His apprenticeship with Tommy Nutter (legendary tailor to the Beatles and The Rolling Stones) has enabled him to side step the stuffiness of Savile Row whilst employing its peerless standards of craftsmanship. Everest stresses individuality over the dictates of high fashion, whilst bringing a designer eye to bear on invigorated, contemporary tailoring.

His creative work across various platforms is diverse. Everest has created costumes for films such as Mission Impossible, Eyes Wide Shut, Atonement and Mamma Mia. He has dressed celebrities for the Oscars, designed the British Olympic Team uniforms for the Sydney 2000 Olympics and styled the Kaiser Chiefs at the Brit Awards in 2006.

Everest worked with Daks as Group Creative Director from 2000–2003 and was responsible for the global restructuring of the classic British brand before returning to concentrate on his own business opportunities.

For the past 10 years Everest has acted as Creative Consultant to Marks & Spencer on the Autograph, Sartorial and Luxury collections; making fine tailoring accessible to the greater population. ‘Autograph by Timothy Everest’ campaigns have been fronted by the likes of Brian Ferry and Take That and endorsed by the England Football Team for whom Timothy designed the 2008 off-field uniform.

Everest has worked on many unique and exciting collaborations for designers and brands such as Kim Jones, Rocawear, Levis Oki–Ni, and Louis Vuitton. Everest regularly collaborates with distinguished brands in order to create products, which are highly individual. Current ongoing projects include collaborations with British cycling label Rapha; Urwerk, creators of innovative timepieces; as well as Everest’s ongoing role as Creative Contributor and Sartorial Advisor for new luxury gentleman’s magazine The Rake.

Who Wears It

Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition, to Hollywood & Sports personalities such as Tom Cruise & David Beckham

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