Every year, London is the home of London Craft Week, a ‘Beyond Luxury’ showcase of exceptional craftsmanship & creativity from around the world, gathered together in one place for one week. William & Son, dedicated to employing the highest quality craftsmanship and the most exemplary of materials, is proud to be involved in this cultural experience. William & Son’s own collections are produced, wherever possible, by British craftsmen, many working exclusively for us. 

London Craft Week’s programme features hidden workshops and unknown makers alongside celebrated masters, famous studios, galleries, shops and luxury brands.
Find out more about London Craft Week here. 

As partner of the London Craft Week, William & Son will host two exclusive in-store events on May 4th, demonstrating our expertise in craft and design. 

Made to measure: Dressing for the field
2-5pm, booking not necessary

An event focusing on our shooting collection, respecting the etiquette of British tradition. Have you ever wondered what makes our tweed garments stand-out pieces of style yet practical for the field? How is our range of luxurious cashmere produced to ensure impeccable outfitting for the season? What skill makes a William & Son shotgun a thing of unique beauty?
Find out by visiting our store at this exclusive gathering to meet the valued masters behind our Guns & Country Clothing departments. From bespoke gun engravings to knitwear designing, these craftsmen will be demonstrating in-store, the work that goes into producing these elegant products.
More information here

Can design and craft make Britain strong again?
6.30-8.30pm, booking necessary, book tickets here 

An exclusive debate with a panel of luxury experts carefully selected by The Telegraph and William Asprey, founder of William & Son, discussing the essential role of craft and design in boosting the British economy.

Meet the company’s expert designers for drinks and canapes whilst enjoying a series of demonstration by William & Son"s finest craftsmen at our boutique department store on Bruton Street.