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Edward Sexton

Bespoke British tailor in Knightsbridge

Having been partly credited for revolutionising Savile Row and giving it the reputation it enjoys around the world today, Edward Sexton continues to craft exquisitely cut, bespoke attire for men and women that on average take 80 painstaking hours of work to create and complete. Although Sexton no longer purveys his craft on The Row, but rather at an atelier on Beauchamp Place, his website playfully announces, “You can take the boy out of Savile Row, but you can’t take Savile Row out of the boy.” His Knightsbridge shop has further developed to include an accessories collection, as well as one of seven-fold ties.

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