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hackett comes to canary wharf

There was a time when Hackett seemed to be chiefly the preserve of rugby types – Johnny Wilkinson was the face of its marketing, after all. Right now, though, it’s a brand with some debonair zip in its step, thanks to the popularity of old-fashioned tailoring and dapper dressing – founder Jeremy Hackett’s 2007 book, Mr Classic, is as useful a guide as any for chaps wanting to look their smartest and sharpest. Good news for Docklands folk, then, that a new Hackett shop has opened on Cabot Square, complete with a suiting room, tailoring services, and plenty of luxury togs and natty accessories.
Promenade Level, Cabot Place, London, E14 4QS. www.hackett.com

1. Hacking jacket, William &?Son, £495. www.williamandson.com
2. 2. Tweed cap, Bernard Weatherill at Ray Ward, £75. www.rayward.co.uk
3. 3. Ladies’ hacking jacket, Holland &?Holland, £795. www.hollandandholland.com
4. 4. Wax jacket, Viyella Menswear, £230. www.austinreed.co.uk
5. 5. Shooting vest, Holland & Holland, £550. www.hollandandholland.com
6. 6. Men’s tweed breeks, William & Son, £275. www.williamandson.com
7. 7. Ladies’ quilted gilet, Viyella, £95. www.viyella.co.uk
8. 8. Men’s woollen socks, Bernard Weatherill at Ray Ward. £75. www.rayward.co.uk