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English retailers reopen on Monday — here’s how centuries-old bespoke tailors and fashion shops are adapting


The world’s most famous street for tailor-made suits, Savile Row, which has measured up Prince Harry and David Bowie, will reopen for businesses on Monday but as never before.

The U.K. government is relaxing lockdown restrictions after a sustained decline in the number of new coronavirus cases and London-based Savile Row, dating back to the 19th century, is one of a host of retailer hubs having to adjust to social distancing.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced in May that all nonessential retailers can reopen on June 15 with strict hygiene measures in place to control the spread of coronavirus. On June 1 England took its first steps out of lockdown with the…


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