Marking a fresh approach for SS23, Selfridges fashion tailoring offer has increased by 75 percent. This season, Selfridges menswear point of view brings together the best of traditional and modern approaches to suiting for work, play and occasion, with the addition of a carefully considered Made to Measure proposition across eight brands.
Customers will be able to make their appointment via Selfridges.com, once booked they will be welcomed to Selfridges Personal Shopping where their exclusive experience will begin. A suite will be transformed into luxurious tailoring workroom where customers can discover new generation tailoring brands and specialists; to create bespoke suits that are made to last.
Each brand will bring its unique aesthetic and tailoring expertise to stores over select dates. In March Selfridges London, will host appointments with Ozwald Boateng. Boateng will personally be on hand to fit customers for their Made to Measure suit, giving customers a unique opportunity to create one-of-a-kind pieces for their wardrobe. The brand will also have appointments in April at the Manchester Exchange Store.
Prada’s Made to Measure service appointments will start 4th – 5th March and offer additional dates in September. Prada will combine traditional tailoring and modernity, offering the customer the opportunity to have tailor-made suits, coats, blazers, shirts and trousers.
In April Thom Browne will be at Selfridges London on the 15th -16th of April. Customers will enjoy the brand’s signature Made to Measure experience, showcasing Browne’s attention to tradition and precision.
Eleventy will host appointments in Selfridges, Manchester Exchange and Birmingham. There will also be appointments available from Tom Ford, Zegna, Giorgio Armani and Corneliani.
All appointments and date information will be bookable via selfridges.com.
Selfridges was founded by Harry Gordon Selfridge, changing the world of retail forever when the first store was opened on Oxford Street in 1909. Since then, the brand has opened three stores in Manchester and Birmingham.
Selfridges has been a key reinventor of retail with innovation across In-Store experiences and brand partnerships with leaders in luxury. This includes Dior at Alto rooftop collaboration, the opening of Selfridges Cinema, and helping to launch industry disruptors and emerging retail innovators including Charlotte Tilbury and Pangaia.
Building on over a decade of retail activism, in 2020 Selfridges launched Project Earth, its evergreen sustainability strategy, with bold targets to reinvent retail and meet its commitment to a net zero future. Selfridges aims to help customers change the way they shop in three ways: by addressing the materials used in products, launching and exploring new retail models such as resell, repair, refill and rental, and engaging with teams, partners and customers to inspire a shift in mindsets. Selfridges has made ambitious 2030 targets for everything it builds, buys and sells to meet its environmental and ethical standards; for 45% of transactions to come from circular products and services; and to build an inclusive retail culture in which teams, communities and customers put people and planet first in all decision making. Underpinning Project Earth is a broader commitment to Science Based Targets and to achieve net-zero carbon across the business by 2040 as a signatory to the Climate Pledge.
Selfridges has been transformed in line with a long-term vision that harks back to the core principles of Harry Gordon Selfridge himself, whose high standards of style, service and desire to entertain run through each store today. Selfridges was named “Best Retailer” at the Positive Luxury Awards 2020, a “Best 25 Big Company To Work For” 2020 as awarded by The Sunday Times, and voted “Best Department Store in the World” at the Global Department Store Summits 2010, 2012, 2014, 2018. From weddings to the skate bowl, Selfridges continues to generate new ways to surprise and amaze its customers in London, Manchester, Birmingham and at selfridges.com.