Competition: Win a bespoke Saville Row suit
Sunday 01 June 1997
To enter, answer the following question:
Savile Row took its name from an aristocratic family. What was their official title?
Send entries on a postcard to: SUIT, IoS Review, 1 Canada Square, London E14 5DL, to reach us by Monday 16 June. The winner will be the first correct answer out of the bag. Usual competition rules apply. (Please note: as Henry Poole is a men's tailor, the recipient of the suit will have to be male. Travel to Savile Row will be at the winner's expense.)
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