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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

14th January 2019

A Guide to Luxury: Lumb’s Golden Bale

An excellent example of luxury yarn is Lumb’s Golden Bale. For over a century Lumb’s buyers have visited the Australian wool auctions searching for bales of extra fine merino wool of exceptional quality.
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20th December 2018

A Guide to Luxury: Accessories

The Richard Anderson accessories collection continues to grow with silk handkerchiefs, our wool and cashmere scarves, and our new range of cufflinks; they are all made exclusively for Richard Anderson in the United Kingdom. We welcome you to view our constantly changing collection of accessories on our web site, where they are all available for...
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19th December 2018

A Guide to Luxury: Cashmere

The word cashmere is an old spelling of Kashmir, the disputed region on the borders of India and Pakistan. The ‘wool’ is shorn from mountain goats, living in mountainous environments in Mongolia and the Himalayan and Tibetan regions.
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RIPPED & SMOOTHED

Tales from Savile Row

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.

Introducing our Herringbone Collection

These four new tweeds were woven exclusively for the Richard Anderson Ready To Wear range; by hand, in Inverness, Scotland.

THE MAKINGS OF...

A short film about our early days