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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.
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To all our friends at home and abroad, we are delighted to announce our bi-annual visit to Hong Kong this April.  We are incredibly excited to bring our latest range fabrics to the beautiful Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hotel (+852 2132 0188) from the 25th-27th April.
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We recently introduced a stunning new Barleycorn tweed to our Bespoke customers. This cloth was in its final stages of weaving and we had only samples to show, but the reception was amazing and several customers ordered directly. We are now proud to announce that we have received the range in four unique colourways: show-stopping...
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We pride ourselves on catering for the individual needs of our customers and our new ‘Hudson’ Travel Suit is no exception; it is named after Henry Hudson (1565-1611), an English explorer famed for his exploration of what is now Canada and North-eastern United States.
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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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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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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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We are delighted to add to our wide collection of exclusive cufflinks, a new range of links, hand made using Baltic Amber.
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Vicuna are relatives of the Llama and now thought to be the ancestor of the Alpaca; they are found in the high reaches of the Peruvian Andes, where they grow extremely fine, dense coats to protect them from the heat of the day and the freezing temperatures at night.
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On the 29th November Richard and the Deputy Editor of The Jackal Magazine, Aleks Cvetkovic will be hosting a talk at the Fashion and Textile Museum to discuss tailoring, menswear and style.
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Monday to Friday 9am – 5 pm
Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sunday Closed

 

We will be closing for Easter at 5.00pm on Thursday the 18th of April and reopening at 9.00am on Tuesday the 23rd of April.