Well-dressed chaps and chapettes protest Savile Row invasion by Abercrombie and Fitch

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14 Responses to “Well-dressed chaps and chapettes protest Savile Row invasion by Abercrombie and Fitch”

  1. snagglepuss says:

    Bloody peasants.

  2. akbar56 says:

    Good show Mr. B. Top drawer.

  3. Teller says:

    There will always be an A&F in naff off.

  4. jarmstrong says:

    Fitch is lucky the chaps did not don their fighting trousers.  Nonetheless, the three-pieceniks put on a bloody good show.  Good sport, what?

  5. Wreckrob8 says:

    Fings ain’t wot they used to be. Some Savile Row firms outsource some of their work these days. But keep it quiet. Hush, hush, don’t ya know?

  6. tw1515tw says:

    As a commenter on The Chap site said, a fine example of Savile Disobedience. A&F should not be on the Row.

  7. And of course the best placard would read, OFF THE PEG!

  8. crummett says:

    I bet none of _them_ got pepper sprayed.

  9. s2redux says:

    Kinda disappointed…was expecting Antinous to show up in this thread musing on a “Row featuring suits wearing chaps.”

  10. It certainly suits the protestors to tie up those who have a vested interest. 

  11. penguinchris says:

    If A&F were clever they could open a high-end safari/fishing/outdoorsman outfitter’s shop on Saville Row, as a reincarnation of their original stores. That’d be the right place to look for customers for that kind of thing.

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