For all that it’s seen as a bastion of steadfast, stiff-upper-lip Englishness, Savile Row has always been a place of shifting sands. Tailoring houses have hopped from one address to another, others have swallowed up their failing rivals, new blood has appeared regularly to shake up the establishment while other tailors have come and gone. [...]
Suits with waistcoats are in style. From City AM’s Suits and the City supplement.
Contrast collar shirts are back in the City – from City AM’s Suits and the City supplement
Having just won Menswear Designer of the Year 2010, the man behind E Tautz and Savile Row’s Norton & Sons discusses the return of English style
How to make the most of the dinner suit
Bespoke need not just apply to your suit.
The linen suit is highly adaptable for casual wear too
Since men everywhere fell under the spell of Don Draper, a neat white strip in the breast pocket has been a de rigueur suit accessory. It helped too that the crisp lines and white on grey tones suited fashion’s move towards sober asceticism. But hey, summer’s here, the sun’s out, and such sombre restraint is [...]
There’s no point owning an expensive suit if the shoes you wear with it don’t look the business.
A new coalition of styles as well as of politics – comparing Cameron and Clegg’s suits
Pinstripes have no place in the age of austerity, but there are subtler textures around to make suits interesting
Advice for Ascot attendees and wedding guests on traditional formalwear
Advice on shorts wearing from Patrick Grant of Norton & Son / E Tautz Wearing shorts is a male fashion minefield, and always has been. In the 70s and 80s they were ball-crunchingly small, in the 90s they became vast and billowing, and in the Noughties they begat the crime against taste and rationality that [...]
I meet the doyenne of the luxury men’s footwear and leather brand