This basted fitting is in a fancy navy cloth, with alternating beaded stripes. From a distance, a sober business combination, but hidden depths.
A finished fawn, single-breasted tweed jacket in windowpane check. The checks are in a rather nice combination of blue and turquoise. Three patch pockets, the hip pockets having flaps as well
A single breasted jacket in fawn corduroy, ready for a forward fitting. Particularly nice are the slanted pockets, which include a ticket pocket.
Sir Laurence Olivier’s tux
From the archives, Sir Laurence Olivier’s black tie from 1954. At bottom, you can see Sir Laurence’s entry in the log book, including a reference from Noel Coward.