Eric Musgrave

Since 1980, menswear & fashion retail commentator, opinionated thought-leader,
event host & all-round top bloke. Contact me to discuss working together.

At Ede & Ravenscroft

I made a long overdue trip to introduce myself to Ede & Ravenscroft in Chancery Lane on 3 April. The company, founded in 1689, is still family-owned and is a fine example of an old-school men’s outfitter. I can definitely recommend a visit. The store has a busy bespoke tailoring department and is, of course, also renowned for its amazing work as a robe maker. Behind the scenes I was lucky enough to try on the gown of a British Supreme Court judge. It’s a remarkable concoction of beautiful damask silk, incredible embroidery and gold thread work. As you might imagine, it is a heavy garment to wear. Well done to all the talented folk at Ede & Ravenscroft. I’ll definitely be heading back there next time I need a horsehair wig.


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