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Bentley Motors & Savile Row

May 18, 2015
As part of the ‘Savile Row and America: A Sartorial Special Relationship’ exhibition taking place in Washington D.C. on last 14 May, 2015, four leading Savile Row Houses – Dege & Skinner, Gieves...
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As part of the ‘Savile Row and America: A Sartorial Special Relationship’ exhibition taking place in Washington D.C. on last 14 May, 2015, four leading Savile Row Houses – Dege & Skinner, Gieves & Hawkes, Henry Poole, and Huntsman – revealed their unique, modern interpretations of the classic driving jacket. Commissioned by Bentley Motors, the jackets celebrated the heritage and artistry that both Bentley and Savile Row represent. In a level of finish reserved for the most discerning of collectors, the capsule collection presented by Bentley embodied truly bespoke tailoring from Savile Row, paired with the very best of British luxury from Bentley Motors. Discover a distinguished collection which shows a perfect matching.

Pictures by: Bentley Motors _ Bespoke Driving Jacket _ Event

Discover here The Bespoke Driving Jacket – the second documentary film commissioned by Bentley Motors in the Intelligent Details series. The film features four houses from Savile Row, the internationally renowned home of bespoke tailoring, as they each create a Bespoke Driving Jacket, commissioned by Bentley Motors to mark the occasion of the Savile Row Bespoke exhibition in Washington, D.C :

Following the exhibition the jackets will return to London where they will on view during London Collection: Men’s, June 12-15, 2015 in the respective Savile Row houses. The jackets are available from each house by private commission.

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