POSTS USING TAG 'apprenticeships'

I was pleased to be invited to the BTBA Dinner by Mr Hitchcock but I was missing a dinner suit of my own.Thankfully, Mr Spencer, Mr Powell and Mr Haynes offered to make one for me using a perfect patt... Read More
After studying at the London College of Fashion I came to Anderson & Sheppard for a day on work experience. I really enjoyed it and thanks to a well chosen packet of biscuits (well it helped) I was lu... Read More
It’s been 1 ½ years since I started my coat making apprenticeship. Having undergone work experience at the main shop at 32 Old Burlington Street, I had been working with David Walters on ... Read More
 Jennie has worked so hard and it was great to see her do so well at the Golden Shears this year. At Anderson & Sheppard, apprenticeships play a really important role in securing the continued su... Read More

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I have been working at Anderson and Sheppard for 22 years, and Alfie has been here for nearly 2 years. We work in the dispatch department downstairs in the bespoke shop. Our job here is to pack and ar... Read More
These lightweight merino sweaters are new to our Clifford Street shop.The V-neck and polo merino sweaters are perfect for autumn;  wear them under a sports jacket to work and on weekends.Find our... Read More
In the year since I last contributed to The Notebook, I’ve gradually developed my tailoring skills to improve both accuracy and speed.I work under Paolo Nicodemi, and he’s been very good a... Read More
When the jackets come back from the fitting, it is our job as the coat makers to give shape to the fronts.The tools used for this job and in general on any stage of the making process should be chosen... Read More
Handkerchief, hanky, pockets square - there are a number of names we use to describe them. But before the term 'handkerchief'  was adopted, it was more common place for it to be referred to a 'ke... Read More