The Pollen Estate have announced Dobrik & Lawton’s arrival to the famous home of bespoke tailoring and menswear, Savile Row. Having opened on April 12th, the young fashion-forward tailoring house is the first residency featured in the recently launched concept space run by men’s stylist and writer, Tom Stubbs.
Dobrik & Lawton is a forward-thinking bespoke house, founded by two formally trained tailors of the world-renowned street, Joshua Dobrik and Kimberley Lawton. Having both trained with Savile Row legends, Joshua under Edward Sexton and Kimberley with Huntsman, they have managed to develop a keen eye for lines, silhouette and balance. It seems only natural that they have returned to Savile Row to open their first store. Situated on the Ground Floor of 31 Savile Row, the space showcases the bespoke duo’s signature architectural monochromatic pieces, exemplifying their shared love for Art Deco and the avant-garde.
Joshua and Kimberley both remarked of their arrival, “we are delighted to be back home on the Row, as the youngest bespoke tailors to have opened a store here in 52 years. It’s an incredible time for our trade and we’re excited to be at the heart of where it all started.”
Julian Stocks, Property Director of The Pollen Estate commented “we are excited to see the first of Tom Stubbs’ residencies launch at 31 Savile Row, welcoming Dobrik & Lawton to the prestigious street.”
The doors of 31 Savile Row are now open for appointments from Savile Row’s latest arrivals Dobrik & Lawton. Visit www.dobrikandlawton.com for further information.
In addition, to mark the reopening of Savile Row and easing of retail restrictions, visitors to the street will be taken through each stage of crafting and caring for a bespoke garment. Visitors will be able to experience installations from Dugdale Bros & Co, Savile Row Valet, and Hawthorne & Heaney along the street.