POSTS USING TAG 'spring'

Now that Spring is upon us we move from our cosy wool and tweeds to our soft cottons and linens.Our tobacco linen work jacket is worn with our crew neck cotton sweater, linen shirt, elasticated platte... 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
This time of year brings change: light for dark, new growth everywhere and still a chill. So while the winter coats are put away, we still need an extra layer for the shady side of the street.The knit... Read More

OTHER POSTS OF INTEREST
It’s been an exciting few weeks, with the Clifford Street shop opening at last. We’ve been pleasantly surprised by how busy the street is and by the reaction to the window displays. When w... Read More
While Mr. Hitchcock and Colin were away the orders were being sent down the wire every day, so life was very busy here at the shop. We were able to have the cloth ordered, getting it ready for us all ... Read More
Last night Colin Heywood, John Malone, Leon Powell, Martin Crawford, Sam Labone and I represented Anderson & Sheppard at this years Bespoke Tailors Benevolent Association dinner.Formed from a merger o... Read More
An array of lightweight suitings, linens, frescos as well as cottons in a range of colours and shades have been a regular sight in our fitting rooms. If one is not a Londoner and is used to hotte... Read More
Last week, Oliver and I visited the Wool BnB in Haggerston to take part in a bespoke tailoring demonstration in honour of Campaign for Wool’s Wool Week. The BnB was amazing; we had half an ... Read More