Born in London’s Maida Vale in 1903, Hardy Amies opened the doors of his Savile Row headquarters in 1945 and soon became a pioneer of British tailoring.
The ABC of Men’s Fashion
by Hardy Amies was first published in 1964. A directory of his expert advice and witty opinion, the ABC was a guide to style and dressing for the modern man.
Today, the Hardy spirit lives on in menswear designed from No.14 Savile Row, which continues to define the epitome of London style.