Savile Row’s biggest tailor, Cad And 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 And The Dandy is flying in the face ofBrexit by expanding into Europe, spreading the reputation and reach of SavileRow to Scandinavia and beyond.
Established in 2008, Cad and The Dandy have gone from recession start-up to the largest tailor in the UK. The 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.