Savile Row Joins Art in Mayfair for the Second Year

Savile Row

We are delighted to announce that Savile Row is taking part in Art in Mayfair for the second year.

A wealth of collaborations between renowned artists and Savile Row's celebrated tailors are taking place as The Row showcases its unique relationship with renowned contemporary artists, tying in with Mayfair's rich art heritage.

Participating tailors include Richard James, Richard Anderson, Dege & Skinner, Anderson & Sheppard, Pickett, Kathryn Sargent, Holland & Sherry, Arthur Sleep London and Scabal.

Ed Reeve

Richard James
29 Savile Row, London W1S 2EY

Richard James is pleased to announce an exhibition of sculpture by internationally-renowned sculptor, David Begbie. The exhibit is organised by Milan-based art advisor Helen Varola and on view until August 26, 2022.

Begbie’s sculptures are contemporary physical forms from steel mesh and stainless steel that use strategic lighting to create optical compositions of line, form and projected shadow. Each transparent sculpture has a palpable presence that complements the Richard James space and James’ own radical approach to pushing boundaries of classic design.

Dege & Skinner
10 Savile Row, London W1S 3PF

Dege & Skinner is collaborating with South London artist, Ray Richardson, featuring his new painting, 'Herbie Hancock', in the shop window display at 10 Savile Row.

An avid fan of music, from jazz to northern soul, blues to R&B, this work by Ray is inspired by the Herbie Hancock album cover, 'Inventions & Dimensions'. The painting is due to be exhibited at the Zedes Art Gallery in Brussels at the end of this year.

Herbie Hancock by Ray Richardson

10-12 Burlington Gardens, London W1S 3EY

Pickett is joining forces with the Rebecca Hossack Gallery to turn the window of its Burlington store into a gallery featuring work from artist Phil Shaw.

Kathryn Sargent
6 Brook Street, London W1S 1BB

Kathryn Sargent Bespoke Tailoring is delighted to exhibit 'The Platinum Queen' by Carne Griffiths in conjunction with West Contemporary Editions, one of 70 exclusive artworks to celebrate Her Majesty's reign. Each piece is hand-finished by the artist, entirely unique and produced using three screen printed layers: fluorescent, diamond dust and platinum leaf. 

What's more, £150 from each sale of the limited edition prints will be donated to the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity), helping to support the hospital's most urgent needs.

Holland & Sherry
31 Savile Row, London W1S 3PT

Don't miss Holland & Sherry's Art, Cloth and Craftsmanship Exhibition showcasing one-of-a-kind suits from British luxury fashion house, Mousbah Moghrabi, alongside the original artworks that inspire his work. 

Founded in London by the eponymous Dutch-Lebanese fashion designer, the brand is best known for its tailored suits, which are expertly handmade in England from sumptuous Holland & Sherry cloth and silk-lined with unique works of art. Moghrabi aims to merge the classic elegance of English menswear with the eccentric creativity of London-based artists. 

Look forward to the original artworks on display by Walera Martynchik, Ago Hernandez, Renata Silvero, Yolanda Gong and Odilia Suanzes. 

Arthur Sleep London
8 Savile Row, London W1S 3PF

Arthur Sleep London, famed for its handcrafted slippers and loafers, has teamed up with gallery and fluid platform, Roman Road, to create a series of artist takeovers in the Savile Row store.

The weekly series kicked off on 28 June with artist Yulia Losilzon, followed by Daisy Dodd-Noble, Ellen Antico and Louisa Me. Expect to see dazzling window displays featuring the artists' work and exciting showcases in-store until the end of July.

Anderson & Sheppard
17 Clifford St, London W1S 3RQ and 32 Old Burlington St, London W1S 3AT

Working alongside Ben Brown Fine Arts, Anderson & Sheppard will be showcasing two of the artists that the gallery represents. Look forward to show-stopping window displays in both Clifford Street and Old Burlington Street.

12 Savile Row, London W1S 3PQ

Scabal will be creating a window into the world of Salvador Dali, showcasing an exclusive collection of paintings and a suit made from fine fabric inspired by his work. 

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