By  on June 5, 2019

The British Fashion Council bookended the final day of New York Fashion Week: Men’s by holding both a breakfast and a cocktail party hosted by Dylan Jones, the group’s chair and British GQ editor in chief.

The day began with a breakfast at Huntsman, the bespoke tailor, which this year is celebrating its 100th year at 11 Savile Row. The brand, which was founded in 1849, has had a studio on 57th Street in New York for more than two years and company executives revealed that the American market represents 55 percent of the overall business with more than 350 clients added last year alone.

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