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Brand: Dege and Skinner

  One of the nicest aspects of the Bespoke Tailors Benevolent Association dinner every year is the evening wear.Although most cutters and tailors aren’t actually into clothes and style, they are all wearing something bespoke – so the fit is good … > Read more
 Bespoke driving jackets designed by Dege & Skinner, Henry Poole, Gieves & Hawkes and Huntsman. Which is your favourite?(Worth expanding to full screen)
 This year Savile Row tailors Dege & Skinner are 150 years old – pretty impressive for any business, but particularly one that is still family owned. In fact, the house has done rather well in the last couple because of that … > Read more
This past weekend saw the Coronation Festival in the gardens of Buckingham Palace, at which holders of royal warrants exhibited. The royal warrant is not exactly the mark of quality that some might assume, given that it includes Austin Reed and … > Read more
Hi Simon:Just wanted to say a big thank you for the wonderful work that you have been doing, it’s really pointed the rest us in the right direction.One thing that I have been rather confused on is how pants should fit for … > Read more
Friday was the Bespoke Tailors’ Benevolent Association (BTBA, new version of MTBA) summer ball. As per usual there was an eclectic range of outfits, from sober business dress to top hats, cream linen to sequins.  Three Anderson & Sheppard employees … > Read more
Regular readers of The Rake will be pleased to know that I am once again contributing regularly to the website, Recent articles include a look at Dege & Skinner’s trademarked Phitwell jacket, which incorporates lacing in the back lining … > Read more
 Last Friday Michael Skinner, the wonderfully warm master cutter and chairman of Dege & Skinner, was kind enough to invite me and a handful of others to lunch at the Merchant Taylors. The occasion was the launch of Michael’s book, … > Read more