF้r zien dat de britten ook hele mooie dingen maken!

Sorry voor eht Engels ik had geen zin om het te vertalen. maar jullie spreken allemaal wel Engels dacht ik zo  :wink:
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Reactie #1 Gepost op: 24 september 2006 – 20:16:15
=D>  Goed werk...
Kan ik mijn favorites lijst weer eens updaten!!
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Reactie #2 Gepost op: 24 september 2006 – 21:02:17
Applaus Tim!

Tom Brown ... niet te verwarren met Tom Browne (NYC)
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Reactie #3 Gepost op: 04 april 2007 – 20:04:24
Filmpje over Henry Poole de Savile Row tailor

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Reactie #4 Gepost op: 04 april 2007 – 20:49:51
Citaat van: "TimMureau"
Filmpje over Henry Poole de Savile Row tailor



Leuk filmpje!
Hun site is overigens ook best fraai!
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Reactie #5 Gepost op: 22 april 2007 – 23:42:24
Is inderdaad een erg fraaie site.
Hun spullen zijn ook van fraaie kwaliteit overegins.

Dit is ook nog een leuke site www.edwardsexton.co.uk/

Deze tailor maakt ook prachtige pakken en hij heeft leuke accesoires in zijn winkel  :wink:
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Reactie #6 Gepost op: 23 april 2007 – 16:19:09
dit zijn de betere bijdragen  :idea:
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but by killing those who opposed them"

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Reactie #7 Gepost op: 24 april 2007 – 14:16:41
De straat waar Edward Sexton zit is zoiezo wel de moeite waard. Dta is namenlijk Beauchamp place, ook ''Piero Zuliani Roma'' zit daar dat is niet Brits maar wel een erg leuke zaak met mooie spullen.
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Reactie #8 Gepost op: 20 juni 2007 – 18:56:59
Tijdens het werk vanmiddag nog naar Royal Ascot Races gekeken.Leuke van deze races is dat zij er ook style items tussen de races door hebben.Vanmiddag items over Emma Willes shirtmaker Ede and Ravenscroft Bespoke Tailors Lock&Co Hatters en Lobb shoemaker.
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Reactie #9 Gepost op: 23 juni 2007 – 18:51:26
Citaat van: "TimMureau"
Filmpje over Henry Poole de Savile Row tailor


Nog een filmpje over Henry Poole:

Angus Cundey, machtigste man bij Henry Poole, vertelt over de historie van Henry Poole.

En Andrew Ramroop van Maurice Sedwell vertelt o.a. over de Italiaanse invloeden in zijn werk.
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Reactie #10 Gepost op: 23 juni 2007 – 20:27:10
Youtube is en blijft leuk.
Een aantal episodes van House of Boateng op youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/FrankSpinatra
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Reactie #11 Gepost op: 23 juni 2007 – 21:32:02
:D
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Reactie #12 Gepost op: 24 juni 2007 – 19:33:52
Mark Powell Bespoke vind dat filmpje wel leuk...........onder de link the adverts.
http://www.markpowellbespoke.co.uk/flash/flash.htm
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Reactie #13 Gepost op: 05 september 2007 – 19:52:08
Richard James heeft tegenover zijn vestiging op Savile Row een nieuwe store geopend enkel voor zijn Bespoke werk - Clifford Street 19.

Ook in Japan - Tokio opent de man deze maand een nieuwe winkel.

http://www.richardjames.co.uk
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Reactie #14 Gepost op: 06 september 2007 – 23:03:39
Filmpje van men.style.com: Paul Smith
http://video.men.style.com/?rf=bm
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