Savile Row’s Biggest Tailor, Cad & The Dandy, Buys Scandinavia’s Oldest Tailor – Götrich

By on February 16, 2018
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Savile Row’s biggest tailor, Cad & The Dandy, have bought Götrich, Scandinavia’s oldest tailoring house.

Established in 1730, this family tailoring business has dressed every Swedish King since its inception. This is a venture that will secure both the future success of Götrich, and promote brand Britain’s manufacturing/menswear overseas.

Expanding into the Swedish capital, Cad & The Dandy is flying in the face of Brexit by expanding into Europe, spreading the reputation and reach of Savile Row to Scandinavia and beyond.

Established in 2008, Cad & The Dandy have gone from recession start-up to the largest tailor in the UK. Stateside expansion follows in spring, with two New York store openings.

“Buying a business with such a fantastic heritage and illustrious customer base, past and present, further combines our passion – to drive the craftsmanship, reach and secure future of Savile Row.” – James Sleater, Founder, Cad & The Dandy.

Editors notes:
– Purchase completed in January 2018. 
– Cad & The Dandy are now operating in Stockholm from the Götrich store (Linnégatan 75, Stockholm 114 60). 
– Launch event to be held at the British Embassy, in Stockholm, in March 2018.

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