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James Levett
13 Savile Row

Telephone +(0)207 7342606

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We are open by appointment between 10am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.


16a Dufour's Place
London, England, W1F 7SH

0207 72873268

Discover the worlds finest tailoring that disregard anything that detract from the tailoring alone and is still made entirely in Great Britain.

London Diary - London Design Festival

Chris Stowers

 Animali Domestici studio

 Animali Domestici studio

The London Design Festival is one of the world's most important annual design events. The Festival programme is made up of over 400 events and exhibitions, we only had a weekend to check it out and decided to take the cultural tour of Brixton.

Starting at Animali Domestici studio who opened the doors of their grade II Victorian listed building in the heart of Brixton to showcase the work and practice of international architects, designers, artists and makers involved in a wide variety of disciplines from glass and ceramics to lighting and furniture design, check out more photo's on

London Diary - Open House London

Chris Stowers

     Commonwealth and Foreign Office

     Commonwealth and Foreign Office

London is a great city and is all the better for Open House London.

This weekend we were given the keys to London’s splendid building that would otherwise be closed off to the general public. Open house has over a quarter of a million visitors each year and has been running for over 30 years.

My family and I planned our weekend and got a chance to explore Westminster Hall, HM treasury and the stunning Commonwealth and Foreign Office.

Introduction to the James Levett Journal

Chris Stowers

 James Levett Co. Owner James Armstrong

 James Levett Co. Owner James Armstrong

The James Levett journal is an insight to our brand, we will introduce you to other brands that share in our believes and look it to the history of menswear as well as keeping you posted on day to day activities living and working in London.

I came to Savile Row in the mid nineties in the wave of Brit pop and Cool Britain and found a London that was a hive of activity. Damien Hurst seemed unstoppable after the success of Freeze in 1988.  The result of his artist led exhibitions bought about the “young British artists” also referred to as “Brit artists” and “Brit art” movement that influenced Charles Saatchi to invest and the world took noticed.

Oasis and Blur were fighting it out on the air waves, Alexander McQueen and Hussein Chalayan were taking the fashion world by storm and Kate Moss brushed off all in her path  to become the "anti-supermodel" a look she described as 'dirty realism'.

At this moment in time I was lucky enough to be learning about the tradition and crafts of bespoke tailoring on Savile Row and a young Oswald Boateng opened his first store on Vigo Street adding a splash of colour, it was all the motivation I needed.

This passion for creating change whilst respecting the traditions of our craft influences everything we do at James Levett and sets us apart from our completion, in a time of cheap labour and chasing higher margins.

I hope you enjoy our journal and share in our love and passion for James Levett.

Kind Regards

James Armstrong

Co Owner at James Levett