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  • No detail – or dog – too small

    A few weeks ago, head cutter Elliott Rowland had a customer of the four-legged variety walk through the doors of Redwood and Feller. Little Izzy...

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  • Waist not want not

    It seems that the waistcoat is making a come back in a big way. With sartorial elegance resurging back into mainstream menswear, everyone is starting...

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  • London Pride

    There’s a reason why lead cutters Edward and Elliott Rowland spend at least 40 hours on creating one single hand made garment. There’s a...

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  • A healthy new coat with pedigree

    At Redwood and Feller, head cutter Elliott Rowland is tasked with tackling a plethora of shapes and sizes on a daily basis. There is no...

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  • The mark of a good tailor

    A good tailor always keeps his chalk as sharp as the suits he creates. Why? Because one of the most important tools in any tailor’s...

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  • In the Navy

    Maybe a man’s affinity with the colour Navy started back in the crib; its masculine undertones ingratiated early on as a bouncing baby boy in...

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  • The perfect pattern

    The lines of bespoke tailoring can often get blurred between science and creativity but a great tailor with his own sense of style will always...

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  • Autumn/Winter wedding? Why not check out cashmere…

    It seems that 2016 is the year of the Autumn/Winter wedding as yet another new customer (after being recommended by a friend) came through the...

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  • Requesting a blinder

    When it comes to bespoke tailoring, much like a barber, if a customer is struggling to express their ideas – a picture can speak a...

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  • A suit fit for a first dance

    Redwood and Feller was incredibly honored when good friend Andy asked for a suit to be created for his wedding day.

    It was apparent from the...

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