Simpson Piccadilly Luxury Vintage
The tradition of Simpson garment retail began with the establishment of a bespoke tailoring company in Whitechapel, by Simeon Simpson in 1894. The association of Simpson’s with the trademark ‘DAKS’ (combining ‘Slacks’ and ‘Dad’) only began in c.1934, when Simeon’s son, Alec Simpson, took over the company and created the new brand name for an innovative ready-to-wear tailored menswear range. Alec also invented and patented a new ‘self-supporting’ waistband and added womenswear to his clothing range, particularly the popular adapted men’s slacks. He vastly raised and developed the company’s profile through advertising and creating a prominent new retail outlet. At De L’Époque London, we sell vintage designer and period Simpson Piccadilly pieces that are offered under a resale basis. From Couture to mass produced, we treat each piece with the upmost care. With Luxury vintage pieces at the heart of our business model; we offer a service that is high-end, whether it’s in our concession in Liberty or our Knightsbridge based Boutique. To ensure the perfect fit, we offer restoration and alteration services.