The epicentre of bespoke British tailoring, Savile Row has long proved a fascination for the artfully experimental Irish designer, Sharon Wauchob. Now, as she makes her debut into the menswear arena at London Fashion Week Men’s tomorrow (it’s been womenswear all the way since she first launched her line in 1999), we’re readying ourselves to soak up a collection that honours the hallowed postcode’s heart and heritage.

Joining the ranks of designers like Edward Crutchley, Christopher Ræburn and John Lawrence Sullivan who are unifying menswear and womenswear on the schedule, Sharon’s offering – created alongside one of the strip’s most established master tailors, Norton & Sons – will see her unveil a joint collection that puts a twist on tradition.

For a sneak peak, we met Sharon and Alexander Lewis of Norton & Sons at the Savile Row office, to learn more about the partnership that everyone is talking about.

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