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Spotlight on: E Tautz

With London Collections: Men beginning in January, we revisit the designers we loved from last season and are the most excited about seeing again. Today it’s the turn of contemporary Savile Row tailor E Tautz


Founded in 1867 by tailor Edward Tautz, E Tautz catered to the sporting and military elite of the time. Today, however, after being incorporated into Savile Row tailor Norton & Sons, the label’s creations have transitioned from strictly traditional tailoring to striking contemporary cuts.

Under the creative direction of Patrick Grant, designer and Savile Row ambassador-at-large, E Tautz has become synonymous with grand contemporary tailoring. Each collection reflects the quality cutting you would expect from a Savile Row tailor – elegant shoulders, suppressed waists and well-proportioned, balanced simplicity are all key to the E Tautz aesthetic.

Each collection is distinctly British, with all materials produced in Britain, including pieces handmade in the Norton & Sons workshop on Savile Row, tweed woven in the Outer Hebrides, and – according to Tautz lore – knitwear knitted by hand by eight grandmothers in Wales.

Last season’s collection saw an array of acid-bright coloured silks, sharp felt fedoras and kimono-inspired trenches, so we can’t begin to imagine what Mr Grant has in store for us this season, but we’re sure it’ll keep pushing E Tautz and Savile Row to new heights of masterful menswear.



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