News from the cutting rooms

CHESTER BARRIE OFFERS CITY A.M. READERS A FREE WAISTCOAT WITH THEIR SUITS

Quality suit-making company Chester Barrie is opening a dedicated room for its made-to-measure suits in the City’s branch of House of Fraser next week. Superior cloths are on offer and tailors will be present at all times to measure customers up.

To celebrate, the company is offering City A.M. readers a free waistcoat with every made to measure suit ordered from its House of Fraser departments in the City and on Oxford Street. Just bring in a copy of City A.M. and Chester Barrie will cut you a three-piece suit for the price of a two-piece.

The offer runs from now until the end of November. House of Fraser, 68 King William Street, EC4N 7HR. www.chesterbarrie.co.uk

ANDERSON & SHEPPARD IN PRINT
One of the most famous names in tailoring, Mayfair’s Anderson & Sheppard, has brought out its first book, a beautifully illustrated tome that’s been edited by Vanity Fair overlord Graydon Carter. A history of the business and of tailoring itself, Anderson & Sheppard: A Style if Born includes archival pictures of the firm’s famous clients, including Rudolf Valentino, Douglas Fairbanks Jr and Lawrence Olivier. £34.99 at Amazon.co.uk.

HUGO BOSS RELAUNCHES IN THE CITY
Hugo Boss’s shop on Eldon St in the Square Mile has had a refurbishment. It offers premium suiting brand Boss Selection and the stylish Boss Black line, and is staffed by suiting experts offering a tailoring and fitting service. 18-31 Eldon St, EC2M 7LA. www.hugoboss.com