Famous tailoring workshop at 11 Savile Row in London. Here the manufacturing of a suit requires a two-year wait. The workshop was made famous thanks to the excellence of its fox-hunting and horse-riding gears. Established in 1849 by Henry Huntsman, it specialized in sports clothing and suspenders. It later adopted a classic style, earning itself the first Royal Warrant, a certificate of suppliers to the Royal Family, in 1865. In 1919 it moved from the West End to its present address. Today 70% of the manufacturing is done by hand by a group of tailors skilled in just one element of suit manufacturing (shoulders, sleeves, back, and pants). From 1932 it was no longer under the control of the founder’s family.