Designer Mens Clothing Shops UK
Designer mens clothing shops don’t come more distinguished than this. An iconic English luxury brand, Burberry was founded in 1856 by 21 year old Thomas Burberry.
The Burberry check which is red, camel, black and white, was designed in the 1920’s and since then has become synonymous with the label. In 2006 Burberry celebrates its 150th year. This is the quintessential gentleman’s clothing label.
Gieves and Hawkes
One of the most distinguished companies on Savile Row were formed by two famous businesses, Gieves which was founded in 1785 and Hawkes which was founded in 1771. They have dressed monarchs from all over the world to so many famous people that it would fill many books.
Their clients are stylish yet sophisticated. They love luxury and only want the best. That is why they come here. For a modern yet classic look either in formal or casual wear made with the best fabrics on earth, this is it.
Harvie and Hudson
These family owned designer mens clothing shops are based in the UK with millionaires and billionaires as their main clientele. They have ready to wear and custom made shirts and suits.
The fabrics they use are absolutely luxurious and the details of mother of pearl buttons are just divine. Australian billionaire Kerry Packer had all his shirts tailor made at H&H before his passing. This company is most famous for its daring stripes.
Lobb – “The most beautiful shop in the world…”
John Lobb Ltd
Esquire magazine said their store is, ‘The most beautiful shop in the world’. This boot maker has three Royal Warrants as Bootmaker to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh and His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales such is their high quality and craftsmanship.
Est. in 1889 John Lobb led the way from the start and he still holds the highest of standards. For a pair of impeccably made leather shoes that melt like butter on your feet, you are looking at a starting price of over £2000. (AUS$5200, USD$3900).
This company was founded in 1784 by Peter Nightingale and his associate John Smedley. By the end of the 18th century Smedley was running the company alone even though the Nightingale family still kept an interest in the property.
Smedley’s son took over the company at the age of 24 and steered it on a course to which it retains to this day of using the finest materials possible and manufacturing to the highest quality standards.
These distinguished designer mens clothing shops have luxurious shirts, ties and accessories which is what Pink are known for.
Their original pink packaging is a trademark of theirs and a lovely touch indeed. Their sophisticated yet very stylish clothing has been worn by George Clooney, bought by Gwyneth Paltrow and seen on Hugh Grant and Bill Clinton.
Time for you to join that distinguished list…