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The third edition of Concours on Savile Row will take place on Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23 May. Here’s what to expect this year!

British Manufacturing

Partnering with Morgan Motor Company for a third year, the entirety of Savile Row will be closed to traffic for the two day public event, which has proved to be extremely popular with car enthusiasts and tailoring fanatics alike.

Highlighting the parallels between the bespoke handcraft of tailoring and the 21st century coachbuilding skills that go into the creation of every Morgan vehicle, throughout the day there will be in-store demonstrations of bespoke shirt-cutting and bespoke tailoring at Number 10, in the very heart of Savile Row.

Royal Occasion

On display inside Dege & Skinner will be a number of unique tailored pieces created for high profile, globally televised events, such as His Majesty King Charles III’s Coronation on 6th May 2023, Trooping the Colour and other official ceremonial occasions attended by members of the Royal Household.

As well as seeing the detail and design that goes into every bespoke creation, guests and members of the public will also be able to chat to the cutters and tailors who cut and made the stunning clothing so admired in the UK and around the world.

Head of Bespoke

One of the people available to speak to during the event will be Head Bespoke Cutter Nicholas De’Ath, who was awarded with the Coronation Medal in recognition of his work on the various Coronation uniforms, as presented to him by Her Majesty The Queen at Clarence House last year.

Miniature Military

Available to view will be a replica of the navy blue doeskin tunic worn by HRH Prince Louis, plus replicas of the miniature military uniforms worn by Her Majesty The Queen’s four Page Boys.

And HRH Prince George’s miniature military uniform, worn by him at the wedding of then HRH Prince Harry, now Duke of Sussex, to actress Meghan Markle in 2018.

The Duke of Sussex's chosen wedding outfit was the frockcoat uniform of the Household Cavalry, the 'Blues and Royals'.

British Hospitality

As well as in-store tailoring and shirt-cutting demonstrations, at 4pm on each day of this year’s Concours on Savile Row, The Alco-Mist ‘Neil Clark’ will be creating specially crafted liquors and British-themed drinks to be served to just 20 badge holding VIPs.

Places for The Alco-Mist's masterclass will be allocated on a first come, first served basis so please arrive promptly at 4pm to secure your place.

On display outside Number 10 Savile Row will be Morgan’s latest Plus Four, which was revealed last month.

Unique Design

The Plus Four model will be finished in a striking blue paint with a biscuit leather interior. Alongside the latest Plus Four will be the Super 3, Morgan’s latest three-wheeled sports car.


In addition to the two stunning Morgan sports cars, a Pashley-Morgan 10 bicycle will also be on show on The Row. Another example of great British engineering and design, this time by Pashley, Britain’s oldest recognised bicycle manufacturer. This co-branded model effortlessly marries the distinctive Pashley-Morgan silhouette with more modern componentry and added practicality, which makes for a bike equally suited to city commutes or exploring green lanes and cycleways.

The partnership between Dege & Skinner, which was established in 1865 and to this day continues as a family-owned business, cutting and making all of its bespoke clothing on Savile Row. Morgan Motor Company, which is celebrating 115 years of handcrafting cars in Malvern. And Pashley, which manufactures its globally popular bicycles in Stratford Upon Avon, emphasises the similarities and connection between all three highly skilled, artisan makers.


As a bespoke tailoring house, Dege & Skinner creates unique pieces of clothing for discerning individuals. Morgan sports cars are made to order with near infinite combinations of options, each meticulously hand-crafted by Morgan’s skilled craftspeople, and Pashley with expertise that dates back nearly one hundred years, there is a lot to be proud of in terms of the British manufacturing on show at Concours on Savile Row.

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