November 21st, 2018


Osteoporosis is a condition that over three million people in the UK suffer from. It weakens bones, making them fragile and more likely to break. 


On Wednesday 21stNovember, the National Osteoporosis Society held a fundraising evening to raise money to support people living with this condition. 


The evening, held at Lancaster House, consisted of a fashion show by Julien Macdonald and was attended by the society’s president HRH The Duchess of Cornwall.


A two piece bespoke suit was included in the live auction and raised £7,000 to support the osteoporosis helpline, website and free publication. 


To learn more about the National Osteoporosis Society, please visit their website:


November 7th, 2018


The Foundation for Gender Equality, founded by Richard Fitzburgh, hosted a wonderful evening on Wednesday 7th November 2018 under the patronage of Anne-Claire Legendre, Consul General of France in New York at the French Consul General’s residence. 


The evening was to celebrate individuals who are innovating and energizing the dialogue around gender equality. 


A panel hosted by Richard Lui - journalist, advocate and humanitarian - concluded with a special performance by opera singers Sarah Joy Miller and Richard Troxell. 


The world-renowned conductor and composer Steven Mercurio and opera singer Richard Troxell both wore suits by Lutwyche which were made for them especially for the evening. 


To learn more about The Foundation for Gender Equality, please visit their website:


November 2nd, 2018


The Dream Ball hosted a wonderful event at Lancaster House in London on Thursday 1stNovember to raise funds for the youth charity ‘Big Change’. 


Founded by HRH Princess Beatrice and siblings Sam and Holly Branson, ‘Big Change’ focuses on helping young people who find themselves on the margins of society due to challenging backgrounds. 


The third Dream Ball was attended by its Patron, former Cabinet Minister, Rt. Hon Sir Oliver Letwin MP and guests enjoyed entertainment from Grammy Award nominated Katrina Leskanichfrom Katrina & The Waves. 


A two piece bespoke Lutwyche suit was included in the live auction on the evening which raised £4,000 for this brilliant cause. 


To learn more about the Dream Ball and Big Change, please visit their websites:,

October 24th, 2018


The new Autumn Winter 2018 collection is now available. We’ve created six ‘looks’ to display some of the ways our beautiful fabrics can be worn. Some of our new cloths are perfect to be worn all year round, others have been chosen to keep you warm for the winter. Either way, all are elegant and stylish. 


Our AW18 edit is all about check fabrics to show that suiting isn’t all about plain or pinstripe. Checks are timeless, easy to wear but always make a statement. 


Check looks brilliant both dress up and dress down. A check suit or jacket can be worn over a soft, plain roll-neck and look just as stylish as a more traditional crisp white shirt. 


Of course, if a new check suit or jacket is not for you, there are plenty of other possibilities along with new shirting and trouser options - should you not be looking for a suit at all… 



September 18th, 2018

To celebrate the training of a new generation and investing in the future, we have opened a pop-up shop for the Tony Lutwyche Academy.


At Lutwyche, we believe that supporting British tailoring is of the utmost importance. This is why we set up our very own Academy at our workshop in Crewe, Cheshire - to support new talent entering the trade. 


The Academy pop-up shop is open at 26 Sackville Street, London.

If you’d like to support this initiative and would like to find out more, please click here.

You can also follow us on Instagram: @tonylutwycheacademy