Anthony Sinclair

In the 1960s, Anthony Sinclair created an elegant, pared-down style which became know as the "Conduit Cut".

Sean Connery famously wore Sinclair suits for all of his appearances as James Bond.

The timeless look is as strong today as it was when Connery first stepped onto the screen in 1962 and is testament to the maxim that less is more.

Mr Fish

During his early career, Michael Fish was a shirtmaker at Turnbull & Asser and designed the Cocktail Cuff shirts worn by Sean Connery in the role of 007.

Michael later opened his eponymous store in Mayfair and began to produce psychedelic shirts for everyone who was anyone in the Swinging Sixties.

In addition to making man-dresses for David Bowie and Mick Jagger, he designed boxing robes for Muhammad Ali and invented the Kipper Tie.


Motoluxe was established at the dawn of the motoring age, producing the original Alpaca Teddy Bear Coats designed to keep drivers and their passengers warm and dry in the winter months.

The brand has developed a collection of clothes with the intrepid traveller in mind, using natural performance fabrics and soft, unstructured tailoring to provide comfort on journeys via land, sea or air.

Pope & Bradley

Founded in 1903, Pope & Bradley soon became one of the most prominent and influential tailoring houses in London.

The company's extensive archive of advertisements and written publications illustrate the historical development of the gentleman's wardrobe throughout the first half of the twentieth century.

Forever at the forefront of fashion, the founder's philosophy was always to advise and dress "The Man of To-Day" in the finest up-to-date clothes at the most competitive price in order to deliver exceptional value.