Editorial portrait shoot for Bentley

Editorial portrait shoot for Bentley.

Chiltern Street, LONDON.


I was approached by the team from Bentley, we had spoken about working together on and off for a while and finally the opportunity presented itself. The official Bentley magazine runs stories with a focus on excellence and the star of the show this time around was the iconic tailor to the stars Timothy Everest.

Timothy and his team famously designed the bespoke pieces for Joe Wright’s Atonement back in 2007 including ‘That Dress’ worn by Kira Knightly, he tailored Tom Cruse in Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut and more recently the costuming and tailoring for the cast of The Crown has been keeping him very busy.

The man himself was a delight to work with. Generous with his time and space letting us tramp about and explore its possibilities. We were working at Tim’s Grey Flannel store on London’s Chiltern St, a true hive of fashion and community. The space was boutique which threw up some logistical challenges fitting in lights, laptops, crew, but we do love a challenge. The client is delighted with the results and that’s the name of the game.


“Timothy Charles Peto Everest MBE is a Welsh tailor and fashion designer. He moved to London in his early twenties where he became one of the leaders of the New Bespoke Movement, which brought designer attitudes to the traditional skills of Savile Row tailoring.”


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