Best of British tailoring since 1849
For over 160 years Huntsman has dressed a veritable Who’s Who of customers, from royalty and heads of state through to stars of stage and screen. The company houses over eighty ledger and visitor books, as well as patterns and photographs, all testifying to a fascinating customer history. This rich heritage and inspiring client portfolio has made Huntsman what it is today; a supreme tailor that continues to create iconic clothing in the distinct Huntsman house style.
With our team of experienced cutters, tailors, finishers and a presser, we hand-cut and hand tailor all of our clothing in-house at Huntsman, ensuring that the highest standards are maintained at every stage. Over 80 hours of workmanship go into creating each garment with skills being passed on through generations.
Men’s bespoke tailoring is at the heart of what we do. With over 160 years’ experience, our reputation is based on our uncompromising level of workmanship and service. We produce the finest business, formal and country-wear in the cutting room and workshops of our Savile Row premises. Bespoke clothing is made to last and if looked after properly should last a lifetime. We usually require you to come for three fittings to ensure the perfect fit.
Huntsman dressed Gregory Peck (right) for almost half a century (1953-2000). His clothes for film included The Million Pound Bank Note, The Man in the Grey Flannel Suit, The Chairman, and The Most Dangerous Man in the World. Even today, the cutters and team at Huntsman recall Gregory Peck as the ideal client – elegant, easy to please and a true gentleman. Among his many orders were commissions for a single breasted dinner suit in midnight blue, a single breasted black mohair dinner suit, olive cord trousers and a single breasted grey herringbone Lamlana sports coat.