How the eyes of the world returned to Savile Row and its new tailors
On how James is making bespoke fashionable
How Boateng has brought the celebrity back to tailoring
How the tailor first got into fashion and met Tommy Nutter
Since the days of Henry Poole in the mid-1800s, the home of British tailoring has seen many subtle shifts in the character of its designers and clientele. The 1960s saw the likes of Nutters bring a modern flourish to the street, and three 'New Generation' designers are credited with keeping Savile Row ahead of the times:
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