Norton & Sons was founded in 1821 by Walter Grant Norton, originally located on The Strand and later moving to Savile Row. Over the years, the bespoke tailor has catered to royalty from all across the world, including the UK, Italy, Prussia and Spain. Their notoriety has led them to dress the highest of society for well over a century, and under ownership of Patrick Grant since 2005, Norton & Sons looks to the future by appealing to their usual clientele, as well as a younger audience.
Norton & Sons offers bespoke and made-to-measure garments, from suiting and overcoats to sports jackets and trousers, as well as a bespoke shirt-making service. Head Cutter Nicholas Hammond and his team of expert tailors often channel a signature, classic style which tends to feature a shaped waist and neatly cut shoulder. Each piece is hand cut and sewn in the brand’s own workrooms, with the aim of crafting a clean and flattering shape for each client. One suit can take up to 11 craftsmen up to 80 hours to complete, exemplifying the meticulous skill going into a Norton & Sons suit. For the perfect fit which is made to last a lifetime, bespoke and made-to-measure pieces offer exceptional outcomes and ultimate experience of luxury.
The Norton & Sons store is located at 16 Savile Row, and enquiries of their services can be made through the company’s website.