Who are we?
Marc Griffith London are at the forefront of the new Tonic movement, whose craftsmanship and attention to detail are evident in each and every garment.
Our handmade Tonic suits are a refreshing exercise in subtlety and restraint, tailored in the very best British cloth and finished with the finest linings.
We believe that corporate giants and media superstar's shouldn't be the only ones with access to the finest exports of the tailoring world, we think that everyone, everywhere should be able to afford the finest of all suits, and that suit is the Marc Griffith Tonic suit.
Marc sharpened his cutting and tailoring skills working for many of the legendary Savile Row tailors, including Huntsman, Kilgaur, Anderson & Sheppard, Spencer Hart, Ozwald Boetang and William Hunt, to name but a few.
His first shop, an eighteenth century townhouse in London’s Clerkenwell was opened on the crest of the 90’s economic boom. Being off ‘the row’ and on the fringe of London’s square mile meant that not only rock legends such as Brian Ferry and Bruce Foxton beat a path to the door, but a roll call of business moguls and political high-flyers came knocking too.
Marc had since moved on from his original enterprise to co-found the Ace Face Clothing Company where he acted as creative consultant and head cutter for several years. He then went on to chair the Saturday Club Clothing Company for a further two years. Learning from his past three business ventures, he went on to found Marc Griffith London, specialising in Tonic Suits.
Marc now operates from an atelier in Berwick Street, Soho, where he dedicates himself to kitting out an ever-growing clientèle list, including business people and celebrities such as Robbie Williams, Brian May (Queen), John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin), Dave Gilmour (Pink Floyd), Bruce Foxton (The Jam), Bryan Ferry (Roxy Music), Madness, The Specials, James Corden and Alan Carr.