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Henry Poole & Co

Henry Poole- Custom bespoke tailors in Savile Row since 1806- making the finest tailored suits, shirts and garments in London's Savile Row.

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The history of Henry Poole lies at the heart of the Savile Row suit. It is both a family story and a story of an international business that covers the past, the present and the future. From our historical tailoring bloodline through to our current bespoke process for creating a range of clothing garments (including shirts, blazers, sports jackets, top coats, overcoats, dress wear and, of course, tailored suits), Poole’s epitomises the glory behind Savile Row tradition of pure bespoke tailoring.

It starts with the underlying premise of the bespoke experience—the defining distinction from the purchase of even the best in ready-made: Henry Poole understands that every client is unique. No client will ever have the same pattern or receive exactly the same finished suit. With each piece of clothing being made personally by our tailors on the premises on Savile Row, London, the theme remains consistent: individuality expressed through craftsmanship and style.

Savile Row is a deceptively quiet London street that has achieved international fame as the heart of English bespoke tailoring. Savile Row’s fame can be traced back to James Poole, who opened linen drapers in Everett Street, Brunswick Square in 1806. By the time of the Battle of Waterloo, James Poole had set up as a maker of military tunics.

In 1822 James Poole opened an emporium at 181 Regent Street and later made his headquarters at 4 Old Burlington Street. Upon James Poole’s death in 1846, his son, Henry inherited the family business. His undeniable charisma and passion for the aristocratic world of equestrian and field sports made him what today would be known as a ‘celebrity tailor’.

Henry Poole’s reputation enhanced as he went on to serve the future Emperor Napoleon, as well as Queen Victoria. However King Edward VII would showcase Henry Poole as a leader of fashion and create a social hub around the Mayfair premises. Henry Poole enlarged the store and built a palatial showroom with a new entrance opening onto the adjoining street of Savile Row. Henry Poole built a reputation for being the first choice for gentlemen of quality, thus starting the long tradition of London bespoke tailoring with Savile Row as its base.

After Henry Poole’s death in 1876, his cousin Samuel Cundey took over. By then, the firm had served nearly every European crowned head. Poole’s opened branches in Paris, Vienna and Berlin – the foundation of the international tailor business that continues to this day. By the early 1900s, Henry Poole was the largest tailoring establishment of its type in the world, employing 300 tailors and 14 cutters.

When redevelopment in 1961 led to the demolition of its original building, the shop and workrooms were forced to move to a modern site in nearby Cork Street. In 1982, however, Henry Poole were able to return to their traditional home, moving back to ‘the Row’, in a beautiful Victorian building at number 15. Coming full circle, returning to, and building upon, a tradition of their own invention.

We have occupied our current premises at 15 Savile Row since 1982. Our showroom and cutting room are situated on the ground floor, with our tailoring workshops and Livery Department just below ground level. Clients make the journey to Savile Row from Japan, the United States, Europe and beyond to have everything they need tailor-made from scratch and precisely to order—from morning dress and evening dress, to bespoke suits, blazers and sports jackets as well as shirts, top coats and overcoats.

At our Savile Row showroom, customers can choose from over 6,000 cloth swatches ranging from luxury worsted cashmere suitings from mills in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, to rich flannels from the West Country and pure cashmere, together with fine tweeds from the Islands of the Outer Hebrides and the Scottish Borders. The result: you can not only be sure that what we make for you will be cut and sewn to fit you alone—you can be just as sure that no one else will be wearing anything exactly the same. To compliment your bespoke wardrobe and to help make it truly one of a kind, we offer a large selection of hand-picked accessories, including ties, cufflinks, braces, belts, socks, and much more. For more information about our accessories, please visit our online store.

We continue to maintain our long tradition as eminent international tailors to our many overseas clients. We therefore make regular visits to France, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Japan and ten major cities in the USA. Please click here to see our current travel schedule.

In 1964 Henry Poole & Co was the first Savile Row tailor to enter the Japanese market, introducing our signature bespoke process to the entire country. We next designed a complete range of exclusive made-to- measure garments that are sold in luxury department stores across Japan. More recently, Henry Poole & Co shops have been opened in Beijing and Hangjou, offering bespoke tailoring to the emerging market in China.

A full list of clients who used the Savile Row Tailor can be found below;

HIM The Emperor Napoleon III 1858
HRH The Prince of Wales 1863
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh 1868
HRH The Crown Prince of Prussia 1868
HM Queen Victoria1869
HM The King of the Beligians 1869
HRH The Crown Prince of Denmark 1869
HRH The Prince of Teck1870
HRH Prince Christian of Schleswig–Holstein 1870
The Khedive of Egypt 1870HRH
Prince Oscar of Sweden & Norway 1871
HM King Amadeus I of Spain 1871
HRH Prince Louis of Hesse 1871
HRH Crown Prince of Russia 1874
HIM The Emperor Pedro II of Brazil 1874
HIM Tsar Alexander II of Russia 1875
HM The King of Hellenes 1877
HRH The Crown Prince of Austria 1878
HM King Umberto I of Italy 1879
HIM Emperor Wilhelm I of Germany*
HIM Tsar Alexander III of Russia 1881
HG The Duke of Genoa 1891
HG Friedrich, Grossherzog of Baden 1891
HG The Duke of Aosta 1892
HRH Prince Emanuel of Savoie 1892
HIM The Shah of Persia*HM The King of Denmark 1893
HRH Crown Prince of Russia 1874
HIM The Emperor Pedro II of Brazil 1874
HIM Tsar Alexander II of Russia 1875
HM The King of Hellenes 1877
HRH The Crown Prince of Austria 1878
HM King Umberto I of Italy 1879
HIM Emperor Wilhelm I of Germany*HIM Tsar Alexander III of Russia 1881
HG The Duke of Genoa 1891
HG Friedrich, Grossherzog of Baden 1891
HG The Duke of Aosta 1892
HRH Prince Emanuel of Savoie 1892
HIM The Shah of Persia*
HM The King of Denmark 1893
HM King Edward VII 1902
HRH Prince Albrecht of Prussia 1903
HH The Maharajah Gaekwar of Baroda 1905
HIM The Shah of Persia 1906
The Khedive of Egypt 1910
HM Queen Alexandra 1911
HRH The Prince of Wales 1922
The Imperial Household of Japan 1923
HM King George V 1928
HM The King of the Bulgarians 1936
HM King George VI 1940
HIM Emperor Haile Selassie 1959
HM Queen Elizabeth II

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