“We've seen a determined swing back to tailored clothes and a more grown-up style of dressing," observed Patrick Grant, owner of the Savile Row tailor Norton & Sons and the off-the-peg line E.”
“Fergus O'Hare provides a clamorous soundtrack of birds and booms; John Napier's design features projections by Jon Driscoll and Gemma Carrington which sometimes glow alluringly – the domestic interiors are particularly inviting – but are often off-the-peg sepia: at one dramatically low moment, soldiers march on the spot in front of a photograph of the trenches, while an account of what is going on is delivered by our hero.”
“Typically cut with a slightly forward collar, this is just one of hundreds of weaves and fabrics the firm offers in off-the-peg and made-to-measure shirting.”
“In London I buy my shirts off-the-peg at Hilditch & Key .”
“In London I buy my shirts off-the-peg at Hilditch & Key.”
“But for straightforward off-the-peg services, such as selling a house, it ought to be possible for the high-street big boys to provide a faster, cheaper service.”
“Badly tailored suits, like many off-the-peg numbers, will have closed buttons at the wrist.”
“The shops have been selling costumes for weeks, and the streets are teeming with off-the-peg Darth Vaders, and Harry Potters.”
“The best interpretation of the laws of physics as we understand them is that we live in an off-the-peg universe.”
“While high-street investors usually pay charges of about 5% for off-the-peg products, high-net-worth individuals can have products put together on a bespoke basis that will give them exposure to whatever derivatives they want, with whatever levels of risk they want to take, subject, of course to what the market is pricing in at any time.”
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