Patrick Grant

Designer

Patrick Grant is the designer and owner of the menswear label E. Tautz and the Savile Row tailors Norton & Sons. Born in Edinburgh, Grant studied at the University of Leeds before gaining an MBA from the University of Oxford.

Whilst studying at Oxford in 2005, Grant acquired the bespoke tailors Norton & Sons. In 2009 he re-branded and re-launched E. Tautz, a subsidiary of Norton & Sons, as a ready-to-wear line. E.Tautz was awarded British menswear designer of the year at the British Fashion Awards in 2010.

Grant believes a man should always be suitably dressed, taking pride in his appearance and carefully considering his clothes. He has blogged about style for GQ and appeared on a number of best dressed lists.

He also founded and directs Community Clothing, an accessibly priced ready-to-wear line that supports local producers, and bought textile manufacturer Cookson & Clegg in 2015, saving the factory from closure.

He has appeared as a judge on the TV programme The Great British Sewing Bee.

Patrick Grant is the designer and owner of the menswear label E. Tautz and the Savile Row tailors Norton & Sons. Born in Edinburgh, Grant studied at the University of Leeds before gaining an MBA from the University of Oxford.

Whilst studying at Oxford in 2005, Grant acquired the bespoke tailors Norton & Sons. In 2009 he re-branded and re-launched E. Tautz, a subsidiary of Norton & Sons, as a ready-to-wear line. E.Tautz was awarded British menswear designer of the year at the British Fashion Awards in 2010.

Grant believes a man should always be suitably dressed, taking pride in his appearance and carefully considering his clothes. He has blogged about style for GQ and appeared on a number of best dressed lists.

He also founded and directs Community Clothing, an accessibly priced ready-to-wear line that supports local producers, and bought textile manufacturer Cookson & Clegg in 2015, saving the factory from closure.

He has appeared as a judge on the TV programme The Great British Sewing Bee.