Last night the next installment of the Saville Row, Woolmark and St James's the 'English Gentleman' presentation took place at the Cabinet War Rooms in Whitehall. From 1939 to 1945 these rooms were the nerve centre of the war effort, in use 24 hours a day until 16th August 1945.
The material for this exquisite wool gown was hand picked by Jo Levin at GQ and hand made by our gown maker in Bromley. It is a stunning Brown Birdseye wool gown with brown piping. A shawl collar dressing gown with a breast pocket and two patch pockets made individually in Bromley, cut with a generous wrap and a good length.
These festive wine and green wool gowns with piping are made from "superfleece" wool supplied by W.Bill. A shawl collar dressing gown with a breast pocket and two patch pockets made individually in Bromley, cut with a generous wrap and a good length. This luxurious wool twill is perfect for evenings relaxing in front of the log fire on those cold winter nights.
Even Micheal Gambon and David Furnish wore one of Budd's shirts.
(image from the telegraph)
(image from Savile Row London Collections)