With 450 years of combined tailoring expertise, it comes as no surprise that anything made by Gieves and Hawkes is created with military precision. The company’s flagship home in the oldest Georgian building in London’s most stylish street, is a fitting personification of this heritage brand: it is quintessentially English – and this is not something that money can usually buy.
I have a passion for quality leather shoes, but when I want expert advice, I look at Justin FitzPatrick’s blog The Shoe Snob. For those of you who frequent Savile Row, you will have seen his professional shoe shine stand in the prestigious London tailors Gieves & Hawkes. In this article you will get a great introduction to Justin and get inside information from The Shoe Snob in the form of an exclusive interview.
Timothy Everest’s summer 2011 collection is here. Cobalt blue, Dusty Pink and Prince of Wales check are all in magnificent detail.