Dashing Tweeds make fabulous, flamboyant tweeds that fuse great British workmanship with innovative design and dandiacal flair. Neil Ridley and Horatio Scotney-Le Cheyne donned a selection of them to tackle a typical working day in the city
All fabrics by Dashing Tweeds
Individual items made by:
Ready-to-wear cycle cape, cycle trousers and waistcoat, all in the Cyclist fabric.
Scooter Coat by Russell at Graham Browne (also available as ready-to-wear) in the Urban Check fabric.
Outside the Betting Shop:
Suit by Russell at Graham Browne in the Bounder 4 tweed.
Suit by Henry Poole in the McDougall check 4.
Shirting by Turnbull & Asser, tailored by Budd.
In the Pub:
Classic two-button suit by Russell in the Cyclist fabric.
The Westerner Cut by Russell at Graham Browne in the Double Yellow Line fabric. Both ties by Tony Lutwyche.
In the Café:
Neil wears: Suit by Davies & Sons in the Stripe fabric, based on a Mr Fish classic. Shirt by Budd.
Horatio wears: Suit by Edward Sexton in the Green Raver fabric. Shirt by Edward Sexton.
In the Street: The Reefer by Gieves & Hawkes, cut by Kathryn Sargent in the Incognito fabric
Vintage tweed suit
Photographer: Guy Hills
Photographer’s assistant: George Garnier
Models: Neil Ridley, Horatio Scotney-Le Cheyne, Wendy Rose Bevan
Locations: Berwick Street Market, Maison Bertaux, Lutwyche Bespoke, 83 Berwick Street, London W1F 8TS
Maison Bertaux, 28 Greek Street, London W1D 5DD