New British designer with a twist launches his label JLSA

 

February saw the launch of bespoke British designer John Lancaster’s JLSA label (John Lancaster Style Agency), specialising in exquisite tailor made and made to measure attire. John Lancaster spent the last five years as the personal tailor and stylist for Hackett and Alfred Dunhill on Saville Row and has now set up independently to offer his own bespoke style and design to his discerning clients.

John has personally dressed the likes of Tom Hardy, Stephen Fry, Gordon Ramsey, Alex James, Bill Nighly and Jay Kay and amongst his peers, John’s style is best known for his eccentric gentleman’s meets 21st century chic style and this can certainly be said for his latest collection. John’s Spring/Summer 2012 made to measure suit features a very British 60’s influenced lightweight blazer and a deft tapered Italian trouser cut.

    

John is dedicated to providing his clients with a bespoke service from start to finish. As fittings are strictly by appointment John will meet his clients anywhere in the world, in order to draw up a mood board with suggestions on buttons, lining, pocket design andcollar width, before going to production.

JLSA’s typical client is the influential entrepreneur; he is in the know and ahead of the game when it comes to arts, culture, music and business. JLSA’s client is typically aged between 25-50 years old and has 3-4 JLSA suits commissioned a year. For John’s most loyal clients he has created the ‘Ambassadors Club’ which is strictly by invitation only and offers members exclusive offers  such as private viewings, dinners and networking events with other like minded individuals.

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