No.1 Savile Row

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The story of a grand London townhouse, an establishment of opulent splendour

Originally home to Lord Fairfax, royal commissioner of customs for King George III

Passing into the possession of the Dukes of Devonshire in 1756, No.1 provided a fine London address close to the Court of St. James’s

Home to the distinguished Royal Geographical Society from 1870

Hawkes, the most prestigious military and court tailors in London, purchased No. 1 in 1913, establishing Savile Row as an epicentre for fine tailoring

The House would go on to become synonymous with London style, dressing the wealthiest and most powerful from Royal Dukes to the political, aristocratic and military establishment

Today, resplendent No.1 serves as the global headquarters of a British luxury brand dedicated to the pursuit of excellence

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