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Pratt & Prasad Men's Bespoke Tailoring


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Pratt & Prasad Bespoke Tailoring

Pratt & Prasad: Men's Bespoke Tailoring

Men's Beautiful Bespoke Suits, Jackets, Trousers and accessories



Headed up by Savile Row trained cutter Haddon Pratt, Haddon has made for Alexander McQueen, Huntsman, Katherine Sargent, Dege & Skinner, to name but a few. We offer Savile Row quality using the same techniques, tradition and craft without the associated overheads. All of our garments are made entirely in London.

We use sustainably sourced fabrics to produce quality garments that will last for generations. Our prices are extremely competitive compared to West London and Savile Row.

Get in touch to request a no obligation appointment.
Contact us at haddon@prattandprasad.co.uk or call us on 0203 759 9890 or 07590 584 409.0203 759 9890 or 07590 584409



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UK (London) based business - with over 10 years' experience - providing tailoring services. Website includes details of services provided, "meet the team" information, work examples and case studies, details of business premises, full contact details.
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15-21 East Hill London SW18 2HZ
United Kingdom
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28 September 2021
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