POSTS USING TAG 'trouser cutter'

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 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 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

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I am an apprentice coat maker at Anderson & Sheppard.  I have grown up around tailoring; my granddad has been a tailor for most of his life so I have always had the opportunity to see what it inv... Read More
In the front of shop at 32 Old Burlington Street today, Front of House Martin Crawford, Cloth Coordinator William Lo and Accounts Clerk Stuart Gymer Read More
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
In my last post on trouser style options, I mentioned the different ways of adjusting the waist: strap and buckle, belt loops or buttons. The white trousers pictured had a strap and buckle. Above is t... Read More
One of my style icons has to be Sean Connery as Bond. When I was younger my favourite was probably Roger Moore, but I’ve since heard arguments from many people on Connery’s superiority as ... Read More