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Seven must-know tailors on London’s famous Savile Row

Some of the names to know on London's most stylish street.

Gieves & Hawkes

Established: 1771 Location: No. 1

One of the world's oldest tailoring houses. Creates the uniforms of Her Majesty's Bodyguard.

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Henry Poole & Co.

Established: 1806 Location: No. 15

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Founded as a military tailoring house. Credited with inventing the tuxedo in the 1860s. henrypoole.com

Norton & Sons Established: 1821 Location: No. 16

Where outdoorsmen go for bespoke hunting garments. nortonandsons.co.uk

H. Huntsman & Sons Established: 1849 Location: No. 11

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Known for its house tweed. Counts Paul Newman, Clark Gable and Gregory Peck among its past clients. huntsmansavilerow.com

Dege & Skinner Established: 1865 Location: No. 10

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Offers an in-house bespoke shirt service — the only one of its kind on the Row. dege-skinner.co.uk

Ozwald Boateng Established: 1986 Location: No. 30

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Tailored clothing with a fashionable bent, from a former creative director for Givenchy. ozwaldboateng.co.uk

Richard James Established: 1992 Location: No. 29

Introduced a refreshingly contemporary aesthetic—and slimmer silhouette—to the Row. richardjames.co.uk

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