How did it take so long for a female tailor to open her own shop on the world renowned tailoring destination?

On our minds is Kathryn Sargent, the first ever female tailor to open her own shop on London’s Savile Row. A world renowned, tradition-led tailoring destination since the late 18th century, the street will host Sargent’s namesake shop of bespoke men’s and women’s suits from this month onwards. With a long background in tailoring and slight obsession with construction and tradition, Sargent means that she is proud to be making history and serve as a possible inspiration for other women, though more females are now taking up training in the historically male-dominated profession and customers are seeking out for women’s performance suiting made to last. Read more here.

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