Nothing on the box? Perhaps it’s time to put down that remote and make an appointment at Huntsman. We’re now delighted to welcome you back in-store by appointment, with more ways than ever to enjoy our bespoke services it is back to work physically and virtually for our dedicated team of Client Managers, Cutters and Tailors.
Through the COVID19 crisis, it’s been the resilience of the Huntsman team which holds testament to our dedication to the best bespoke service and the world’s finest handcrafted clothes. From the confinement of their own homes, our Cutters and Tailors have been working tirelessly, sewing scrubs for Frontline Workers and completing clients’ orders to ensure no delays!
Now, our Cutting Theatres and workshops eagerly await your orders, our shears at the ready- with new and exclusive cloth and services, now is the perfect opportunity to start planning your new commissions for early Autumn!
It’s not only the team at Huntsman that have adapted to new ways of working. As we all settle into the ‘new normal’ the way we do business, and dress for business has changed. Huntsman’s Creative Director Campbell Carey has designed a collection of chic separates for this Summer and summers to come. Lightweight linens and cotton inspired in a contemporary colour pallet are welcome additions to your work and leisure wardrobe. Why not complete your summer ensemble with a Huntsman Mask, handcrafted in the finest 100% Egyptian cotton and available in 5 colourways. The double-layered design allows you to house your own filter elegantly and discreetly within the mask. As many of us prepare to return to our daily commute, and with the prospect of a “new normal” on the horizon, safety whilst stepping out of lockdown is paramount.
Whether it’s taking Zoom meetings or channel hopping, this is a collection you’re sure to love as we move from confinement.
Though much of Savile Row remains unlit, we hope our window is a shining beacon of bespoke and better times to come. If you’re stuck for shows to binge, the Huntsman window is well worth a watch.