Charles Tyrwhitt History We are delighted you have chosen Charles Tyrwhitt (pronounced "Tirrit" by the way). Our aim is to surprise, delight and excite you, our customer, by offering the best quality shirts - as well as other formal and casual wear - at excellent value for money. I started the business back in 1986 (my full name is Nicholas Charles Tyrwhitt Wheeler) because I thought I could make a shirt better than anybody else. We now operate from our flagship shop in London's Jermyn Street, as well as through the Internet and mail order. We are proud to have grown to become England's largest maker of quality formal shirts. Jermyn Street has been famous for its quality retailers and craftsmen since 1730. It has since become home to the finest quality shirt makers in the world. Charles Tyrwhitt continues to offer fantastic quality and service to all those able to visit Jermyn Street as well as almost half a million other customers around the world. We are proud to deliver a big dollop of good old-fashioned values straight to your door. As well as formal and casual shirts, we offer a range of accessories, including cufflinks and belts, ties, suits and separates, evening wear, c
The Group today The name of Zegna immediately conjures up two inseparable realities. On one hand, one of the oldest families of entrepreneurs in Italy, its fourth generation currently leading the company, and on the other a leading multinational company in the men's luxury clothing industry, distributing its products in over 80 countries worldwide and generating over 88% of its sales overseas, with powerful operations in both mature and emerging markets. The success of Ermenegildo Zegna Group is ensured by the work of over 7,000 people, of whom half work outside Italy; they guarantee not only production but also distribution through 547 mono-brand stores, of which 291 are directly operated. Ermenegildo Zegna Group's results for 2008 consolidated revenues reaching Euro870,6 million. Growth of this order has been possible through shrewd diversification of the offering, which now ranges from clothing to accessories, and strategies which have enabled the Ermenegildo Zegna brand to grow successfully throughout the world.
Classic British Style Home of authentic British style, this season Hackett brings you a collection inspired by quintessential British traditions. From the city to country gent, Hackett has your look covered this season. Choose from the Mayfair &Tailoring Collections, Tweed and Horse &Hound Collections and the Essentials Collection. This season, get the collegiate look inspired by our sponsorship of the Boat Race &the London Rowing Club or the Klosters Collection, inspired by the Hackett sponsored Snow Polo. For the motor enthusiast, there is the prestigious Aston Martin Racing Collection.
Suit and Hire Specialist since 1851 : Moss Bros Group PLC Moss Bros has been synonymous with quality and value in fine suits and clothing for men for well over a century. The Group's unparalleled reputation in formal menswear and unrivalled commitment to customer service sets it apart in a world that demands only the best. A distinguished heritage is the cornerstone of Moss Bros suits for men, a dynamic and forward-looking organisation which spans such internationally renowned suit and menswear designers such as Canali, Beale &Inman and Hugo Boss. In the UK, generations of style-conscious customers will know and trust our suits Moss Bros, Moss and Moss Bros Hire, Savoy Taylors Guild and Cecil Gee.
Welcome to New &ingwood New &ingwood is a world-renowned menswear company which was established in 1865 in Eton to serve the scholars of Eton College. It has continued since then to act as the official outfitters to the College from its original premises at 118 High Street, Eton, fitting out in many cases five generations of the same family. Upon leaving the College, most Old Etonians have continued to loyally support the firm at its branches in Eton and 53 Jermyn Street, St James's, London, the flagship store of the Company. New and Lingwood is regarded as the quintessential English bespoke and ready-made shirtmaker, hosier and shoemaker, numbering among its clientele many renowned personalities in the sphere of business, the professions, politics and the aristocracy, both British and international, men of refinement and good taste.
History Paul Smith's introduction into fashion was completely accidental. At the age of 16, with no career plans or qualifications, Paul Smith was propelled by his father into a menial job at the local clothing warehouse in his native Nottingham. However his real passion was sport and his ambition was to become a professional racing cyclist, until aged 17 years when cycling-mad Paul was in a terrible accident. Six months in hospital followed and during this time Paul made some new friends. After leaving hospital he arranged to meet them again and by chance the meeting place was a local pub that was popular with the students from the local art college. They talked of Mondrian, Warhol, Kokoshka, David Bailey and listened to the Rolling Stones, Miles Davis and much more. It was then Paul knew he wanted to be a part of this colourful world of ideas and excitement.