Clothsurgeon, which makes bespoke streetwear for Riz Ahmed and ASAP Rocky, is a first for the fabled street.
LONDON — Savile Row tends to be quiet in late August, as the financiers, oligarchs and occasional rock stars who patronize the street’s bespoke tailors are on vacation. But there was plenty of commotion at No. 40, where sartorial traditions were being gently upended and new ones were being forged.
Inside the airy space were the usual accouterments of luxury British men’s wear: swatch books from Holland and Sherry, David Bowie on the stereo. But the designs on offer were far from standard: a bomber jacket in off-white crochet; track pants in a
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