Celebrities have been wearing tweed on the big screen, and on television for many years. The costume is, after all, a way to help depict the character they are portraying, particularly in period dramas. Basil Rathbone and Jeremy Brett both wore tweed in their portrayal of Sherlock Holmes. The modern day Sherlock also sported stylish tweeds; Jude Law’s Dr. Watson wore a Harris tweed suit, Benedict Cumberbatch’s tweed overcoat, and of course the period drama Downton Abbey where virtually the whole male cast is dressed in windowpane tweed.
HIRE5 is an independent Formal Menswear Hire and Bespoke business based in Guildford and Kingston, Surrey and Leeds, West Yorkshire. They specialize in formal hire, retail, and bespoke tailoring of suits, kilts, shirts, waistcoats, Ties, Cravats, shoes, and all other types of menswear products.
Known for their menswear wardrobe staples this season they are branching out into the world of tailoring, using their unique design approach to create classic pieces that compliment modern life and guarantee instant style.
Rory Duffy is proud to announce the opening of his school of tailoring "Handcraft Tailor Academy" (Monaghan, Ireland) - an institute dedicated to preserving the art of handcraft tailoring for the next generation.
Tailor Made To Fit crochets your ideas with the finest hand-picked fabrics with elegant craftsmanship to construct luxurious Suits, Jackets, Shirts, Overcoats and other outfits that drape off your body frame stylishly.
A Hand Tailored Suit is a Dublin-based atelier, creating custom-made bespoke garments for Men, Women & Children. The brand offers perfectly fitting handmade garments for all types of occasions.
Dean Manev, the Trade Director of Men's Fashion Cluster, visited Pitti Immagine Uomo 87 - one of the world's most important platforms for men's clothing and accessory collections, which was held January 13-16, 2015, in Florence, Italy. So, he shared with us, which were the brightest fashion trends in menswear for Fall-Winter 2015/2016, that attracted his attention.
Italian fashion house Etro surprised the audience at its Fall-Winter 2014/2015 fashion show with a collection of characteristically British suiting.