Why Huntsman Shirts?

Our bespoke service, buttoned up.

Choosing Huntsman as your Bespoke Shirtmaker guarantees the level of service and quality that we’re renowned for, with the added convenience of keeping it ‘in-house’ saving you time and effort. You can order your entire bespoke wardrobe from the same tailor, with the assurance that you’re receiving the finest craftsmanship in the industry.

But it’s more than just convenience that makes all the difference. When it comes to style, our team knows what works best for you. Take the guesswork out of building your wardrobe and peruse the perfect cotton business shirts whilst you’re picking your pinstripe suiting, or relaxed linens to complement your summer seersucker trousers.

"As Soft & Comfortable As A Second Skin"

Choosing a bespoke shirt guarantees a fit and feel that is as comfortable as a second skin, and will be a pleasure to live, work and play in, and creating your shirt requires only a few additional measures to those you’d expect for a suit or coat. Next time you visit us for a bespoke appointment tell your cutter you’d like to be measured for a bespoke shirt and we can take your measurements in the same fitting.
  • Step 1

    The process starts with a full set of measurements, which include collar, chest, waist, back and front shoulder, hips, sleeve length and general figuration

  • Step 2

    A pattern is then drafted. A sample shirt is cut and constructed followed by an initial fitting. The final fitting happens after the customer has worn and laundered the shirt several times at which point alterations will be made to the pattern if needed.

  • Step 3

    All of our shirts are cut and made entirely on-site enabling Sean to be involved in every step of the construction process.

    Communication between Sean and the team is essential not only for maintaining quality but also for attention to detail as this is the very essence of bespoke.

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Meet Sean O'Flynn

Sean O'Flynn is our Head Shirt Maker and leads a team of dedicated cutter and tailors from 11 Savile Row.

“I started work at Huntsman in 1977. The West-End bespoke trade, at that time, was bustling and vibrant. Soho was a labyrinth of sweatshops and fabric suppliers. The Beatles studio in Savile Row was a place of pilgrimage for tourists and fans alike! One of mypersonal favourite Savile Row celebrities was the late great Tommy Nutter who honoured me with the offer of a job. The essence of Savile Row and West-End bespoke tailoringis the same as it always was with a dedicated team of artisans producing the finest quality garments for the discerning clientele.”

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