“pop” the cork for christmas…

“pop” the cork for christmas…

OK, I haven’t written in a long time but to signal my return I thought I’d catch your eye with the worst blog post title, ever. I know It’s a terrible pun but I’d like to introduce you to The Cork, our first paper publication.
My opinion may be slightly biased but I’m told it’s a super read, so I hope this should console you for my absence. Look at The Cork as our little Christmas present to you for reading over the holidays.
You may of thought that I’d emigrated from this green and pleasant land but we’ve been very busy opening two new stores, one in Chiltern Street, London and one in Boylston Street, Boston. Most of you may know we’ve been working for the last four years to make English Cut more accessible and affordable to our friends around the globe, which is not easy. However, I won’t ramble on as all you need to know is in The Cork, which will bring you up to speed on everything we’re doing.
Our new publication will seem very familiar to English Cut readers, namely in that it’s not just about us. We play our part but we know that there’s more to life than just tailoring talk. Inside, I hope we’ll stimulate the grey matter on all things lovely and cool.
Do enjoy and may I wish you a wonderful Christmas and happy and prosperous 2017.
PS : Why on earth did we call it the Cork? Easy, look inside to find out.

English Cut – Savile Row <englishcut@gmail.com>

22 Dec (1 day ago)

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  • John C. Randolph
    Posted at 15:49h, 25 January Reply

    Tried to check out The Cork, but when I hit the link I got a page prompting me to download Flash. Sorry, but there’s nothing at all interesting enough to get me to install a massive security hole in my browser.

  • James Trusler
    Posted at 15:44h, 23 February Reply

    The Cork e-publication is superb!

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