The Independent on Sunday, in association with Henry Poole and Co, is pleased to offer readers the chance to win a tailormade wool suit, worth pounds 1,700. The winner of the competition will visit Henry Poole's showroom in Savile Row, where they will be measured and, with help from the salesman and cutter, choose the style, cloth and specification of their suit. After two further visits - for the first and final fittings - they will receive their classic three-piece bespoke suit.
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.)