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RICHARD ANDERSON

Heritage and refinement

Richard Anderson has made its mark on the tailoring world since opening its doors in 2001 at 13 Savile Row, and is proudly independently owned and operated by Richard Anderson and Brian Lishak, devoted craftsmen creating the finest garments on Savile Row.

Together with our team of expert tailors, we pride ourselves on the perfect fit, innovative designs, quality of service and most importantly: making our customers look and feel their best.

RICHARD ANDERSON

Heritage and refinement

Richard Anderson has made its mark on the tailoring world since opening its doors in 2001 at 13 Savile Row, and is proudly independently owned and operated by Richard Anderson and Brian Lishak, devoted craftsmen creating the finest garments on Savile Row.

Together with our team of expert tailors, we pride ourselves on the perfect fit, innovative designs, quality of service and most importantly: making our customers look and feel their best.

NEWS

11th June 2019

Sharply Dressed: The Windsor Knots

With the arrival of our new seasonal Ready-to-Wear collection fast approaching, it’s time to go back to basics and learn how to successfully accessorise your suit. This series will teach you how to look after your garments and style yourself to perfection. This short video series starts with the tie; a wonderfully diverse garment in not...
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22nd May 2019

Looking Back In Style

Yves Saint Laurent once said, “Fashion fades, style is eternal.” Savile Row has stayed a cut above the rest in terms of trends and fads, with each house displaying their own unique style with quality to match. Here at Richard Anderson our house style originates from the traditional hacking coat, with long clean lines and the...
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13th May 2019

Get Ascot Ready: The Morning Suit

With Spring well underway and Summer fast approaching, nobility, race enthusiasts and sartorial experts alike are getting ready to dress like nobleman of the 19th Century for the Royal Ascot. The dress-code remains stoically traditional; in the Royal Enclosure, gentleman must wear black or grey morning dress with a waistcoat, tie, and a black or...
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RIPPED & SMOOTHED

Tales from Savile Row

Sam Seidel’s Video Of Fred Seidel Reading The Blue Suit Poem

The poet Frederick Seidel recently wrote his poem The Blue Suit about a particularly vibrant blue worsted that we introduced to customers in 2018. As our blue suit grew in popularity, we were honoured to host Mr Seidel in our shop, and have him read the poem for us.

Guide to Luxury Fabrics

Over the years we have sought out many new fabrics for our customers, some of them luxurious, some of them practical, all of them beautiful. We select our fabrics for their performance, their look and the comfort they offer, but sometimes just because they are interesting, or they challenge the boundaries of what is possible […]

The Ebb and Flow of Savile Row

Back before my time, in the 20s, 30s and 40s. Cutters of Savile Row were the kingpins. Journeyman tailors would go from place to place asking for work, if anything was available they would be given a space that they would rent from the shop.

THE MAKINGS OF...

A short film about our early days