English Tailors Since 1771
Both Thomas Hawkes and James Gieve were quintessential English gentleman who understood the needs of international travellers and explorers. They dressed with style, dignity, confidence and charm. They were curators of the finest things in life, and set high standards of artisan craftsmanship and quality.
They were mavericks and risk takers. Men who enjoyed life. Men who looked further than the shores of England.
These values remain true.