Anderson & Sheppard

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Anderson & Sheppard is a Savile Row bespoke clothing firm established in 1906.

The fluid style of the legendary cutter Frederick Scholte was from the start the distinguishing feature of the house style. Scholte was the Duke of Windsor’s Cutter and trained Per Anderson.

A high small armhole with a generous upper sleeve permits the jacket to remain close to the neck while freeing the arm to move with comfort.

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Former devotees have included Fred Astaire, Gary Cooper and Noel Coward.[citation needed] Anderson & Sheppard kept Prince Charles in double breasted suits for years. In 2004, Tom Ford became a customer of the firm, commissioning suits that would later appear in a W magazine photo shoot.

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