POSTS USING TAG 'pattern'

I have been working under Les as a coat cutter for over a year now and one of my favourite parts of the bespoke process it striking in. Les has spent a lot of time showing me how to strike in correctl... 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

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You can now follow Anderson and Sheppard’s Instagram page on your smartphone, tablet and laptop. See the latest pictures of our ready to wear ranges, bespoke tailoring, news and events and ... Read More
During the last few months I've been learning how to make the different types of fittings. I began by learning how to close the shoulders of the jacket and distributing the fullness evenly. After the ... Read More
These are among a few of my favourite seersucker and linen cloths from the Solbiati collection we’re offering at the moment. I particularly like the range on offer: the seersuckers go from stand... Read More
Thursday 6th December 2012 will forever be remembered as being a historic day for Anderson & Sheppard.  For over 20 years HRH The Prince of Wales has been having suits made with us, and Mr Hitchc... Read More
As an apprentice cutter, striking in jobs under Mr Hall's supervision is a job that I undertake. With any job the first step is to check the cloth for any faults that it may have. We also check the pi... Read More