Savile Row welcomes The Service, a new coffee bar and sartorial gallery


Launching this September, The Pollen Estate is delighted to welcome The Service, a new coffee bar and exhibition space at 32 Savile Row. Opening alongside the coffee bar with coffee from The Fresh Coffee Company will be the inaugural exhibition, ‘Savile Row: Bespoke Casual’, celebrating the extraordinary breadth of contemporary Savile Row tailoring, curated by the director of HandCut Studio, Aleks Cvetkovic.

Operating as a lifestyle destination, and offering a curated range of beverages in a debonair setting, The Service will provide Savile Row clientele with a space to unwind within close proximity to the renowned luxury tailoring houses. Beautifully lit by British luxury lighting brand, Bert Frank, the expanded space offers a welcome interlude for East Mayfair visitors, as well as allowing further space for the tailors to meet clientele and maintain social distance protocols.

“We are thrilled that The Service will be joining Savile Row, further diversifying the offering of the prestigious street,” says property director of The Pollen Estate Julian Stocks. “We look forward to working together with them and are excited to see what they will bring to the Row.”

Director of Cad & The Dandy at 13 Savile Row, and co-owner of The Service, James Sleater said of the latest arrival to Savile Row: “The Service is a complementary space to Savile Row highlighting the extraordinary breadth of contemporary tailoring and the collective nature across the Row. We look forward to welcoming customers down to immerse themselves in our community and to give them an insight to the world of tailoring.”

The Service’s inaugural exhibition, ‘Savile Row: Bespoke Casual’, celebrates the extraordinary breadth of contemporary Savile Row tailoring. A showcase of bespoke garments illustrating the streets’ unique reputation for timelessly elegant tailoring will be on display throughout the Autumn. Featuring a number of British luxury brands and Savile Row tailors, including Cad & The Dandy, Huntsman, and Norton & Sons, the exhibition will represent the Row as a multifaceted destination for those in search of exceptional tailoring that’s smart, yet relaxed – perfectly suited to the modern world.

“In a year that’s turned our daily lives, working patterns and dress codes on their heads, the question of what it means to be ‘well dressed ’today has dominated the press and challenged all quarters of the fashion industry,” says Cvetkovic. “Of course, Savile Row has an extraordinary reputation for timeless formalwear, but the Row’s bespoke tailors offer much more than business suits and occasion wear alone. I believe that Savile Row makes some of the most elegant ‘tailored casualwear ’in the world.”

The Service will be open from 7 September 2020, offering a curated range of beverages:
8AM – 4PM Mon -Fri
9:30AM – 4PM Sat

The exhibition, Savile Row: Bespoke Casual, will be open from 14 September 2020, The Service, No.32 Savile Row, and is free to attend:
10AM to 5PM Mon- Fri
9:30AM – 4PM Sat