POSTS USING TAG 'coatmaker'

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
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

OTHER POSTS OF INTEREST
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
This is a dress coat for a hunt ball. You can tell because the lapel is white – on an actual hunting coat the lapel would be red. The collar varies depending on the hunt the wearer belongs to. T... Read More
As crocus and daffodils begin to appear and the days last longer, it’s a sure sign that the harsh winter is fading and spring is just around the corner. It’s time for some colour and our S... Read More
We have a greater range of summer cloths this year, with a particular range from Solbiati selected to hang in longer lengths on the rails. The great advantage of this is that customers can drape them ... Read More
With the British summer coming to a close, we here at Anderson & Sheppard are looking forward to the onset of autumn. With the bright coloured linens and cottons that we have seen go through the makin... Read More