Timothy Everest MBE is a pioneer of the New Bespoke Movement and has been involved in London’s bespoke ateliers for over twenty-five years.

Tim (as he is known to his friends and clients), began his career with the legendary Savile Row tailor, Tommy Nutter, who dressed the Beatles, Mick Jagger and David Hockney to name but a few.

He followed in Tommy's footsteps dressing a myriad of rock stars, artists, actors and politicians and has a long history in the provision of the iconic wardrobes for major films such as Atonement, Skyfall and the Mission Impossible franchise.

The consummate designer and collaborator, he has also designed tailored ranges for brands such as Rapha, La Martina, Mark & Spencer and Superdry.

Tim is at the forefront of the bespoke casual movement, which as the name suggests, provides individually tailored casual clothing including casual shirts, smart-casual jackets and jeans of Savile Row quality.

In 2010, Tim was awarded an MBE for his services to tailoring.

Now as one of the owners of Grey Flannel and MbE Bespoke - he and his team are bringing their sartorial flair and everyday approach to style to Chiltern Street.