Here is the definitive story of Savile Row, the internationally renowned epicentre of gentlemen’s style. Introduced by Tom Ford, it is a rich visual history of the street synonymous with elegance, sophistication and timeless attitudes. Including rare archival material and previously unpublished images, alongside specially commissioned photography and fashion shoots, this lavish celebration brings together the Row's tailors, the personalities, the dramas and private tales, the suits and their accoutrements, the fabrics and the cuts, as never before. An exclusive bonus section offers a complete resource for anyone wishing to have a suit made.
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'The word "lavish" could have been coined for this volume ... Sherwood is a jolly good writer with a languid style' --The Spectator
'The grandest of this year's fashion volumes ... fabulous ... lives up to its 'definitive' billing' --V&A Magazine
'Definitive' --The Style King
'A trove of archive imagery ... an indispensable book for anyone who wishes to be informed about male elegance, which is often a very different thing to male fashion' --Nick Foulkes, Country Life
'All dapper men should have this book on their shelves' --The Sunday Telegraph
'Fascinating ... a lavishly illustrated account of the street's highs and lows' --Sphere
The definitive story of Savile Row. --EnglishLuxury.com
Consistently enjoyable. --The Bookseller
James Sherwood is editor-at-large of The Rake and a regular contributor to The World of Interiors and the Daily Telegraph. He is also the author of Fashion at Royal Ascot and The Perfect Gentleman.
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