A bespoke website for Meyer & Mortimer
Savile Row bespoke tailor Meyer & Mortimer can trace its roots back to the late 18th century, when Beau Brummell was a client. Today it makes beautiful clothes from its premises at 6 Sackville Street in Mayfair. Recently I have been helping the firm to update its website, which has now gone live on www.meyerandmortimer.co.uk
I urged directors Brian Lewis and Paul Munday to make their superb current work and their amazingly talented craftsmen central to the site.
The ideas were made reality by Jan Rust and the appropriately-named Luke Taylor at Brighton-based Pixeldot Creative. Jan also designed my website. www.pixeldotcreative.com
The excellent photographs on the site were taken by my old chum Ian Macaulay, with whom I have worked for well over 20 years. www.ianmacaulay.com
The new Meyer & Mortimer logo is modelled on the logo that decorated the window of the firm’s long-lost branch in Paris. It too was developed by the boys at Pixeldot. I heartily recommend a visit to the site and, if you are in the market for bespoke tailoring, a visit to 6 Sackville Street, London W1.
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