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Tailoring Brands You Should Be Following On Instagram
Formal Wear Inspiration
More so than any other social network, Instagram offers instant, visual inspiration, which makes it ideal for gleaning real world tips and advice on everything from colour and pattern matching to how your clothes should fit and drape.
It’s also an extremely efficient way of window shopping and keeping up to date on what’s currently available on the market.
With this in mind, we’ve carefully selected the men’s tailoring stalwarts that we think are worthy of a follow, so you’re never stuck for ideas on how to style your suits and formal wear ever again.
Savile Row’s Kilgour has a history that dates back to 1880, when it first opened its door. And having dressed everyone from Cary Grant and Fred Astaire to Jude Law and Daniel Craig, you’d be right to take style inspiration from them.
Now under the creative direction of designer Carlo Brandelli, Kilgour is renowned for its purist, minimal approach to formal wear. Expect that are a reminder that being a true well-rounded gentleman is a culture and lifestyle choice, and much more than just wearing nice suits.
Brooklyn Tailors (@brooklyntailors)
was founded in 2007 by a husband and wife team, Daniel and Brenna Lewis, who began offering custom fittings out of their Brooklyn apartment.
Fast forward to today and the brand’s range of cool, contemporary tailoring is stocked at retailers worldwide, with its website also offering global shipping. Crafted from high quality materials sourced from some of the best mills in the world, Brooklyn Tailors’ handmade suits are exquisite and ideal for splitting into separates.
The label’s is a cool mix of NYC gigs, fabric swatches and new products to tempt you into taking a New York holiday as well as refreshing your tailoring collection.
Hardy Amies London (@hardyamieslndn)
An iconic Savile Row institution founded in 1946 by the inimitable and charismatic Sir Hardy Amies, the house of Hardy Amies has undergone a revolution in recent years under the guidance of current Design Director Mehmet Ali.
Ali has been responsible for spearheading an altogether fresher, more contemporary approach to both suiting and casual wear that has its roots firmly in London’s tailoring heritage.
The brand’s features everything from campaign images and sneak peeks of new prints, to style advice in the form of outfits they’ve put together in house.
Huntsman has held a Savile Row address for over 160 years, but has managed to keep itself relevant by updating the brand aesthetic regularly.
Specialising in bespoke tailoring, Huntsman cuts and tailors all of its clothing in house and by hand, ensuring that the highest standards are maintained at every stage. Over 80 hours of workmanship go into creating each garment, using skills that have being passed on through generations.
Expect the brand’s to deliver behind the scenes moments captured inside the shop, outfit ideas and images of celebrities wearing Huntsman. It also includes pictures of items before they have been finished, enabling you to glean an understanding of the suit-making process.
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