AT ANDERSON & SHEPPARD WE FOLLOW THE TRADITIONS OF SAVILE ROW, DRESSING THE INDIVIDUAL CLIENT.
Below are two films featuring cutting, tailoring and training from our cutting room and workrooms:
How to make a Savile Row Suit (Part 1) – with Anderson & Sheppard | FASHION AS DESIGN
Follow the making of a bespoke three-piece suit in the style of Savile Row at the helm of one of the best British tailors, Anderson & Sheppard. Behind a drawn curtain, a master cutter takes an initial series of 27 measurements: twenty for the jacket, seven for the trousers. From these measurements, the cutter fashions a pattern in heavy brown paper. At the cutter’s table, the cloth is cut in using heavy shears, and the many pieces of fabric are rolled for each garment into tiny packages that await the tailors.
How to make a Savile Row Suit (Part 2) – with Anderson & Sheppard | FASHION AS DESIGN
The bundles with cloth and trimmings for overcoats, jackets, waistcoats and trousers are sent to, or picked up by, our specialist tailors. This film follows bespoke garments through the making and fitting processes.