Corporate Responsibility

Throughout its long history, Gieves & Hawkes has built a highly regarded name for the quality of its products and service standards.

We embrace sustainability as one our corporate values and take a responsible stance with regard to the environment, community and employees. We are committed to develop and implement sustainability initiatives to systematically reduce any negative impact on the environment and society.

Training and the community

Apprenticeships and training:

The Company is a founding member of the Savile Row Bespoke association which introduced a pre-apprenticeship course with Newham College in 2007 which supported over 300 young people. Gieves & Hawkes, is currently partnering with Fashion Enter on the Level 5 apprenticeship programme and at any one time has a number of apprentices at its premises at No1 Savile Row.


Gieves & Hawkes regularly employs interns in its marketing and product departments.

Surplus cloth

Gieves & Hawkes donates surplus cloth to the London College of Fashion & TRAID.

Product Sourcing

Gieves & Hawkes is dedicated to conducting its operations throughout the world on principles of ethical business practice and recognition of the dignity of workers. We expect our business partners, their suppliers, and authorized sub-contractors to respect and adhere to our standard guidelines and to all applicable national and local laws in the operation of their business. All suppliers are required to conform to our Vendor Compliance guidelines.


Gieves & Hawkes is committed to equality of opportunity in all its employment practices, policies and procedures. Within the framework of the law, we are committed wherever feasible to achieving and maintaining a workforce which reflects the local community in which we operate. Every possible step will be taken to ensure that individuals are treated fairly in all aspects of their employment at Gieves & Hawkes.

Health & Safety

The Company is committed to ensuring the health, safety and welfare of its employees is protected and it will, so far as is reasonably practicable, establish procedures and systems necessary to implement this commitment and to comply with its statutory obligations on health and safety.