For more than 170 years Huntsman has dressed the great and the good and the little known. Through its doors have passed generations of talented craftsmen – and women – who have formed lasting relationships with those customers, creating bespoke garments that have been long treasured. It’s their commitment to service and excellence that has secured Huntsman’s reputation.
In Celebration of our Centenary at 11 Savile Row, our Bespoke services have been enhanced and we now offer two unique Bespoke Services, tailored to the needs of our clients.
Bespoke 1849 is our celebrated bespoke service which has little changed since the original founding of the house. Bespoke 1849 clients will have sole access to Huntsman’s famed exclusive cloth library. Other exclusive benefits to 1849 clients include access to Huntsman House, with its Private VIP fitting room and an invitation to exclusive events.
Celebrating Huntsman’s masters of craft, you will meet the makers of your creation as part of the bespoke experience, to ensure you get the most personal service. A revolution on the row, giving tailors the opportunity to see clients face to face will produce bespoke garments with an even better fit.
Due to the growing success of this service and limited capacity, Bespoke 1849 customers will be asked to join a waiting list to ensure delivery within 12 weeks.
Huntsman Bespoke service offers the same unmatched quality and prestige from one of the most iconic houses on Savile Row, optimised for a more convenient bespoke experience.
Our new service can deliver a two-piece suit with accelerated delivery times, and with a starting price of £3500. It’s perfect for the modern, time-conscious gentleman.
Huntsman Bespoke offers a full bespoke baste and is measured, cut, fit, finished, and pressed at 11 Savile Row, guaranteeing the same esteemed quality of service and delivery synonymous with the House.
Some of the sewing tasks are completed by carefully selected and vetted ateliers. Therefore, we are able to accelerate the delivery of this bespoke service at a price competitive with Made to Measure products.
A beautifully tailored garment takes time. Time to get to know you: your physique, your busy life, your tastes and preferences. Time for fittings, for sourcing the best fabrics, for training younger hands. Time to get everything just right, so that when you finally put the finished garment on, you never want to take it off.
As a Huntsman client, you’ll benefit from the knowledge of a team that’s dedicated to achieving that result for you. First you’ll speak to one of our client managers who will introduce you to the different bespoke styles and fabrics you could choose. Then you’ll be matched with one of our cutters.
Their experience means that as well as taking up to 50 individual measurements, they’ll assess your posture and look to accentuate your best features. Their ability to continue thinking in three dimensions means that when they cut your cloth, they will make subtle adjustments to the fit and hang that, at this point, only they can see.
Conversations about fabrics, linings and other details can be as wide-ranging or as simple as you like. Many clients enjoy making their garments uniquely suited to their lifestyle, with hidden pockets for a cigar, phone, loose change or even an iPad.
Once these decisions are made, the fabric panels are handed over to the tailor specialising in your garment, be it trousers, waistcoat, skirt or coat. They will roughly stitch the pieces together so that at your first fitting the cutter can see how well the garment is working on you: how it fits, how it hangs, how it moves.
Adjustments are made and a second fitting planned, where the garment will be closer to what you might expect to see. There may be the need for more fittings, but generally, we’re then able to take your outfit to the finishing stage. As many as 80 hours are dedicated to each garment over a period of minimum 12 weeks, after which you’ll receive your bespoke Huntsman commission
Our service doesn’t end at delivery. We check in with you a few weeks later and we’re here to provide further pressings and dry cleaning, as well as help with stain removal or further alterations. We can even replace missing buttons. something we did recently for a jacket originally ordered by Lord Cawdor in 1925, and now worn by one of his grandchildren.