Meet the Only American Tailor in London’s Most Storied Bespoke District

London’s Savile Row is arguably the most famous destination in all of tailoring. More than a retail address, the Mayfair street is the spiritual center of bespoke suiting, home to century-old outfitters like Huntsman—which once counted King George V and Ronald Reagan among its clients—and Anderson & Sheppard, inventor of the English drape cut and a favorite of Fred Astaire and Fran Leibowitz. The Row and its most storied occupants represent tradition, heritage, the pinnacle of British style. But just a few blocks away, an American revolution of sorts is quietly taking shape. Read more at GQ