In a surprise appearance organized by British tailoring house Lutwyche, England Polo players took part in a pop-up polo match in London’s Mayfair, in a farewell of sorts to mark the end of the summer polo season last year.
Passers-by were delighted to see the England Polo players, Captain Luke Tomlinson, James Beim and Malcolm Borwick, on horseback, wearing tailored ‘Made in England’ Lutwyche blazers over their England whites. The boys played a few Chukkas outside the Lutwyche store in Mayfair’s Clifford Street, before moving the game onto Old Bond Street and Savile Row.
The quintessentially English tailor, Tony Lutwyche, who has been the official tailor for the England Polo team for a number of years now, and is internationally renowned for his meticulously detailed ready-to-wear, made-to-measure and bespoke ranges. As the owner of the only UK workshop capable of making authentically English suits available at the luxury end of the market, Lutwyche has long been hailed as the man and business to have revived public interest in English tailoring.

In a surprise appearance organized by British tailoring house Lutwyche, England Polo players took part in a pop-up polo match in London’s Mayfair, in a farewell of sorts to mark the end of the summer polo season last year.

Passers-by were delighted to see the England Polo players, Captain Luke Tomlinson, James Beim and Malcolm Borwick, on horseback, wearing tailored ‘Made in England’ Lutwyche blazers over their England whites. The boys played a few Chukkas outside the Lutwyche store in Mayfair’s Clifford Street, before moving the game onto Old Bond Street and Savile Row.

The quintessentially English tailor, Tony Lutwyche, who has been the official tailor for the England Polo team for a number of years now, and is internationally renowned for his meticulously detailed ready-to-wear, made-to-measure and bespoke ranges. As the owner of the only UK workshop capable of making authentically English suits available at the luxury end of the market, Lutwyche has long been hailed as the man and business to have revived public interest in English tailoring.