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The New Savile Row

New Savile Row Tailors

These 4 master tailors are shaking up the British made-to-measure establishment

Hardy Amies (Mehmet Ali)

Mehmet Ali Hardy Amies

A Savile Row fixture since 1946, Hardy Amies (who created the costumes for Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey) has been given a makeover thanks to its young creative director, Mehmet Ali, who added a much-needed dose of color to the brand's sartorial heritage, and isn't afraid to wear his suits with Nikes.

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Kilgour (Carlo Brandelli)

Carlo Brandelli Kilgour

Carlo Brandelli's minimalist designs bring a 21st-century spin to traditional men's suiting, without forgoing elegance: His flannel blazers, fastened by prism-like lapels that hide the buttons, are nothing short from

A.Sauvage (Adrien Sauvage)

Adrien Sauvage tailor

At 29, British-Ghanaian tailor Adrien Sauvage operates from a small studio in Shoreditch, in the heart of East London's fashion hub, where he brings some African flair to noted clients such as Jude Law and Dwayne Wade.

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Norton & Sons (Patrick Grant)

Patrick Grant designer

Perhaps the most handsome couturier in London (sadly, he's straight,) Patrick Grant pushes the boundaries of tailoring at Norton & Sons, the Savile Row institution. Meanwhile, his latest offerings for E. Tautz (pictured, above,) the ready-to-wear label he's spearheading, included flared bermuda shorts and chunky denim T-shirts -- a much less conservative looks for business types.

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