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Story of London: Streets of style Savile Row and the history of tailoring


Date: 20 June 2009

2pm – 3.30pm

FTM and the Story of London

Throughout June London is going to be awash with activities celebrating what makes the capital so fantastic in so many ways. Run by the GLA the FTM is pleased to be putting on two events that highlight the amazing history of tailoring and the impact of colour in architecture as part of this programme.

Streets of style – Savile Row and the history of tailoring
 
Timothy Everest Along with Petticoat Lane, Portobello Road, King’s Road and Carnaby Street, Savile Row must be one of London’s most famous streets. Interestingly, all these streets have a connection with clothing and fashion. Savile Row, however, is surely the crown prince of them all. 

The FTM is delighted renowned tailor Timothy Everest is able to join us to take us on a journey encompassing the history of Savile Row to the New Bespoke Movement, which he has been at the forefront of for the last decade.

 Cost: £10 (£7 concessions)

Advance booking is recommended. To book call 020 7407 8664.

www.london.gov.uk/storyoflondon

 

Photo: Timothy Everest

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