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The Story Behind Hidalgo Brothers On Savile Row
How it all began
Marco and Ramon started their brand with the vision to instil passion into each suit they create. The brothers discovered their love for tailoring early on while growing up in Ecuador’s capital city of Quito. The Hidalgo name has a long association with fine tailoring the Brothers learned from their uncle.
At 24, Marco left Quito to begin his career as one of Savile Row tailors at Norton and Sons. In 1989, having mastered his craft from some of the finest tailors’ in London, Marco established his tailoring brand. When he was joined by his brother and together Hidalgo Brothers brand was born.
Their new range of Made To Measure suits introduces fine tailoring to a new generation. The same passion and attention to detail are available for new clients arriving in Savile Row.
Striving for excellence
The shop continues to be very popular among young business owners and established professionals, as well as clients in various industries. One of the many reasons why clients choose the Hidalgo Brothers is really simple: they want to look as good and as sharp as possible while they continue with their personal and professional pursuits.
The standards are high in Savile Row, and to be considered one of the best tailors in the area is an honour that the Hidalgo’s proudly strive for with each bespoke garment produced. In fact, among those who offer bespoke work in Savile Row, only Marco Hidalgo works with leather at an expert level.
This is one of the many reasons why brands like Tom Ford, Zegna, Hackett, Ralph Lauren, and Dunhill trust the Hidalgo’s for alterations. The two brothers and the shop’s team of tailors simply aim to provide each client with the best tailoring experience and customer service possible.
We guarantee a 100% professional service with only one price and no hidden costs. All of the fabrics used for made-to-measure suits and shirts come from England and Scotland, with some Italian cloths and linings used depending on the work required and the client’s preference.