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F&N Team

We have a long-established team which can call upon over 70 years worth of experience in the industry. We have a long-standing professional team with an exceptional eye for detail and client service skills.


Ian Fielding-Calcutt

After a successful career with a prominent global tailoring organisation, in 2006 Ian Fielding-Calcutt co-founded Fielding and Nicholson Tailoring. With a passion for craftsmanship and attention to detail, Ian has played a pivotal role in establishing the brand's reputation for creating exceptional tailored suits and garments.

Consulting Partner

Alex Riley

A true trendsetter in our crew, Alex brings over a decade of unmatched expertise and clothier savvy to the table. Hailing from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, renowned globally as the nucleus of British cloth and the pinnacle of wool refinement.

Tailoring Consultant

Lewis Calcutt

Ian’s brother-in-law, Lewis is a fashion and clothing industry expert with a keen eye for quality and attention to detail. Lewis started working in the industry at just 16 in Manchester and has since built a loyal client base in Manchester, Cheshire, and the surrounding areas, as well as London and Zurich. His go-to style is a 3-piece suit but has a penchant for a double breasted piece too.

Head Cutting Consultant

Raymond Chung

Raymond Chung (real name Yat On Chung) was born in Hong Kong and moved to the UK in his 20’s. He grew up in a family of artisans, stitching clothes from the age of 6 years old. Raymond always knew he wanted to be a tailor and trained to become exceptional at the art of cutting and trouser-making. By the age of 20 he was running his own tailoring shop in Downtown Hong Kong.