Greenwich Awnings for Cad & The Dandy
As smart and tailored as the suits sold within Cad & The Dandy on Saville Row these Greenwich awnings, with their Peppermint Green covers are the very epitome of designer style. Opening and retracting with silky smoothness through the means of their hidden, wireless, control these awnings, with their classic traditional, look belie appearances. To finish, the front profiles have been wrapped in the matching material of the main covers to provide an uninterrupted base of colour on which we have applied the complex and details customer graphics by means of our exclusive RAGS® branding service.
Through the use of modern materials with component parts powder coated in our own London facility to a high gloss resilient finish we are able to supply awnings which fit comfortably within an historic landscape but which are robust enough to accept the wear and tear which a city location inevitably involves.
Savile Row has become famously known as the “golden mile of tailoring” with an international reputation for style, craft and individuality. Coming towards the end of the lockdown we were given the opportunity to work with Cad & The Dandy finishing off their two new projects on Saville Row.
Cad & The Dandy’s aim is to support and maintain the pre-eminence of Savile Row Tailors, not only by servicing the Row’s established customers, but also by attracting a new generation of gentlemen with its modern, open approach and attractive pricing structure.
Henry Poole is credited as creator of the dinner jacket or tuxedo and n 1846 he created an opening at 37 Savile Row from his late father’s tailoring premises at 4 Old Burlington Street. Thus began the great tradition of fine tailoring on Saville Row.