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Sinclair's philosophy was always to produce a well dressed man, rather than someone who stood out from the crowd. His clothes represent the epitome of English style: simple, elegant, understated and timeless.

Sinclair's development of the Conduit Cut was a landmark in the history of Savile Row tailoring. The firm but natural shoulder, roped sleeve head, full chest, suppressed waist and slightly flared skirt create a subtle hourglass silhouette which traces the body with a peerless purity of line.

The Conduit Cut is a look that defines a man of sophistication and good taste and is a continued testament to the maxim that "less is more".