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Over the course of my apprenticeship I've worked on countless men's garments of all shapes and sizes. The way we approach each garment varies depending on the cloth, size, shape and style.Also in that... Read More

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We sat down for a chat with John Henry Bell, cloth representative and a friend to many on Savile Row.How would you describe your job role?My job role at the moment is focused on the public relati... Read More
The windows of our bespoke shop and our haberdashery have been transformed thank to R. Gledhill, the woollen yarn spinners. As well as supplying us with six bags of wool for our windows, they also sup... Read More
After studying at the London College of fashion, I started training as an apprentice coat maker under Peter Giorgiou in September 2013.After completing my studies at the London College of Fashion, I w... Read More
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
An overcoat with character this. In a heavy Harris tweed with a shepherd's check, it has a fly front and is cut with a raglan sleeve. On the bottom picture you can just see the hip pocket, hidden almo... Read More