POSTS USING TAG 'corduroy'

The Clifford Street Haberdashery has 11 different trouser styles for our customers to get acquainted with. Specially developed by the Trouser Cutters at the bespoke shop in Old Burlington street; ther... Read More
The design of this bespoke green corduroy jacket is elevated by its bellows pockets - hip and outbreast - and half belt. Worn with a roll neck sweater and woollen handkerchief from the Clifford Street... Read More
A single breasted jacket in fawn corduroy, ready for a forward fitting. Particularly nice are the slanted pockets, which include a ticket pocket Read More
When customers know what they want in a style, they will sometimes order many of the same model in different colours, to give themselves the greatest range of options.That was the case with the custom... Read More

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In my last post here on The Notebook I talked about the ways in which you can wear tailoring casually – it’s not all about business suits.The jacket above is another good example of tailor... Read More
We have finalised the dates for our Spring trunk shows:GERMANY Frankfurt- Tuesday 21st FebruaryHamburg - Thursday 23rd February USANew York - Monday 27th to Friday 31st MarchWashington - Monday 3... Read More
Loro Piana Cloth Representative, Gregorio Davico popped into the bespoke shop to show us some new cloth and have a chat with us. Gregorio has taken over from Gareth Crowe, who sadly passed away last y... Read More
These cotton indigo pocket squares and neckerchiefs have just arrived at the Haberdashery and are available in a range of prints and patterns.Indigo dye has been used dating as far back as 2000 B... Read More
Black and white Lamlana single breasted Prince of Wales jacket paying homage to Fred Astaire's original Anderson & Sheppard jacket. Styled with our five button cashmere cardigan and silk spotted tie. ... Read More