Once again the time has come around to redress Redwood and Feller’s famous window display. The wonderfully talented Miss Wallace has a great eye for design and has yet again laid her fair hand to R&F’s front of shop with spectacular results.
On this outing, she opted for a more contemporary, abstract theme, creatively mixing traditional tailoring with more modern garments that really show off R&F’s versatility and skill. The display represents just how adaptable the shop is, literally tailoring to a variation of client requests – requests that come from a wonderfully diverse group of clients that range from the older, more traditional base, to the younger and more flamboyant clientele (and visa-versa of course).
This ability to adapt is one of R&F’s great strengths and something that stands this small yet polished Pimlico shop apart from its somewhat elitist counterparts on Savile Row who nearly threw out a hip when the youthful American clothing brand Abercrombie & Fitch moved on to the famously traditional Mayfair street.
Although R&F is first and foremost a traditional bespoke tailors of the very highest caliber, father and son team Edward and Elliot Rowland will never shy away from the challenge of a more modern cut and indeed a more eccentric pattern.