Custodians of the legendary Huntsman cut. Each highly skilled in their own right. Campbell Carey and Dario Carnera lead our team of cutters, the strongest on the Row.
Campbell has an innate sense of cut and a deep sensitivity for cloth, which he ascribes in part to his connection with the landscapes of his Scottish island home. They make him a superb choice for Creative Director at Huntsman. Look out for him in Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Dario’s father John is a well-known maker of bespoke shoes, and his uncle is the boxing legend, Primo Carnera. Both men have given him a passion for style and an eye for detail, qualities that have been honed through his training and long years at Huntsman.
Robert is the fourth generation of tailors in the Bailey family. He is dedicated to creating magnificent garments for our clientele in Asia and is currently learning Mandarin.
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Ralph was trained by Campbell Carey, working alongside him for six years. Educated in Paris and fluent in French, he is now our resident cutter in New York.
Sam was an officer in the Air Training Corps but gave it all up to pursue his passion for tailoring. Initially working at Huntsman on Saturdays, he finally fulfilled his dream of joining the cutting team in August 2015.
One of a new generation of cutters, Kimberley has a passion for mastering the craft. She grew up in the mining town of Hemsworth in Yorkshire, near to the Huddersfield woollen mills that supply many of the cloths we use to this day.
Anette began her career at Catherine Walker, where she made coats for Princess Diana. She’s interested in mid-century art and design, collecting prints and classic pieces of furniture from the time.
American born, anglophile, has an encyclopaedic knowledge of bespoke garment making and style and bespoke business in Japan.
Supports Robert Bailey in producing garments for our discerning Asian clientele. Emma studied Costume design at university and has a keen interest in monogram embroidery and lace making, during her free time. She has a tradition for eating sausage supper every Friday, without fail!