LONDON — Since he took the helm eight years ago at Kilgour, the venerable Savile Row tailor to icons from Cary Grant to Fred Astaire, Carlo Brandelli has earned his fair share of accolades for his radical modernist interpretation of the British sartorial tradition.
Influentials like Jude Law, Daniel Craig and Nick Knight (who also shoots the company advertising) have become clients, the British Fashion Council has awarded Brandelli the men’s designer of the year prize, and Brandelli has emerged as one of the most identifiable symbols of new cool on the Row.
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