Latest news on special events, collaboration and product launches...
Latest news on special events, collaboration and product launches...
Friend of the brand and man-about-town Aleks Cvetkevic, recently commissioned our bespoke team to make him a very special sports coat. As a writer for The Rake and Robb Report and presenter of the Handcut Radio podcast, Aleks has developed an encyclopedic knowledge and passionate appreciation for menswear, displaying a savoir-faire and eye for detail firmly cast on the elegant and the uncommon.
If there is one garment that best sums up the spirit of our Perfect Imperfection collection this season, it must be the Herringbone Double Breasted Coat.
A new addition to our ready-to-wear range, this long-fitting overcoat features double breasted fastenings with real horn buttons and generous lapels, welt pockets, a set-in sleeve & wrap belt.
Our latest Autumn/Winter knitwear piece takes inspiration from the maritime communities here in the British Isles/Eire
Since time immemorial, coastal folk and islanders from Aran to Land’s End have used woollen garments as protection against the elements on the high seas.
Here at Timothy Everest, we have always been big cheerleaders for seersucker. The uniquely puckered cloth has long been a staple of our spring/summer collections in a variety of cotton colours – checks, stripes, and solids all finding a home in our more casual RTW suiting options.
For a brand usually recognised for our tailored clothing, Timothy Everest also has a respected pedigree in the world of denim.
Having offered our exclusive Made In Japan bespoke denim service for many years, we launched our exclusive “0105” cut jeans designed with Okayama based indigo legends Full Count to become a go-to staple.
Like so many sartorial innovations, we owe the practicalities of the Raglan sleeve to our military history.
It was at the Battle Of Waterloo in 1815 where Lord FitzRoy Somerset, 1st Baron Raglan suffered such damage to his right arm that medics were forced to amputate.
Polo: the Shirt of Kings
The long-sleeved Polo shirt is one of the more versatile weapons in a gentleman’s armoury. It can perform as a shirt mixing with tailoring for a handsome casual look. Equally it can serve as a sweater layered over tees or a collared shirt for leisure-time.
We are very pleased to showcase our footwear range for Autumn Winter 2019 from our partners at Paraboot.
The shoe company formed in the French Alps in 1907, the moniker coming later; a portmanteau of “Para”, The Brazilian port that shipped the gum rubber for the soles to the factory, and “Boot” a new-fangled word the Americans used for sturdy rubber footwear.
Planning our collection for autumn / winter 2019, the design team here at Timothy Everest thought long and hard about a more informal and all-inclusive shirt that could sit centre-stage in the selection. We realised the answer was right under our noses.
Our Cuban Shirt, based on the loose fitting open collar Guayabera from South America has become a summer staple for us, but with a little twist and thinking, it has been transformed into the ideal centrepiece for our Perfect Imperfection drop.
For our Autumn Winter 19 collection, we took inspiration from the world of pottery and ceramics and in particular the work by the British studio potters Lucie Rie and Hans Coper.
Both potters were known for their modernist approach, bringing bright colours, natural textures and abstract form into their work; an experimental practise considered very ahead of their time.
There’s nothing more quintessentially English in the summertime than a linen suit. Whilst there is certainly warmer weather attire that could be considered more formal, linen in all its slubby, rumpled goodness just gives the wearer such a comfortable ease, its hard to imagine summer weddings and sports events without it.
This season at Timothy Everest we have greatly expanded our formal Mayfair model shirt offering to include four different collar shapes.
To compliment our popular spread collar, those looking for a little more variety can now add a semi-spread, a button-down and a rounded club collar to their wardrobes.
We are very excited to have taken delivery of a new collection of bags and luggage from London based Troubadour Goods.
Founded back in 2011, the company’s aim has been to fill a seemingly obvious gap in the market – an assemblage of bags and accessories that seemlessly blend elegance with functionality. As co-founder Samuel Bail told us, “We wanted to incorporate elements you’d find on mountaineering equipment onto something you can use with a bespoke suit.”
Summer comfort doesn’t just have to be about lightweight fabrics. This season, we have chosen a cloth with a little more heft and drape for our popular button down Redchurch shirt, still offering the same summer ease and in an environmentally conscious biodegradable material to boot.
For such a sensible cloth, Seersucker has received something of a bad rap over the years; all considerations of its positive contribution to men’s wardrobes smeared by stylish misgivings. In its most popular colour way of pale pastel stripes it’s just a little too ‘fun’ to be taken seriously by most chaps. This season, at Timothy Everest, we’re making it our business to right this sartorial wrong rep.
It was the long hot summer of ’17 when we first introduced our Cuban shirt here at Timothy Everest and it fast became one of our perennial must-have items.Taking its cues from the Latin American Guayabera shirts so beloved by tourists and locals alike, our Cubans borrow the loose fit, open collar, straight hem and lightweight breathable fabrics for an irresistibly modern take on a timeless classic.
This month, we shall be returning to the wonderful Nordic city of Oslo to meet bespoke and made-to-measure clients old and new.Lee and Tony will be based at The Radisson Blu Plaza, in Central Oslo on Thursday 25th and Friday 26th April. If you would like to make an appointment, please contact us here for more information.
If there is one garment that exemplifies our ready-to-wear collection each season, it is our Washed Programme tailoring. It performs an almost superhuman sartorial feat; its special power an ability to unite the disparate parts of one’s wardrobe from smart to casual and all points in between.
Following on from the previous post about some of the recent film productions that we at Timothy Everest have assisted on, BBC2 are currently screening a brand new series which has been receiving a lot of attention.
Eagle-eyed small screen viewers have been treated to a full wardrobe of our Timothy Everest ready-to-wear and made-to-measur in the critically acclaimed drama MotherFatherSon, starring Richard Gere and Billy Howle in a searing study of power and loyalty.
We are cracking out the bubbly as we officially received our Emmy (Television Academy) Award for costume work on The Crown Season 2 ‘Dear Mrs. Kennedy’ episode.
In the hotly contested category “Outstanding Period Costumes 2017-2018” we helped beat out stiff competition from the likes of The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, Outlander, The Alienist and Genius: Picasso. We are extremely honoured to be acknowledged for the wonderful pieces for Jane Petrie and her incredible team on the show.
In a recent communique, we introduced the design inspiration for our current collection – the 2014 photo book A Perpetual Season from French photographer Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine.
Last week we caught up with Grégoire to delve a little closer into his influences and what makes him tick.
This season at Timothy Everest we have introduced a new style into our popular Spring Summer knitwear range.
Inspired by the Italian-American leisure shirts of the 50s and 60s, we have developed the Merino Long sleeve Button Through. Knitted from a super soft fine gauge 100% merino wool, this is a refined sophisticated take on a classic piece.
One of the surprise features for this year’s Comic Relief celebrations was a BBC short film entitled One Red Nose Day And A Wedding. Directed by Richard Curtis, the featurette reunited the cast of Four Weddings And Funeral 25 years after the original film with newcomers, the acclaimed actors Lily James and Alicia Vikander.
This season at Timothy Everest we have added a new style to our collection in the form of the navy wool linen blouson.
Rethinking and reworking the classic workwear jacket; we wanted to add practicality and sustainability into its design. Working with the acclaimed Northern Irish weavers John England we have developed a material with the rugged good looks of denim, but with additional functionality.
“I started making jackets when I moved to England at 15 years old”, Chris the Coatmaker tells us, “Made for everyone. Prince Phillip, Roger Moore, Tom Jones; Ralph Lauren both personally and for his customers…The work we do now is exactly the same as the work we were doing before. The lining, linen, taping. Exactly the same way as I started learning the trade fifty five years ago”
The inspiration for our Spring Summer 19 ready-to-wear collection comes from London-based photographer Gregoire Pujade-Lauraine’s 2014 book “A Perpetual Season”. Colours of dark ochre, pistachio and desert red highlight the familiar earthy tones | Timothy Everest | Available Online and In-Store | SS19
The measurements, the pattern, the cloth, the chalk, the scissors, the needle & thread. And hundreds of years of combined toil and talent.
Over the coming months, we will be taking you on an insider’s look at some of the unique characters who make up the unseen members of our team and provide the backbone to Timothy Everest bespoke tailoring.
We’re pleased to announce we will be back in NYC for another trunk show; visiting clients old and new from February 25th to 28th We will be on hand to discuss your requirements out of our usual haunt at: 11 Howard | Soho | New York | NY 10013 Please contact us … Continued
Hosted by our friends at Beige Habilleur, Fred and Tony from our team will be in store and on hand at 83 Rue Chardon Lagache next Thursday and Friday.
As well as explaining a little more about our history, heritage and process, we will have a selection of exclusive vintage cloths, alongside our vast array of fabric bunches from the best British and Italian mills. These cloths have been sourced from our journeys around Europe include heritage tweeds in rarely seen colour combinations and sumptuous cashmere checks.
The Wonderful World Of Timothy Everest Bespoke:
The tailoring team here at Timothy Everest enjoy a challenge. We pride ourselves on our ability to give every custom order the care and attention it deserves and deliver the client a garment both unique and truly special. From time to time, our expertise is called on for some rather fascinating garments that go beyond the ordinary scope of tailor made suiting. To that end, a couple of long-standing customers recently requested that we turn our hands to making bespoke suede jackets.
As the clocks go back and the afternoons darken, the temperature plummets as if from nowhere. The surprise of our long, hot summer gives way to the inevitability of the northerly winds and frosty mornings.
We are pleased to re-introduce our patented Tailored Parka; the ultimate antidote to winter’s bite. Recut and refined, the tailored parka offers a sartorially smarter take on the wardrobe staple.
Despite its French-sounding name, Corduroy is a resolutely English cloth dating back to the 18th century and the beginning of the industrial revolution. In some parts of Europe, it still retains the name Manchester cloth; a reminder of its roots in “Cottonopolis”. Effectively a ridged velvet, corduroy is a hardy, yet soft fabric with a pedigree … Continued
Here at Timothy Everest, we do not believe that Ready-To-Wear should mean that one style suits all; and our tailored casual range offers a lot of scope for different fits and patterns. To this end, we have three different models of Sportcoat this season to select from: THE HOXTON: An easy wearing two button jacket with a … Continued
The Peacoat has been a cornerstone of the gentleman’s wardrobe for over three centuries; changing very little in this time. Built for the hardiest of conditions, the peacoat made its way onto the boulevards of fashionable Paris via visiting mariners at a time when men were turning away from fanciful brocade and embellishment and embracing … Continued
In The Cherry Orchard, Paul Nash’s evocative painting of an English winter scene from 1917, the bare branches of fruit trees spring forth from the landscape. Neatly planted arboreal rows await the sunshine and warmth to bloom again. There’s comfort here despite the cold. For our Autumn / Winter W18 look book, we explored the same … Continued
This season we have developed some new additions to our outerwear range, and are excited to introduce our brand new Mariner Jacket. A nod to our nation’s seafaring history, the Mariner is proudly made here in the United Kingdom utilising exclusively British components. During the early 19th Century, sailors and fishermen were known to … Continued
While style is indeed perennial and enduring, it does not mean that one should refrain from innovation and improvement. Here on the cutting table at Timothy Everest, we have spent the summer tweaking and seeking to develop our popular made-to-measure suit block. Head cutter Fred Nieddu took to the block with his chalk and shears, lending … Continued
We’re pleased to announce we will be back in NYC for another Trunk show; visiting clients old and new from September 24th to 27th Lee and Fred will be on hand to discuss your needs out of our usual haunt at: 11 Howard | Soho | New York | NY 10013 Please contact here to arrange an appointment.
Starting The Day The Shoreditch Way St John Bread & Wine is an East London institution. Fergus Henderson opened his Spitalfields outpost back in 2003 on the site of a former bank opposite the market, and a brisk stroll from our home on Redchurch Street. It was a crisp morning when Fred, Lee and Tony took a quick constitutional down … Continued
London, like most of Europe, has been blessed with a scorching summer this year. While this means stifling tube journeys and daily reminders of us Brits’ fear of air conditioning, it has also made for plenty of opportunities to get out and about, visiting spots often ruined by summertime rainfall. Getting an … Continued
If you have visited our Redchurch Street store recently, you may well have noticed our mezzanine floor has had a bit of a freshen up and pride of place is our new accessories table. The rather impressive six ft diameter mahogany number is now home to our extensive tie and pocket square collection. Having taken delivery of brand new stock … Continued
Tucked away in the well-heeled environs of London’s Mayfair, we find Timothy Everest’s West End tailoring outpost on Bruton Place. A street of former mews houses a stone’s throw from Morton’s Club and the elegant Connaught, it provides the perfect location to showcase our Bespoke and Made-To-Measure services and Ready-To-Wear suiting. There’s nothing quite like taking advantage of the morning … Continued
Every client’s creation is exclusive at Timothy Everest. The beauty of the bespoke process at Timothy Everest is the almost limitless scope for innovation and interpretation. Clients call on us for everything from the traditional to the fanciful and all points in between. Many workplaces take a more relaxed view to appropriate work attire … Continued
Our part of town has a particularly strong association with modern art. Around the same time as we established the bespoke house on Elder Street, a new generation of British artists, the so-called “YBA’s”, made East London their home, setting up studios and galleries in the old warehouse and industrial buildings that proliferate our … Continued
London is a dynamic city. Around half a million people commute into the City Of London every day and an ever-changing skyline is evidence of constant renewal and growth. This change and development has been evolving for almost two millennia now and shows little sign of abating. At Timothy Everest, our Ready-To-Wear and Bespoke clothing … Continued
Fortune favours the brave, and with the English weather still undecided as to where it stands, we at Timothy Everest have embraced the spirit of the season and ditched the long trousers. Anticipating adventures in sunnier climes, we have been road testing our brand new Box Shorts. A warm-weather cousin to our Pleated Pant, the Box … Continued
New York Trunk Show We are now taking bookings for our forthcoming visit to New York. As ever, we will be based at 11 Howard, with Lee Rekert and Fred Nieddu on hand to guide you through your bespoke and made-to-measure tailoring requirements. Please contact us here to arrange an appointment for the upcoming trip.
The Timothy Everest Cuban Shirt is back As the weather here in the UK clicks a few notches hotter, a man’s mind starts turning to his holiday wardrobe and the eternal quest to look smart but stay cool in the summer heat. Taking our inspiration from the Latin American Guayabera, Timothy Everest’s Cuban Shirt … Continued
Oslo Trunk Show | May 7th – 8th | The Thief | Timothy Everest We are very excited to announce our first ever Norwegian trunk show. We will be based at The Thief hotel, Oslo. Please contact us here to arrange an appointment for the upcoming trip. Our team of Lee Rekert, Fred Nieddu and Tony Sylvester will all be on hand, as nouveau Nordic chic … Continued
With the sun finally reemerging from the winter gloom, we’re taking a closer look at some of the exclusive cloths in our ready-to-wear range this season. All have been designed with the warmer weather in mind, rising to the challenge of keeping you smart in the summer months. First up is a lightweight navy … Continued
We have taken delivery of four new styles of shoe from one of our favourite footwear brands, Paraboot. In fresh new materials, we have restocked two best sellers and added two previously unavailable models to our line up. With their distinctive dark green label, rugged good looks and sturdy welted construction, Paraboots add a touch of distinctly Gallic panache … Continued
“TimothyEverest made me a pair of strides so good they’ve ruined me for other trousers. That’s the long and short of it; or rather the width and height. Wide, very high-waisted with band- and side-adjusters, turn-ups, and single, large, arching, inwardly facing pleats. Wearing them has changed everything, and hunger for this pleated trouser … Continued
Welcoming back our Everest Shirt for Summer 2018 “They’re such beautiful shirts, she sobbed…It makes me sad because I’ve never seen such beautiful shirts.” – Daisy Buchanan, The Great Gatsby (F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1925) Originally launched in Autumn 2017, we are very happy to see the return of our signature Everest shirts in store this week. This instant classic proved … Continued
Accessory to Sartoria New Ties & Pocket Squares at Timothy Everest To complement our Spring Summer 2018 “Out Of The Blue” offering online and in store, we have restocked our accessory department with simpatico product. Running the gamut from matte handled cotton/linen mixes to traditional silk Macclesfields, the colour palette of greens, golds, … Continued
The Sanders Playboy Boot: A British Icon The story goes like this: During WWII, British troops fighting in the North African desert were looking for something lighter and better suited to the climate and terrain than their standard issue service boots. Some more enterprising officers sought out Cairo cobblers in the bazaars and adapted a local … Continued
His Style Is As Sharp As His Mind On the 17th February, British Boxing progeny Chris Eubank Jnr will be stepping into the ring for the toughest fight of his career, taking on WBA World Champion, and fellow Brit, George Groves in the semi finals of the World Boxing Super Series. With an impressive fight record … Continued
A Sterling Appearance Tuesday 23rd January saw the glitterati from across the UK TV “world” gather at the O2 Arena in London for the 2018 National Television Awards. While Ant & Dec, ITV’s light entertainment “kings”,were the big winners on the night, our personal prize for “Best Dressed” went to host Dermot O’Leary. Long standing friend and client of Timothy … Continued
The Crown season 2 finally streams on Netflix from December 8th. The eagerly anticipated drama chronicles the life of Queen Elizabeth II from the 1940s to modern times. Alongside barnstorming performances from Claire Foy and Matt Smith, the undisputed stars of the show are the costumes. In terms of styling, historical accuracy and sheer scale of undertaking, it … Continued
Friday 10th November marked the cinematic release of the latest instalment in the critically acclaimed Paddington movie film franchise. The movie sees us collaborating with Oscar-winning costume designer Lindy Hemming on the wardrobe for the inimitable Hugh Grant. Mr Grant plays the dastardly dandy Phoenix Buchanan, a down-on-his-luck thespian prepared to resort to criminal ends to regain his reputation. Look … Continued
Timothy Everest Collaborates on Film Wardrobe for Murder on the Orient Express Of the dozens of suits we were commissioned to make for the upcoming Kenneth Branagh directed Murder On The Orient Express, our bespoke department were particularly enamoured with one we handmade for the character Dr. Abuthnot played by Leslie Odom Jr. Taking inspiration … Continued
Not long ago it was deemed unusual for a man to carry anything other than a briefcase or rucksack day-to-day, but the landscape is changing for the better. There are now a host of bags on the market which fuse style and functionality, enabling us to transport our belongings with ease without compromising on aesthetic. … Continued
With wedding season swiftly approaching, it’s the perfect opportunity to flex your sartorial muscle. Whether you’re centre stage on the day, or popping along for a few drinks in the evening it’s important to make sure your outfit is sorted well in advance. No last minute panicking the night before when you realise you left … Continued
It’s always tricky at this time of year to find a jacket which will see you through, as you can step out of the front door to glorious sunshine and arrive in the office in a downpour. Our Design team have reworked our classic Bomber jacket for the Spring/Summer season. Lightweight and comfortable to wear, … Continued
Pop Over Shirts are a key part of our Spring/Summer 2017 shirt offering. Relaxed and easy-to-wear, these are a great alternative to the more traditional button downs. They are a key menswear trend for the season, so much so that our good friend, Tom Stubbs, wrote a feature on them in the Financial Times How … Continued
Summer suiting can be a tricky one, as fully lined Jackets are heavy and uncomfortable in the heat. That’s why our team hand pick the finest lightweight wools, linens and cottons for the season, opting for half lined and unlined jackets to help see you through the warmer weather with washed cotton. Our Washed Cotton … Continued
Our second season collaborating with Sanders footwear is available to buy in-store and online now. We have selected some key styles from their iconic Sanders Japan line, for which we are pleased to be the exclusive stockist in the UK. Each piece in our collaboration is limited to just 12 pieces, and when it’s gone … Continued
We recently launched some new product online, including MoonStar sneakers; we are the exclusive stockist in the UK for this iconic yet underground Japanese brand. Our team is always on the look out for new products which you may not have heard of, or may not be able to get your hands on, each with … Continued
We are excited to share a photo with you of the fantastic Jeremy Irons wearing TimothyEverest Bespoke in the forthcoming ‘Assassin’s Creed’. If you’re reading this in the USA you’ll be able to catch the eagerly anticipated film in cinemas from 21st December. If, like us, you’re in the UK you’ll have to wait until … Continued
Henry Cavill was dressed in TimothyEverest Bespoke for his role in Guy Ritchie’s adaptation of The Man From U.N.C.L.E. which premiered in the summer of 2015. Cavill reprised the role of bad boy CIA agent Napolean Solo in the film adaptation of Sam Rolfe’s 1960s TV series of the same name. Cavill starred opposite Armie … Continued
Following on from Skyfall, Timothy Everest, reprises the role as tailor to Ralph Fiennes’ character, “M”, adding two characters to his roster – villain Franz Oberhauser (Christoph Waltz) and henchman Mr Hinx (Dave Bautista). Working closely with the 007 wardrobe team, the brief was to contemporarise M from heavy worsted wools and flannels to a … Continued