As a young man working on Savile Row during the 1960s, Jeremy Hackett became fascinated by the quintessential British attire of the early 20th-century gentleman. By 1983, he had opened his first store selling second-hand clothes on the King’s Road, Chelsea.

It was here that he began creating his own garments by merging traditional styles with modern cuts, perfect for those seeking Savile Row style - without the associated cost.

​Since then, Hackett has grown to sit at the forefront of traditionally-inspired menswear, with a dedicated global following. Today, Hackett has over 150 stores in more than 30 countries which include Hackett Mayfair, an expert line of British tailoring; Hackett London, a diverse wardrobe of separates; and HKT, a new collection launched in 2019 to dress the millennial Hackett man.