EST. 1821

Norton & Sons

For over 200 years Norton & Sons have been making the finest bespoke clothing for the world’s most discerning customers. They are proud that, to this day, their craftsmen hand-cut and sew their bespoke clothing at 16 Savile Row.

Established in 1821, the five historical houses that make up the modern Norton & Sons have proudly held ancient Royal Warrants to four British monarchs, a young Winston Churchill and Hollywood actors such as David Niven and Cary Grant.

Norton’s made a name for dressing sportsmen and adventurers alike; Lord Carnarvon was wearing a Nortons suit when he opened Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922. Their tailors have developed an expertise in creating lightweight and durable clothing; Over the years they have made more bespoke clothing for demanding circumstances than anyone else.

The Norton & Sons name has only ever been attached to the finest tailored clothing. They have no licences anywhere and have just one address; 16 Savile Row.


16 Savile Row, London, W1S 3PL

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Saturday 10:00 – 17:00