London, United Kingdom, January 30, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The website was designed by the creative web design company Pod1. On the site there’s a selection of menswear bestsellers as well as the Director’s choice of gift ideas, and even more items will be added over the next few weeks.
Everything from iconic flannel suits, classic herringbone tweeds, cashmere overcoats, and men’s formal shirts in the latest fabrics is available complemented by a vaste range of menswear accessories and shoes. The Royal Heritage Collection was inspired by the eclectic style and elegance of the Duke of Windsor. The items can be purchased directly from the Shop section, or browse through our Collections and buy the whole look.
For over 200 years, Gieves & Hawkes has created the finest handmade garments and men’s bespoke tailoring. They are renowned internationally as the authority on British tailoring, and 1 Savile Row, where their shop is located, is considered the place to find the finest tailored garments.
Drawing on the formidable heritage of their design and craftsmanship, combined with modern styling, innovation and precision engineering, a bespoke suits from Gieves & Hawkes remain the ultimate sartorial investment.
In addition to the luxury of Gieves & Hawkes bespoke service, there are also two further options available. Personal Tailoring blends together the ready-to-wear procedures with the flexibility of the bespoke offering, while the Ready-to-Wear collection presents customers with the convenience of buying a beautiful garment off-the-peg.
Also, for a limited time only, at Gieves & Hawkes online there are further winter reductions of up to 60%. There’s the chance to purchase the highest quality shirts, neckwear, footwear and casualwear, all at remarkable prices.
So avoid venturing out into the bad weather and relax in the warmth, Gieves & Hawkes customers can purchase the finest tailoring, accessories and formal wear with up to 60% off. Suits are now starting from £345. Classic shirts reduced from £95 to £38, jumpers from £145 to £95 and shoes from £225 to £155 are just an example.