POSTS USING TAG 'sewing'

Learning how to sew on a button is one of the first things you’re taught when you join Anderson & Sheppard as an apprentice. I was taught within the first couple of days, but it’s a job I&... Read More
The first thing you need to learn if you’re going to work as a tailor is how to use the thimble. It goes on your middle finger and pushes through the needle that’s being held in your thumb... Read More
I suppose I’ve been interested in working with my hands my whole life. My mother and father pushed us to be creative when we were children. We had a huge table full of coloured paints, threads, ... Read More

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We love pink on men in the Summer.View all our our Pink Pieces in our online shop here Read More
We are very excited to present our collaboration with French bespoke glove maker Lavabre Cadet and Simon Crompton.At our Clifford Street shop a selection of gloves will be available made-to-order, alo... Read More
A tropical-weight pinstripe suit, double breasted in a Super-150 cloth. It will feature cuffs on the sleeves Read More
When I first joined Anderson & Sheppard I quickly realised there was a lot to learn about how the organisation works and every process is related. You just have to observe the logistics, the customer ... 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