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Crombie Regains Rights To Tommy Nutter Brand, Ends Legal Battle

Crombie tycoon Alan Lewis use to own the rights to Tommy Nutter, but lost them when the UK Intellectual Property Office revoked the rights for non-use and awarded them to Nutters of Savile Row David Mason. 510 more words

Fashion Court

STUDIO 54: the most famous nightclub in history

During the 1970’s, Tommy Nutter, the founder of Nutters of Savile Row, dressed everyone, from the Beatles and the Rolling Stones to Elton John and Eric Clapton, from Jacko (before the Wacko) to the high priestess of Motown, Diana Ross. 642 more words

John Lennon

First Class Male

On the 15th May 2012 a series of ten new first class stamps was issued to commemorate the world of Great British fashion. The collection featured some of the most influential designers to have emerged from the UK since World War II. 258 more words

Bespoke Tailoring


Roy Chittleborough and Joe Morgan gained their impeccable tailoring skills at ‘Nutters of Savile Row’. The late Tommy Nutter, known as the ‘Rebel on the Row’, introduced a rather fashionable twist to the traditional Savile Row style back in the 1960s. 118 more words


Nutters of Savile Row x Peter Werth


BACKGROUND: David originally studied chemistry at university in his hometown of Manchester with a view to a career in nuclear energy. He then swapped fission for fashion and entered the explosive world of bespoke tailoring by working alongside Edward Sexton (Tommy Nutter’s original partner). 159 more words


➤ Stomping like the 70s but with Nutter style

❚ EXTRAVAGANT AND OVERSTATED could readily describe both the whole-body dance moves of Northern Soul fanatics, and the rock-and-roll men’s tailor Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row rebel who favoured gigantic hand-rolled lapels and Oxford bags. 514 more words


Inspirational Images: Nutters

Photograph by Barry Lategan. Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Vogue, September 1972 9 more words