The last word in Victorian tailoring… 1899.
In the year when Queen Victoria made her last public engagement – laying the foundation stone for the Victoria and Albert museum – the foundations were also being laid for a legendary tailoring partnership.
Charles F. Hilditch and W. Graham Key, two shirt makers trained at the renowned Harman’s of Duke Street, came together to establish their own business on Tottenham Court road. Hilditch and Key quickly established a reputation amongst the best-dressed Londoners. In what was perhaps one of the first cases of ‘youth’ marketing, they secured the patronage of a generation of successful gentlemen by travelling to universities tailoring shirts for undergraduates.
Buttons: Mother of Pearl
Pattern: Blue Gingham
Composition: 100% Cotton
Pocket: Left Breast Pocket
One Size.. which fits most..
NECK CHEST WAISTHIP SLEEVE SHOULDERS – BACK SHOULDERS – FRONT BODY LENGTH
15 ¾” 51″ 52″ 52″ 35″ 9 5/8″ 6 5/8″ 47″
To Fit (Maximum)
5 ½” 44″ 46″ 46″ 34 ½” 9 ½” 6 ½” 46″
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