November 16 2011
It may only be a year since tailor Tony Lutwyche opened up shop in London’s Clifford Street, but his all-English suits created at the Crewe workshop he acquired in 2006 (the last remaining tailoring workshop in England) are already a firm favourite of the Savile Row set.
This month – and only until November 30 – Lutwyche is briefly side-stepping into new territory with a limited-edition shoe design in collaboration with Scottish malt whisky, The Dalmore. And he is giving How To Spend It readers the opportunity to win a pair (see below for details).
Dubbed the Dalmore Brogue (£550), the classic design is made from sustainably sourced, butter-soft deerskin leather in homage to the malt’s iconic stag emblem. Available in very dark brown, each pair will be personalised with the customer’s name and will come complete with bespoke shoe trees, specially designed bamboo shoe cloths and – of course – a bottle of The Dalmore’s award-winning King Alexander III single malt whisky.