Last week, M&S Menswear held a Tailoring Talk in central London at Scarfes Bar, Rosewood Hotel.
On arrival, guests were greeted with genty cocktails including Old Fashions and Champagne. M&S Food canapes circled the room before the Tailoring Talk panel discussion commenced. The stylish tailoring panel included M&S CEO Steve Rowe, supermodel David Gandy, uber stylish, Sarah Ann Murray and industry expert, Terry Betts, and was hosted by style icon and influencer, Jack Guinness.
The Tailoring Talk panel deliberated the past, present and future of tailoring, discussed M&S customers and their input into shaping the new range, as well sharing stories on first suits and debating ultimate suiting icons. Media, influencers and a number of special guests attended the event, including the face of M&S Autograph Oliver Cheshire, Jesse Metcalfe and Cara Santana, Toby HuntingtonWhiteley, Jim Chapman and Eric Underwood.
A host of influencers and special guests attended the event, including, Toby Huntington Whiteley, Jim Chapman and Eric Underwood.
The event marked the launch of M&S’ biggest ever tailoring range across more sizes, lengths and fits than ever before with 65 colour style options across four fits, giving customers their most personalised off the peg fit. This ties in with the introduction of M&S’ first-ever tailoring ambassador in the form of the global style icon, David Gandy, to bring the tailoring collection to life for customers, offering style inspiration and advice on ways to style and wear suits.