Savile Row institution Sartoria has had a full facelift this winter – the space has been opened up, the door moved and the fusty curtains removed, showing off the huge picture windows, and it’s fair to say it’s much fresher. Acclaimed interior designer David D’Almada of Sagrada has created a space which offers playful nods to Savile Row’s sartorial history with a riot of different textiles from brocade to felt via velvet and pile, not to mention suede and leather. There’s an art deco vibe with pillars wrapped in diamonded leather and smart Collier Webb lighting. The long, elegant bar features spider marble from Italy accented by Sterling Studio mirrors and fabulously fun copper and leather tipsy lights. The leather and walnut Maitre D’ stand separates the less formal lounge (with its huge am/pm sign) and the restaurant. The chairs and banquettes came from craftsmen in Portugal, and Amelie von Wedel curated the artwork.