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Extra 20% off Clearance when you apply the code CL20 at Moss Bros


Expires: 04/09/2017 23:59
Extra 20% off Clearance when you apply the code CL20 at the checkout. This offer is valid from 00:00 BST Thursday 31st August until 23:59 BST Monday 4th September and cannot be used in conjunction with other offers or voucher codes.

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15% off New Season product when you apply the code NEW15 at Moss Bros


Expires: 31/08/2017 23:59
15% off New Season product when you apply the code NEW15 at the checkout. This offer is valid from 00:00 BST Monday 28th August until 23:59 BST Thursday 31st August and cannot be used in conjunction with other offers or voucher codes.

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Get a free shirt and tie on selected suits at Moss Bros


Expires: 10/09/2017 23:59
Add any suit, shirt and tie from this offer to your to your basket where the discount will be automatically applied. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with other offers or voucher codes.

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Get up to 70% Off in the Moss Bros Clearance


Expires: 30/09/2017 14:22
Choose from a range of products in the Moss Bros clearance.

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Buy two shirts and get the third free. at Moss Bros


Expires: 30/09/2017 12:58
Add any 3 shirts from this offer to your basket where the cheapest shirt will be free at checkout.

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Add any 2 piece suit, 2 shirts and extra pair of trousers from this offer to your basket where the discount will be automatically applied. at Moss Bros


Expires: 30/09/2017 09:10
Add any 2 piece suit, 2 shirts and extra pair of trousers from this offer to your basket where the discount will be automatically applied. This offer is valid on selected lines only from 00:00 BST Tuesday 25th July. Waistcoats are available on selected lines but not included as part of this offer.

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French Connection Suits available for boys as 2 piece suits and 3 piece suits. Perfect for that special occasion when your little man has to get dressed up, the junior suits are also available in matching adult suits which makes these suits adorable for weddings and other occasions. at Moss Bros


Expires: 30/09/2017 23:59
French Connection Suits available for boys as 2 piece suits and 3 piece suits.

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2 Formal Trousers for £35 - Save £45 on Regular Fit & Skinny Fit Trousers at Moss Bros


Expires: 31/08/2017 23:59
Add any 2 pairs of trousers from this offer to your basket where the discount will be automatically applied.




Moss Bros Background & Social Media


1851–1909

• 1851 - Company founder Moses Moss opens the first two shops in London's Covent Garden. He sold second-hand clothing with the motto 'Sell only the best stuff, give only the best service'.

• 1881 - The company moves into the original King Street store in Covent Garden.

• 1894 - Moses dies, leaving the business to two of his five sons, Alfred and George.

• 1897 - The Hire Department is established with Alfred charging for suits loaned to his friend Charles Pond, who needed them to perform at musical evenings in large private houses.

• 1898 - The Covent Garden store is rebuilt and the name Moss Bros goes up over the door for the first time.

• 1909 - Harry Moss, George's son, joins the firm at the age of 13. He is destined to follow Alfred as the next 'Guvnor'.[3]

1910–1952

• 1910 - The Military Department is opened following the successful kitting out of officers from a cupboard of military paraphernalia left over from the Boer War.

• 1914 - Outbreak of World War One. Staff sleep in the shop to keep up with the demand for uniforms.

• 1917 - Monty Moss, another of George's sons and a member of the business, dies at the battle of Passchendaele.

• 1918 - The Saddlery Department is established in the basement at King Street with the purchase of the highly respected saddlers Parker's.

• 1921 - Harry Moss becomes a Director at 25 and sets about developing the ready-to-wear business.

• 1924 - King George V's Private Secretary recommends Moss Bros to the first Labour Government for the correct 'levee' dress to wear at court.

• 1934 - Harry Moss becomes Managing Director. The Depression spawns the first of the famous 'frivolous' booklets, 'All at Sea', designed to put a smile on customers' faces.

• 1937 - Alfred Moss dies, leaving a legacy of quality and innovation.

• 1939 - World War Two, and most of the Hire Department goes into storage. Moss Bros opens branches in strategic locations to serve the needs of the armed forces.

• 1947 - Moss Bros becomes a public company and opens a Women's Department and hire service for evening wear and wedding outfits.

• 1952 - Death from polio of Graham Moss, Alfred's younger son. Graham, who won the Military Cross in Sicily, was said to be 'another Alfred in the making'.[4]

1953–2000

• 1953 - The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II brings to Moss Bros the highest in the land (among them the Duke of Norfolk) for the correct dress for the royal event.

• 1955 - Basil Moss, Alfred's elder son, becomes a Director.

• 1957 - Monty Moss, Harry's son, also joins the Board.

• 1960s - A time of major growth. Moss Bros nears its 100th store.

• 1972 - Moss Bros takes part in the Ideal Home Exhibition in London in a feature entitled 'Invitation to a Wedding'.

• 1980 - Manny Silverman becomes Chief Executive.

• 1982 - The company acquires the cloth and clothing company Fairdale. The Suit Company opens.

• 1988 - Both the Savoy Taylors Guild and the prestigious Beale & Inman in London's New Bond Street are acquired. Rowland Gee, Cecil Gee's son, is appointed Group Managing Director.

• 1989 - Closure of large King Street site in February and transfer of Head Office to Clapham, its current location.

• 1991 - Moss Bros returns to King Street, Covent Garden, opening a traditional Moss Bros store complete with barber's shop and large hire department opposite the original site.

• 1992 - Acquired Dormie.

• 1996 - Moss Bros buys the Blazer chain from Storehouse and sets up franchise agreements with Hugo Boss and Canali, enabling the company to run stand-alone stores for them in the UK.

• 2000 - The first Canali boutique is opened in New Bond Street.[5]

2000–2015

• 2001 - The Group launches the Code brand in response to the 'dress-down' trend of the time. Forty established Moss Bros or Savoy Taylors Guild outlets are converted to Code stores. These prove only partially successful.

• 2002 - Adrian Wright leaves Bluewater, Europe's largest retail destination, to become Chief Executive of the Moss Bros Group. He strengthens the management team, axes the Code brand, leads a period of consolidation and sets a new strategic direction.

• 2003 - Moss Bros Hire opens its first concession on Cunard's QE2 cruise liner.

• 2003 - Moss Bros Group announces partnership with Ascot Racecourse Limited to produce the Royal Ascot Collection, formal wear to buy or hire for extra special occasions.

• 2004 - Philip Mountford is appointed Chief Executive taking over from Adrian Wright who stands down to pursue other interests. The Company announces that it has returned to profit for the financial year ended 31 January 2004 for the first time in four years.[6]

• 2008 - Keith Hamill, non-executive chairman, steps down and is replaced by David Adams, who is also executive chairman of camera retailer Jessop's and non executive director at Whittard's of Chelsea and the British Retail Consortium. Moss Bros also appoints former SRG boss Brian Brick as non-executive director, while founding family member Rowland Gee steps down from the Moss Bros board in a management rejig at the menswear chain. Moss Bros reveals that non-executive director Robert Marsh is retiring from the Board.

• 2009 - Philip Mountford resigns as CEO and is replaced by Brian Brick as CEO.

• 2010 - Moss Bros relinquishes the Canali franchise and re-brands its New Bond Street store as Hugo Boss. It re-brands the smaller Eldon Street store as Savoy Taylors Guild.

• 2010 - The first Moss Bespoke concept store launches in London's Blomfield Street.

• 2011 April - Moss Bros sells all of its Hugo Boss stores back to Hugo Boss UK for £17m.

• 2011 May - Moss opens its first new concept store in Canary Wharf.

• 2011 June - Moss Bros sells 8 of its 9 Cecil Gee stores to JD Fashion Group Plc for £1.7m. The remaining Cecil Gee store in Glasgow is re-branded as a Moss store.

• 2016 Spring - Moss introduces a high-street "Tailor-Me" personalisation suiting service, of which nothing has been similarly done on the UK high street .

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