POSTS USING TAG 'choosewool'

We were honoured to welcome David Sue and Phil Rowbottom from Rowensville Ultra Fine Merino Stud to the bespoke shop.The Rowensville merino flock was established in 1976 by purchasing 600 pure Chatswo... Read More
My mentor Jennie and I visited the Abraham Moon & Sons mill last Monday. I had used their cloth to make the tweed jacket I displayed at the Dumfries House Wool conference earlier this year in Septembe... Read More

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One of the first things I had to learn was cutting and arranging all the extra parts of the coat that aren’t cut upstairs – the pockets, the lining and the flaps. It’s called fixing ... Read More
Liberty, Max, Matthew and Finnan in the latest Telegraph Luxury Magazine Men's Style Special. The piece focuses on one of the foundations of Anderson & Sheppard - our talented apprentices.National App... Read More
I have just completed my third week of training as a Trouser Maker at Anderson and Sheppard, which isn't anything unusual, except that I had spent the last four years as a Coat Cutter at the bespoke s... Read More
I liked the detailing on this tweed sports coat we had through recently. It's in a lovat green with a blue and red over check. The brown horn buttons on the cuff look particularly nice and you can see... Read More
The mid grey triple stripe is back after a leave of absence and numerous requests. Designed exclusively for us by cloth merchant H. Lesser, in 2000 we refined the design by bringing the three stripes ... Read More