Huntsman Saville Row

Huntsman Savile Row

Bespoke Suit
Established in 1849 by Henry Huntsman, and located on Savile Row since 1919, Huntsman employs a team of over 35 cutters and tailors. All of the company’s bespoke clothing is hand cut and hand sewn in house, with unerring attention to detail and quality. Blending traditional techniques with sophisticated cloths, precision is paramount and the backbone of our reputation for beautiful craftsmanship and style. Our heritage is brought to life not only through our extensive archive, but in the uncompromised tailoring produced by us today, where the techniques and skills passed through generations is as relevant to our present day tailoring as it was in 1849. Huntsman continues to run an established apprenticeship programme in order to safeguard and preserve this methodology and recognition of exacting standards for generations to come.
Huntsman’s iconic house style is timeless, cutting a dash on today’s modern gentleman.Purveyors of the original one button coat, first conceived in the 1940s, its balance and line lend for a flattering, waisted coat with a firm shoulder and quintessentially British silhouette. It combines the company’s strong equestrian and military heritage with the elegance of evening wear, blending the exacting lines of a hacking jacket with the single button fastening of a dinner jacket. Our distinctive house tweeds and suitings are almost as recognisable as our house style.
Huntsman’s clothing has graced the shoulders of Lords and Ladies, Kings & Queens, Captains of Industry and stars of stage and screen. Illustrious patrons over the years have included Queen Victoria, King Edward VII, Gregory Peck, Cecil Beaton, Hardy Amies, Gianni Agnelli and Katharine Hepburn, through to major style icons of today.