LONDON — Britain’s men’s wear designers are smartening up, taking their cues from Savile Row finery and dapper London men who care deeply about dressing, such as Bryan Ferry, Manolo Blahnik and David Beckham.

“Young people are getting sick of jeans,” said Philip Start, a London retailer and designer, who on Wednesday presented his tailored line, Mr. Start, on the last day of London Fashion Week, which is dedicated to men’s wear. “You can wear tailored or bespoke clothes and still have a casual look.”

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