Dress2Kill

DRESS2KILL is London’s leading bespoke tailors with attitude, providing beautifully fitting suits, measured and fitted in a relaxed environment, at affordable prices.

Founded in 1999 by James ‘Jimmy’ Hibbert and business partner Shirley Biggs - ex Buying Director of John Lewis, DRESS2KILL has become the go-to tailors for men who value quality, style and design with an edge.

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Jimmy on DRESS2KILL

"We chose the name DRESS2KILL because we felt it encapsulated the energy and passion that we have for the business. We are an upbeat, creative brand who value substance, quality and style over boring and stuffy, any day of the week.

Ever since the birth of DRESS2KILL, we’ve strived to breathe new life into the suit industry. We are not afraid to push boundaries. We love to innovate, explore and create, whilst not forgetting the rich heritage of the British suit. What we take the most pleasure in however, is giving our customers an enjoyable and unforgettable experience, as well as delivering quality suits that make them feel a million dollars."

Skilled Tailors

Creative Director Sam Rowley and his team of skilled tailors pride themselves in getting to know their customers. Not only will they take measurements but they will also create a picture of the man by asking key questions about his tastes and lifestyle to enable them to create a uniquely tailored garment.

Best of British

DRESS2KILL use the best of British cloth from suppliers such as Dugdale Bros & Co, Holland & Sherry of Savile Row, Scabal, Harrisons of Edinburgh and Harris Tweed.

House rules

Rules of the establishment

  1. Everyday concerns should be left at the door. The mind should be free of all unnecessary stresses and strains.
  2. Magazines, books and other reference materials are available for the purloining of sartorial inspiration from persons of fame and notoriety.
  3. Open and frank discussion of preferences and opinion with your tailor is actively encouraged, as is the consumption of alcoholic beverages.
  1. Measurements will be taken without embarrassing silences, winces of distress or moments of discomfort.
  2. Snobbishness, self-consciousness and adherence to stuffy tradition are strictly prohibited.
  3. One should only leave the premises when fully satisfied.