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master coachbuilder (london)

lance mccormack

Lance started his training back in 1976 at Rolls Royce, Mulliner Park Ward division in North West London as a traditional panel beater craft apprentice. He worked his way up to become the youngest ever Rolls Royce final inspector, responsible for finished car quality.

Notable cars that he has restored are John and Yoko’s Phantom V Limousine, The Alchemist (Gasser which has been heralded as Europe’s finest hot rod.) He continues to work on many Aston Martin and Ferrari projects for high-end marque specialists, taking care of the detail metal work areas.


seersucker suit

The cooling qualities of seersucker were recognised by the British in colonial India, who adopted the use of the fabric in an attempt to cope in the heat of the local climate.

Italian manufacturer, Solbiati, have produced an exceptional version of the fabric, with an element of stretch that makes it perfect fro summer travel - no matter what your mode of transport.

Lance selected the bold navy and white stripe design, cut in his usual double-breasted style, with white mother-of-pearl buttons.

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four season suit

The Perennial collection of four-season fabrics includes a wide range of classic plain, semi-plain, checked and striped patterns that are suitable for year-round wear.

A Super 110s yarn is used to create a 9oz/260g cloth that tailors beautifully with a soft hand, elegant drape and durable performance.

Lance wears the Navy Chalk Stripe from the collection, cut in an elegant double-breasted style with mother-of-pearl buttons.

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four season suit

The Four Season fabric is the "go anywhere / do anything" cloth.

It can be worn throughout the year and looks as good by night as it does throughout the day.

The cloth is comfortable to wear and holds up well to active use - as illustrated by Lance as he puts his chalkstripe suit through its paces.

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