By  on November 20, 2019

LONDON — Jeremy Hackett has come full circle. When he first moved to London from his native Bristol, Hackett got his first job on Savile Row, and then opened a store selling secondhand suits and accessories, many of which were sourced from Savile Row tailors. Now he is debuting his brand’s store on the famous tailoring street.

The new space is located on 14 Savile Row, a Georgian building that previously housed the Hardy Amies studio, and has now been restored as the home of Hackett’s offices, design studio, a club room and other spaces dedicated to made-to-measure and bespoke services.

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