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

OTHER POSTS OF INTEREST
We often have a collection of spare collars here in the workshop. They tend to be the result of a customer changing his mind on something, for example wanting an extension collar on a tweed jacket bec... Read More
I went to New York for the first time this past month for the Anderson & Sheppard visit. Professionally the experience was great. It opens your eyes to the way the trips function, the number of client... Read More
Just one of the suits cut by Leon Powell for our shop floor, a bespoke navy classic flannel double breasted suit, cloth is Holland & Sherry 753205 9oz and is styled with our wool/silk ikat pocket sqau... Read More
Last Friday I attended the first ever wool conference held at Dumfries House in Scotland. The event was organised by Campaign for Wool and it gathered the key members of the wool industry encompassing... Read More
Looking at previous blog posts it appears that we have no information on the side seams. This is probably because it is not as photogenic as some of the other processes however it is just as important... Read More