GQ Savile Row Guide: Maurice Sedwell

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"For the origins of Maurice Sedwell, we have to look east of Savile Row to a street not synonymous with suiting, but with printing. This bespoke tailoring house was first established by its eponymous owner on Fleet Street in 1938, and it was only after winning the Tailor & Cutter Academy's Gold Medal in 1956, that the company would move to Savile Row in 1963, setting up its new headquarters on the first floor at No.9 (now home to Alexander McQueen)..."

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"What you didn't know…
Arctic Monkeys front man Alex Turner wore a dinner suit from Maurice Sedwell's vintage collection to the Brit Awards 2014. Andrew Ramroop made this suit in 1973 and won the National Fashion College's competition with it. His prize at the time was £5."

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