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12 September 2016
Autumn Winter 2016 Collection: Weekend Warrior

AW16 heralds a change in pace from last Fall’s urban, dark and slick mood; but it is not about settling down, rather more settling in to the modern British gentleman’s lifestyle – presenting more casual clothes made for Country house parties and for exploring the streets of a foreign city, requiring the same level of refinement and luxury but in a cosy, comfortable and considered manner. Established codes have been reinforced with a youthful edge, clean fresh styling and updated proportions.


TAILORING
Avoiding cliché country tweeds, a two piece suit in soft black and grey granite donegal is worn with a cashmere knit polo and bold knit scarf; taking the formality down whilst ensuring the look is still smart and put-together. A navy checked car coat is worn with a textured wool knit tie and a tonal shirt, or alternatively a two button, single breasted jacket in winter white self-check is worn with white cotton/cashmere chinos and a wool polo neck. A double breasted camel blazer with chunky knit scarf and cream pants is worn open with insouciance.

CASUALWEAR & OUTERWEAR
G&H has established an aesthetic based on a continental language with a strong British accent over the past few years. Focussing on British-made, G&H has worked with UK mills to create unique statement fabrics including exploded houndstooth and large Prince of Wales checks. Technical fabrics have been developed in Italy to ensure such pieces as the clay red waterproof-wool bodywarmer with down lining are as practical as they are stylish. Richly textured knits in basket weave and twist-cable are a layering staple and worn under tailored sports coats and coats alike. Knit-on-knit is a fresh and contemporary way to layer either in matching the scarf with the sweater, or with sweater-on-sweater pairings. Knits have taken their inspiration from woven fabrics used elsewhere in the collection.

A youthful shearling-lined parka with fur trim gives a fresh twist on a weekend favourite and a shearling car coat is presented as an updated luxury investment piece. British-woven camel cloth is presented in two looks, a peacoat and a double-breasted overcoat, both cut with versatility in mind to be worn either with a shirt and knit, or a chunky polo neck. The camel has been inverted to sportswear instead of traditional business attire. The exclusive British-woven wool jacquard bomber jacket is a modern interpretation of a tweed jacket in a young, short style which is as perfect worn with beat-up jeans as tailored chinos. Old-school fabrics have been revisited, moving away from notions of stiff and coarse to a soft handle and drape.

EVENINGWEAR
The formal evening silk jacquard has become a signature of the House. Continuing our tradition of working with British silk weavers to create new patterns, this season’s foliate country jacquard in bronze comes in a relaxed double-breasted jacket worn with a cashmere/silk polo neck and black wool dress pants and a punchy contrast sock detail. A grey flannel tuxedo and the houses’s iconic shawl-collar velvet jacket are taken country with the addition of a knit and chunky scarf.

SHOES & ACCESSORIES
Reflecting the adventurous spirit of the season, refined calf leather lace-ups and Chelsea boots have been fitted with a chunky Commando sole. The country lace-up has been pared down and beefed up. Rugged but still elegant these sit alongside smart sneakers in chocolate brown and black with a gum sole. Oversized cable-knit scarves worn with tailoring reflect a sporty country mood.


12 September 2016
Spring / Summer 2017 Collection

 

Dressing appropriately for every situation is no easy feat in the 21st Century as established codes and rule of dressing are revisited and new rules are established. Without doubt, the cut of an English suit is as relevant now as it always has been, recognised globally as the ultimate expression of men’s’ style. Gieves & Hawkes presents a collection that considers the challenge of elevated summer dressing for business or play, with a refined elegance at its heart; a Gentleman’s wardrobe of rarefied essentials, exceptional tailoring and masculine investment pieces.

Taking cues from the English Season which begins with the world famous Chelsea Flower Show held in London in May each year, the seasonal colour palette of saturated shades of pistachio, pomegranate, raspberry, duck egg blue and cornflower is set against masculine neutrals navy, grey and khaki. Tailoring is as ever at the heart of the collection and this season’s formal suiting in linen and wool fabrics bring a freshness and simplicity to business dress, favouring a two button, single breasted construction.

Bringing the formality down a notch, a patch-pocket double top-stitch suit is shown over a t-shirt and will be available as separates. Off-duty looks feature exclusive prints in the form of a hand drawn and coloured floral pattern against a pale daffodil yellow ground, and a lantern print inspired by society portraitist John Singer Sargent’s 1885-6 painting Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose, which is in the collection at TATE Britain. A new shape travel blazer in technical wool is presented with indigo denim jeans and sneakers. A garment-washed cotton blazer in a pale khaki suggests a tailored response to a more off-duty look as does a cotton-linen Made-in-London blouson which is presented with shorts.

Gieves & Hawkes is well established as the go-to brand for special occasion dressing and this SS17 season is no different. Formal summer events are taken care of with shawl collared single button suits in tropical white worn over a crew neck fine knit, and a double breasted silk-linen option in midnight navy. A floral weave silk jacquard jacket is presented with a youthful edge, eschewing a shirt and bowtie in favour of a navy crew neck over a buttoned-up white shirt and tropical white trousers.

 

01 March 2016
Spring Summer 2016 Collection

 

Gieves & Hawkes Spring/Summer 2016 sets the tone for a leisurely pace of life in balmy surroundings, requiring a wardrobe of impeccably tailored essentials. Even on holiday, Gieves & Hawkes’Savile Row aesthetic is one of considered, masculine precision presented in a sportier mood.

Navy, terracotta and rainforest green anchor graphic prints in complementing, tonal shades. Silk is a key component of the fabric compositions this season, lending a fluid modernity to printed shirts, lightweight outerwear including a stand-out green mac, and knit Ts. A military chevron print brings a graphic levity to Ts, shirts and foulards.

Chief Creative Officer Jason Basmajian has focussed attention on the handle and texture of the fabrics, creating easy going short sleeve Ts in lightweight printed cotton and knit linen/silks,worn under a soft suede blouson and paired with perfectly tailored wool/cotton shorts.
Printed cotton/silk shirts in long and short sleeves reflect the off-duty spirit of the collection and the versatility of the key pieces which can be worn with up-town tailoring or casual shorts alike.

Favouring a light knit or printed shirt under a jacket instead of the expected shirt and tie blurs the line between formal tailoring and sportswear. The Henley knit makes an appearance under a leather jacket or lightweight suit giving a further relaxed alternative to traditional combinations, and reinforcing the concept of dressed-down tailoring. A sharp navy cotton double breasted suit with a shawl collar is perfect for travel, effortlessly covering a variety of looks to take the wearer from day into evening.

Key outerwear pieces include a softly tailored crepe wool coat with patch pockets, and a micro-print mac in a technical cotton. Leather jackets, buttoned as a shirt or zipped as a bomber, are masculine and versatile in tactile, refined finishes.

Tailoring is relaxed and features a softer construction and shoulder line, expressed in the lightest fabrics in shades of cream, tobacco, navy, green and rust. Double breasted jackets worn open over superfine knits or a polo shirt lend a confident nonchalance.

Tonal leather and suede double monk strap or Derby shoes feature alongside models in exotic skins. Deluxe trainers in crocodile, suede or leather worn with shorts for daytime dressing can be taken up a level into evening with a tailored jacket and pants.

Eveningwear codes are honoured with a silk jacquard dinner jacket in a palm motif, dressed down over a cashmere/wool/silk superfine knit, with white cotton pants. A single breasted, shawl collar slub silk evening blazer is perfect for summer evening cocktails.

 

14 August 2015
AW15 Collection: Progression

PROGRESSION

For Autumn Winter 2015 Gieves & Hawkes moves back into the city with a broad and darkly layered urban wardrobe. Richly structured with a film noire quality, the palette is saturated and textural in charcoal, black, ink, plum and navy. The tone is mat with flashes of sheen.

The look is masculine and powerful, centred around outerwear and overcoats. Softer shapes and sumptuous textures in cashmere and double faced wool are trimmed with mink and dressed with Astrakhan.


For day the suit is elegantly broken, tonally mismatched in micro patterns of textured yarns in cashmere, silk and wool. Colour is moody and mixed up with the flash of a silk scarf or tie. Dress shoes are hand burnished dark maroon andnavy over black. The attaché case is in plum crocodile.

The weekend is urban and dressed up in dark indigo and air force grey. Heavy cashmere knitwear is paired with a grey Nubuck bomber or a soft tonal Prince of Wales overcoat and grey crocodile lug soled shoes. The reefer is in aubergine cashmere, the pea coat in shearling.

Eveningwear is subverted with oversized herringbones and Prince of Wales checks morphing into rich shades of navy and claret worn with fine gauge knitwear or dark evening shirts. The formal coat is sharply tailored in dark burgundy Alpaca and black pony skin.

 

 


14 August 2015
Gieves & Hawkes Partners With TWGHs Bringing The No.1 Savile Row Expereince To Hong Kong

GIEVES & HAWKES PARTNERS WITH TWGHS
BRINGING THE NO.1 SAVILE ROW EXPEREINCE TO HONG KONG

To celebrate the anniversary of the Gieves & Hawkes Harbour City store, a fundraising event was hosted in partnership with the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals (TWGHs) on 30th September 2015.  10% of sales made on the day from all 5 Gieves & Hawkes stores in Hong Kong and during the cocktail event at the Harbour City store will be donated to TWGHs. Notable guests included Ms. Maisy Ho, Chairman of TWGHs, Mr. Vinci Wong, 3rd Vice-Chairman of TWGHs, Mr. Ray Clacher, Executive Vice President - Retail (HK , Taiwan & Macau) of Gieves & Hawkes, socialite Ms. Susan Sng, celebrity Mr. Wong He, fashion illustrator Mr. Mickco Chan, blogger Ms. Michelle Yeung as well as the Board of Directors of TWGHs.

“I am thrilled to have our first collaboration with the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals for such a meaningful fundraising event. Tung Wah Group of Hospitals was founded in Hong Kong during the colonial period with a grounded British heritage that echoes with the DNA of Gieves & Hawkes. Through this event, I hope we can show our contribution to the society and, at the same time, deliver the great experience of the No.1 Savile Row, the foundation of our brand, to each guest,” said Mr. Ray Clacher.

“On behalf of the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, may I extend our heartfelt gratitude to Gieves & Hawkes for its heart-warming gesture.  Thank you very much to Gieves & Hawkes for partnering with us to build a caring community, and also the presence of all of you today,” said Ms. Maisy Ho.

Focused on providing an exclusive No.1 British gentlemen experience, Gieves & Hawkes invited various parties to participate in the event. Three models presented the Fall Winter 2015 collection “Progression” in a British film noir that echoes the brand’s current advertising campaign. The brand’s Head Stylist Daniel Yu dressed in a sharp three-piece suit, hand-sewed in the United Kingdom, welcomed guests and introduced them to the Collection. Royal Salute specialist Mr. Murray Lang hosted a whisky tasting session and shared tips and guides for tasting the best whiskeys from Scotland. As a Scottish premium whisky brand that was founded on the coronation day of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953, Royal Salute shares an impressive legacy similar to Gieves & Hawkes. Guests were also invited to enjoy a complimentary shoe polish and cleaning service, creating a full journey for guests to savour the No. 1 gentlemen’s experience.

Gieves & Hawkes has continuously enjoyed the patronage of British royalty since 1809, from George II, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince of Wales - Charles, as well as the royal Princes William and Harry. The brand has also dressed international celebrities including actors Benedict Cumberbatch, Hugh Bonneville from Downton Abbey, Michael Jackson, and former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.

27 February 2015
G&H SS15 Collection

For immediate release

Coastal Reflection

For S/S 2015, Gieves & Hawkes evokes the colours and memories of an English summer on the coast - soft and elegant, windswept and natural - presented with monochromatic and luxurious understatement.

The Gieves & Hawkes gentleman of today is dressed in tones of ocean and marine blue, shades of grey, sand, aqua and teal. Suits are subtle in texture and softer in shape and tone. Monochromatic summer tweeds are re-imagined in sophisticated wool/silk yarns, dressed down with knitwear or a t-shirt. Tailored greys are complex, the paler shades blended with sand and ivory, the darker twisted with navy to add a graphic and modern edge. With a nod to the history of the house, blazers are updated in softly tonal boating stripes. The trench is in stone ‘storm system’ wool/silk.

Eveningwear is hand-made in Britain. Tailored Irish linen dinner suits with covered buttons are in cream
and driftwood grey. Silk/cotton jacquards are in discrete ivory or pale blue micro dots bringing a sophisticated newness. Styling highlights feature tonal dress shirts, knitted ties and linen scarves.

Casualwear is anchored in Savile Row precision. Outerwear features strongly with seam-sealed and weatherproofed peacoats and duffle-macs in teal and navy, a tailored waxed cotton parka in aqua and a motorcycle jacket re-imagined in soft sky blue suede. Nubuck feels casually luxurious in a teal jean jacket. More relaxed is an anthracite performance silk parka, worn with a striped linen t-shirt in tobacco.

Made in England knitwear features marls, piqué and bubble knit in exclusive silk, linen and cotton yarns, with fine gauge silk/cashmere for chilly evenings. The occasional nautical stripe echoes the coastal direction.

Accessories feature strongly with a full collection of weekend bags, eyewear and shoes. Antique brass and gun metal detailing comes from the archive. The navy twill tote is trimmed with crocodile, brushed calfskin is in midnight blue and the beach bag is in anthracite new buck with grained leather detail. Eyewear, in silver or black, takes its inspiration from the military with mirrored frames and leather trim.

A new softer soled loafer, grey chukka boots, suede espadrille loafers, pale green crocodile lace-ups and double monk straps in white, driftwood and navy suede complete the summer wardrobe.

 


11 February 2014
Press Release | C5, SANLITUN, BEIJING

Event: Gieves & Hawkes hosts the “G&H 1771/2014 Exhibition and Autumn/Winter 2014 collection showcase” with the presence of brand ambassador Alex Hua Tian

Date: February 11th – 12th, 2014

Location: C5 Gallery in Sanlitun, Beijing

Guests: Alex Hua Tian, Hua Shan, Sarah Noble, Simon Baker, Jason Basmajian, Peter Tilley, Sarah Jane Ho 

Gieves & Hawkes hosts the G&H 1771/2014 Exhibition and Autumn/Winter 2014 collection showcase at C5 Gallery in Sanlitun, Beijing; On this occasion the Royal warranted men’s tailoring brand demonstrates its British heritage built over two centuries. This is also Gieves & Hawkes brand ambassador Alex Hua Tian’s first trip back to China after taking part in the 2008 Olympics.

The C5 Gallery was transformed into the world of Gieves & Hawkes, exhibiting the brand’s iconic aesthetics and 240 years of heritage. Showcasing its extensive antique military uniform collection, the exhibition vividly illustrates Gieves & Hawkes history and ties with the British Royal Family.

Archive Consultant Mr Peter Tilley was present to share his invaluable insight with the guests. Gieves & Hawkes video presents the AW 2014 collection designed by Creative Director Jason Basmajian, as shown at London Collections: Men.

Founded in 1771, Gieves & Hawkes boasts more than 240 years of history. The company was originally a joint venture of two renowned sartorial businesses: Gieves, official uniform and apparel supplier of the Royal Navy and Hawkes, milliner of the British Army. The two joined forces in 1974 to form Gieves & Hawkes, now known for its luxurious tailoring and dressing members of the British Royal Family. As of today, the brand proudly holds three Royal Warrants respectively appointed to HM the Queen, HRH the Duke of Edinburgh and HRH the Prince of Wales.

Gieves & Hawkes AW 2014 collection debut preview in Asia
Gieves & Hawkes AW 2014 collection combines flawless craftsmanship, finest fabric and contemporary military inspiration. The result is an elegant wardrobe for the modern day gentleman. As the second offering of the recently appointed creative director Jason Basmajian, the collection has earned raving reviews from international editors and fashion critics. Fresh of London Collections: Men, Gieves & Hawkes has brought the collection to China as its Asia debut presentation.

Alex Hua Tian, Gieves & Hawkes Brand Ambassador

The 24 years old Hua Tian is the first Olympic equestrian athlete to represent the People’s Republic of China, also the youngest competing athlete in the history of Olympic equestrian games. On his appointment as Gieves & Hawkes brand ambassador, Alex said, “My father explained to me that the heritage and craftsmanship of Gieves & Hawkes make the brand stand out from the others. Dressing in Gieves & Hawkes is following the footsteps of the great as well as beholding a subtle elegance that is quintessentially British.”

“Hua Tian’s natural charisma and accomplishment fits the Gieves & Hawkes brand perfectly. We are proud to see such an elegant young man dressed in Gieves & Hawkes.”

Gieves & Hawkes to collaborate with Woolmark Gold

Gieves & Hawkes has announced its collaboration with Woolmark Gold. Exclusively used in China, Gieves & Hawkes is the first international brand to be selected. Woolmark Gold supplies finest Australian merino wool manufactured in ateliers in Europe. Perfect for draping, with excellent elasticity and breathability, Woolmark Gold’s material is favoured by world-renowned designers alike. This collaboration perfectly demonstrates Gieves & Hawkes pursuit in the finest material.

Jason Basmajian has over two decades experience as a creative manager of major international clothing brands. He was Director of Menswear at Calvin Klein, and held the same post at Donna Karan in New York, after which he became Creative Director of ST Dupont in Paris. Subsequently he joined Brioni in 2007 as Artistic Director. Whilst at Brioni he spearheaded the company’s modernisation and consolidation as one of the leading global luxury brands. Jason joined Gieves & Hawkes on Monday 21stJanuary 2013 and assumed full responsibility for all areas of product design and development, taking the brand to another level globally as well as locally.

 

14 January 2014
G&H SS14 Mainline Collection

For immediate release

The Grand Tour

For Spring / Summer 2014, GIEVES & HAWKES departs No.1 Savile Row well attired for a long summer holiday with stops planned in Amalfi, Nairobi, Barbados and Shanghai before returning to London.

The spirit of the collection is inspired by the traditions of bespoke but it is contemporary in its fresh mix of sartorial, military and sportswear styling.

Colour revolves around soft earth tones, ivory and beige with rose, navy, khaki and dark brown. Fabrics are featherweight in the finest 150’s wool, linen/silk and Egyptian cotton.

Shoes are hand crafted in England on a British last, modern interpretations of classic styles; canvas and leather correspondent shoes, suede tasselled loafers, ankle boots and lace-ups in mulberry, ivory, navy and brown.

Tailoring is complimented by a focused collection of weekend wear, performance outerwear, knitwear, swimwear and accessories to provide a full wardrobe solution.

 

GIEVES & HAWKES

All over the world, “Savile Row” stands for the very best in men’s tailoring, and GIEVES & HAWKES is proud located at the remarkable address – “No. 1 Savile Row”.  GIEVES & HAWKES marks 240 years of service as Military Outfitters and offer this modern approach to the discerning English gentleman.  GIEVES & HAWKES takes inspiration from a rich archive and history while also drawing on over two centuries of craftsmanship and innovation.  The finest fabrics, the highest quality design and production, knowledgeable consultants and superlative service: this is what GIEVES & HAWKES stands for and why the brand appeals across the generations, as we have for well over 200 years.


 

GIEVES & HAWKES stores:

 

Ice House Street Central  I  Unit G02, Ground Floor, No.9 Queen’s Road Central, HK  I  +852 3149 5151

 

IFC Mall  I  Shop 2025, IFC Mall , 8 Finance Street ,Central, Hong Kong Island  I  +852 2234 7220

 

SOGO  I  5/F - 10, Sogo Department Store, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island  I  +852 2573 8285

 

Gateway Arcade  I  G209 Gateway Arcade, Habour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon  I  +852 2375 6204

 

The Peninsula  I  BL7&7A, The Peninsula, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon  I  +852 2721 8989


14 January 2014
G&H SS14 Capsule Collection

For immediate release

The Capsule Collection

The tailoring in this collection is of the very finest quality, hand made in England in extremely limited quantities.

 

Hand cut lapels, working buttonholes and mother of pearl buttons ensure that every detail of every garment is fully considered. Wool, silk, linen and cotton fabrics from the world’s top mills are chosen in the finest weights for comfort and performance.

 

Formal and softer tailoring are complimented by luxurious weekend wear to provide a full wardrobe solution.

 

This collection is available exclusively at No.1 Savile Row, London and Gieves & Hawkes, Ice House Street, HK.

 

Ice House Street Central  I  Unit G02, Ground Floor, No.9 Queen’s Road Central, HK  I  +852 3149 5151

 

GIEVES & HAWKES

All over the world, “Savile Row” stands for the very best in men’s tailoring, and GIEVES & HAWKES is proud located at the remarkable address – “No. 1 Savile Row”.  GIEVES & HAWKES marks 240 years of service as Military Outfitters and offer this modern approach to the discerning English gentleman.  GIEVES & HAWKES takes inspiration from a rich archive and history while also drawing on over two centuries of craftsmanship and innovation.  The finest fabrics, the highest quality design and production, knowledgeable consultants and superlative service: this is what GIEVES & HAWKES stands for and why the brand appeals across the generations, as we have for well over 200 years.


GIEVES & HAWKES 

Ice House Street Central  I  Unit G02, Ground Floor, No.9 Queen’s Road Central, HK  I  +852 3149 5151 

06 January 2014
G&H Present AW14 AT LC:M

For immediate release

 

G&H PRESENT AW14 AT LC:M

On the first evening of London Collections: Men, Gieves & Hawkes present a luxurious and masculine vision for AW14. 

On the first evening of London Collections: Men, Gieves & Hawkes took over the main galleries at Christie’s auction house in London to present a luxurious and masculine vision for Autumn / Winter 2014. 

Suzy Menkes was the first through the door followed swiftly by GQ editor and LC:M chairman Dylan Jones, editors from style.com and journalists from key international fashion publications. In ttendance were supporters of the brand including British supermodel Mr David Gandy, Christie’s Chairman Viscount Linley, Mr Alex Hua Tian of Team China, and X Factor’s Dermot O’Leary.

Entitled ‘Military Precision’ the show presented 35 models in a statuesque display of British luxury. In a side gallery were hung fine art photographs of the Gieves & Hawkes archive.

All over the world, “Savile Row” stands for the very best in men’s tailoring, and GIEVES & HAWKES is proud located at the remarkable address – “No. 1 Savile Row”.  GIEVES & HAWKES marks 240 years of service as Military Outfitters and offer this modern approach to the discerning English gentleman.  GIEVES & HAWKES takes inspiration from a rich archive and history while also drawing on over two centuries of craftsmanship and innovation.  The finest fabrics, the highest quality design and production, knowledgeable consultants and superlative service: this is what GIEVES & HAWKES stands for and why the brand appeals across the generations, as we have for well over 200 years.

 

05 November 2013
PRESS RELEASE I DUDDEL’S / ICE HOUSE ST

WHAT: Gieves & Hawkes Creative Director Jason Basmajian hosted a dinner and rooftop cocktails to celebrate the brand’s new opening on Ice House Street

WHEN: 7:30pm Wednesday 30th October 2013

WHERE: Duddell’s

WHO: Jason Basmajian, Ray Clacher, Jake Parkinson Smith, Kevin Lam, Yana and Stephen Peel,  Aron and Laura Harilela, Alan Lo, Yenn Wong, Andre Fu, Jamie Ku, Susan Sng, Olivia Buckingham, Jacqueline and Stanley Sun, Helen Ma, Max Johnson, Jake Astor, Elliot Tenzer, Laurianne Dufay.

Gieves & Hawkes hosted a private dinner and cocktail for VIP guests, top press and Creative Director Jason Basmajian’s closest friends and collaborators, to celebrate the brand’s new opening on Ice House Street. The event brought together some of the most recognisable and influential names in fashion, design, art and architecture. “Hand Made in England” collection was on display for the night, guests enjoyed music by renowned DJ Simon Pang as well as having portraits taken by photographer Earl Wan.

Collection summary

Modern silhouette are presented for daytime in pared down and luxurious fabrics, urban tweeds, graphic Shetlands, black cashmere and super fine 150’s, all from the world’s top mills. For evening, a velvet dinner jacket in peacock or midnight blue makes a stylish statement, especially when paired with patent dress slippers.

On tailored items, sleeves, are left unfinished, allowing button holes to be added bespoke to each customer.

Gieves & Hawkes Ice House Street

Recently opened, Gieves & Hawkes Ice House Street boutique represents the best of British tailoring in the heart of Central, a unique showcase for the new “Hand Made in England” collection which is designed by Creative Director Jason Basmajian and is entirely produced by artisanal craftsmen in the UK. Internationally this collection is available at No. 1 Savile Row and Ice House Street boutique exclusively.

 

Gieves & Hawkes

All over the world, “Savile Row” stands for the very best in men’s tailoring, and Gieves & Hawkes is proud located at the remarkable address – “No. 1 Savile Row”.  Gieves & Hawkes marks 240 years of service as Military Outfitters and offer this modern approach to the discerning English gentleman.  Gieves & Hawkes takes inspiration from a rich archive and history while also drawing on over two centuries of craftsmanship and innovation.  The finest fabrics, the highest quality design and production, knowledgeable consultants and superlative service: this is what Gieves & Hawkes stands for and why Gieves & Hawkes appeals across the generations, as we have for well over 200 years.

Jason Basmajian has over two decades experience as a creative manager of major international clothing brands. He was Director of Menswear at Calvin Klein, and held the same post at Donna Karan in New York, after which he became Creative Director of ST Dupont in Paris. Subsequently he joined Brioni in 2007 as Artistic Director. Whilst at Brioni he spearheaded the company’s modernisation and consolidation as one of the leading global luxury brands. Jason joined Gieves & Hawkes on Monday 21st January 2013 and assumed full responsibility for all areas of product design and development, taking the brand to another level globally as well as locally.

 

 

“Hand made in England” collection showcase

“Hand made in England” collection showcase

Gieves & Hawkes cocktail venue

Gieves & Hawkes cocktail venue

Gieves & Hawkes cocktail venue

Kevin Lam, Ray Clacher & Jason Basmajian photographed with “Hand Made in English” Collection showcase as the backdrop

Ray Clacher, Tara Chellaram & Sameer Ahmed shared a pleasant conversation

Aron Harilela, Laura Harilela & Jake Astor at Gieves & Hawkes cocktail

Elliot Tenzer attended Gieves & Hawkes cocktail with Laurianne Dufay

 

Susan Sng & Helen Ma attended the cocktail in style

Yana Peel attended Gieves & Hawkes cocktail wearing the brand's classic white shirt, in support to great friend Jason Basmajian with her presence

 

23 July 2013
11-14th JULY 2013 - GIEVES & HAWKES at The Coronation Festival

Last weekend, GIEVES & HAWKES was delighted to participate in the Coronation Festival, a unique event held in the gardens of Buckingham Palace exclusively for Royal Warrant Holders. Celebrating the 60th anniversary of The Queen’s Coronation, the festival brought together over 60,000 visitors from all over the world to join Her Majesty The Queen, His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales and Their Royal Highnesses The Princess Royal and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie of York for a four day celebration.

As a holder of all three Royal Warrants, GIEVES & HAWKES proudly hosted a bespoke stand featuring highlights from their new hand-made in Britain collection alongside important pieces from the brand’s archive including memorabilia in connection with Lord Nelson, the Duke of Wellington and Captain Scott of the Antarctic. The close working relationship between the British Royal Family and GIEVES & HAWKES was highlighted through a wall of portraits of British monarchs dressed by GIEVES & HAWKES since 1809, including the Queen in her Gieves naval boat cloak, commissioned by the Admiralty in 1953 and culminating in the famous portrait by Mario Testino of Prince William in his GIEVES & HAWKES white tie and tails.

At the Friday evening gala GIEVES & HAWKES invited a variety of friends of the brand to a celebratory cocktail party where guests enjoyed Laurent Perrier champagne. In attendance were British male supermodel David Gandy, Chinese Olympic equestrian Alex Hua-Tian and club entrepreneur Jake Parkinson-Smith, who were all dressed in GIEVES & HAWKES. Also present were pianist Rosey Chan, fashion blogger Tina Leung, Admiral Lord West and Lady West and Sir David Tang’s son Edward. Style legend Suzy Menkes was also spotted on the stand, set against the Arcadian backdrop of the palace.

01 April 2013
Notification of Personal Data Use in Direct Marketing

April 1, 2013


Dear Valued Customers,


Notification of Personal Data Use in Direct Marketing


Thank you for your continuous support to Gieves & Hawkes. In line with the requirements of the newly implemented Personal Data (Privacy) (Amendment) Ordinance, we are writing to inform you that any personal data we retain will continue to be used by Gieves & Hawkes. This presents no change to our existing practice. Please rest assured that we will continue to safeguard your personal data in accordance with Hong Kong laws and ordinances.


All personal data we retain, including but not limited to name, gender, date of birth, phone number, email address and correspondence address, will be used to provide you with news, promotions, products, services and events of Gieves & Hawkes through various communication channels such as email, mailing, SMS or voice calls.


If you no longer wish to receive marketing information from us, or if you would like to update your contact information, please send your request to our marketing department via any one of the following means:

-   Email: gievesandhawkes@trinitygroup.com

-   Address: Gieves & Hawkes, 28/F, OCTA Tower, 8 Lam Chak Street, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong

 

Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Thank you.

 

Yours Faithfully,
Gieves & Hawkes

10 July 2012
Autumn/Winter 2012 Press Open House

Gieves & Hawkes unveiled its latest Autumn/Winter 2012 collection at UNIONART, 798 Art Zone, Beijing on 10th July. The best of sophisticated British tailoring pairs cool greys or marine blues with bright colours that add a splash of character and eccentricity. It’s a look of insouciant simplicity that draws its power from an effortless execution. The Savile Row tailor’s design team sought inspiration for this beautifully crafted collection in the work of David Hicks, a celebrity interior designer of the 1960s and 70s, and David Hockney, a Yorkshire born artist whose work is sought after by collectors around the globe. These two inspiring British icons have thrilled the world with their sense of style and Gieves & Hawkes has taken some of their most striking colour tones to produce a collection that is both innovative and chic, offering men of sartorial wisdom the chance to stand out in even the most elegant crowd.

01 May 2012
Global Rollout of No1 Savile Row Concept Store

Gieves & Hawkes, No1 Savile Row London was totally re-transformed in April 2011 by Mr. Yann Debelle De Montby. The 7,000sq.ft flagship in central London was the inspiration for the global roll out of a brand new look. The brand has driven the roll out of 25 new concept stores including ifc mall, with the goal to reach a total of 118 establishments by the end of 2012. The House of Gieves highlights a typical British Aristocratic House, offering traditional service in a modern environment.

14 December 2011
Spring/Summer 2012 Advertising Campaign

Gieves & Hawkes’ Spring/Summer 2012 advertising campaign features the top British model, Anthon Wellsjo, photographed by a New York based photographer, Blair Getz Mezibov and directed by Raoul Keil.

14 December 2011
Spring/Summer 2012 Press Open House

Gieves & Hawkes introduced the latest Spring Summer 2012 collection at Habitu The Garden, Hong Kong and No. 21 Baizi Wan, Beijing on December 8 and 14 respectively. For Spring Summer 2012, Gieves & Hawkes pays tribute to English summers and classic British tailoring, but with a modern and colourful twist. Inspired by the Isle of Wight, home to the Cowes Week, which is the longest-running annual regatta in the world, Gieves & Hawkes takes a nautical turn this season. The palette of navy blue, bright red, crisp white, and yellow highlights echoes the sailing theme, so do such nautical details like the bold stripes and exclusively designed Gieves & Hawkes anchor logo patches that can be seen throughout the collection.