On the 8th March, Huntsman Savile Row held a competition to judge the best tweed pattern, the winner of which would have their creation made onto a jacket.
Setting the scene at 5 Hertford Street, a judging panel consisting of numerous distinguished figures such as Trinny Woodall and Toby Bateman whittled down twenty-five designs created by members of the public to propose one winner.
A variety of approaches to the tweed pattern were on display, from the bold to the intricate, and the vibrant to the muted; all of which were unified however, in the air of class that they exuded, fitting perfectly with the Huntsman brand.
The judges favourite, however, was a tweed pattern comprising of moss green, grass green and purple, a design that built together contrasting tones which all exhibited an air of luxury.
Photographs by Richard Young