Mason & Sons was established to satisfy the sartorial needs of gentlemen of all ages across the world who appreciate British style. The company aims to bridge the gap between old-school craftsmanship and modern technology, offering personal service and excellent products, along with a simple ordering process and convenient delivery.

The business is founded on the knowledge and experience accumulated during David Mason’s long career in Savile Row bespoke tailoring and shirtmaking, and his understanding of the needs and desires of the luxury consumer. It is driven by a passion for great British design, and the deepest respect for the history and heritage of the brands that he works with and the artisans who craft the products.

David’s eldest son, Elliot, joined the company in 2015 with a fresh approach to modernise the business and new ideas to disrupt the industry in order to suit a digital generation. Together with support from his younger brother Oliver, he has revolutionised the supply chain, distribution channels and communication process, in order to share information, provide personal service and deliver products of exceptional quality and value to a diverse international clientele.

Mason & Sons are committed to building a portfolio of brands and products that represent the best of British design, most of which have been in existence for many decades, and in some instances over several centuries. In addition to championing established UK brands, the family have resurrected a number of historic names that have lain dormant for a period of time, including Anthony Sinclair, Mr Fish, Curry & Paxton and Motoluxe, with the ambition of restoring them to, and beyond, their former glory.

The company’s bespoke workshop and distribution centre are located in North Marylebone, whilst customers and friends are invited to discuss their needs in person, or view and try products, at the Mason family homes in Marylebone, Manhattan and Houston. International trunk shows and pop-up events are also staged throughout the year in cities around the world.