3-7 May 2017
For The Beaumont Series, selected tailors on Savile Row will bring to life the process of commissioning a capsule wardrobe, highlighting the skill and craftsmanship for which Savile Row is known, as well as the true nature of bespoke and the ability to respond directly to the client's character and needs.
The clothes have been commissioned for Jimmy Beaumont, the fictional hotelier created by Jeremy King, the founder and CEO of The Beaumont hotel, to inform and inspire the interiors and style of the 1926 hotel. Whilst a certain amount of Jimmy's 'history' is known, he remains an elusive character, allowing the tailors to spin their own interpretation and project their own story onto the character.
All the outfits will be on display in the windows of the participating tailors throughout Craft Week, as well as at a special dinner to be held at The Beaumont on 4 May. To purchase the tickets, please click here
Anderson & Sheppard: Smoking Jacket
Budd Shirtmakers: The Shirt: Formal Neck Bandshirt; Baseball Shirt and Marcella Dress Shirt
Dashing Tweeds: Tennis Outfit in Merino Cloth
Dege & Skinner: Two Piece Suit Address
Gieves & Hawkes: Alpine Coat and Trousers
Henry Poole: Sailing Reefer with Cleverley Shoes
Maurice Sedwell: Three Piece Suit in Collaboration with Holland & Sherry Cloth Merchants
New & Lingwood: Bespoke Silk Robe & Slippers
For more details on the tailors and the capsule collection, click here