China has been a thorn in the side of many luxury retailers who've been hit by slowing demand and changing tastes of Chinese consumers.
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But it is not deterring the ultra-luxe tailors who sell suits in excess of £4000 ($6720).
Simon Cundey, director of Henry Poole & Co, is awaiting a phone call from his team which is on its first trip to Beijing with the aim of measuring out clients. They will make the suit in Britain to be shipped over to China.
Henry Poole & Co already has two stores in China through a partnership. But the tailors make the framework for the suit in London and send it over to be assembled in a Chinese factory. This removes the allure of the bespoke suit which is 100 percent hand made. But Cundey is hoping the tailor's first trip to China will drum up interest in the company's purely handmade clothing.
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"We've had a number of customers who have ordered in London and want the attention to detail we offer them and we hope that by bringing that option to Beijing we can grow the market there," Cundey told CNBC in a phone interview.
'Instant gratification' issue
While luxury fashion has been growing in China over the past few years, the appeal of custom made suits that can take several weeks to make, hasn't seen traction in China. Several Savile Row tailors are concerned this could hold back the market.