Birmingham

Forget everything you knew about Britain's second city - thanks to a massive regeneration over the past quarter-decade, it’s now home to some of the most stunning architecture, finest bars and sleekest shops in the country.

Address

22 Church Street
Birmingham, B3 2NP
0121 233 9994
birmingham@clementsandchurch.co.uk

Opening Hours

Monday - Saturday 9am - 5.30pm
Bank holidays open normal hours 9am - 5.30pm
Out of hours appointments can be arranged

Meet the Staff

Matt Roden

Head Tailor

1. Minute Q&A

Why did you become a tailor?

“I've always had a passion for menswear, and tailoring was simply a case of natural progression. Most men typically wear oversized clothes, often compromising fit for style. Tailoring is a simple way to make clothing more flattering. I like that.”

Why do you love Clements and Church?

“At Clements and Church we take the time to get to know our clients inside out. I take great pride in being able to design and then provide exclusive, luxury items to individuals and to directly see the pleasure it brings.”

Which man (alive or dead) wore a suit the best?

“David Gandy or Cary Grant.”

What's your ultimate style tip?

“The key to any successful outfit is confidence, don't be afraid to push your boundaries!”

Contact

matt@clementsandchurch.co.uk

Aaron Foster

Tailor

 

Nathan Conway-Grealish

Tailor

 

Adam Tuckey

Tailor

Our picks in Birmingham

Purnell’s

55 Cornwall St
Birmingham B3 2DH
www.purnellsrestaurant.com

Tel: +44 (0) 121 212 9799

 

If you like your fine wine with a side of finger food, search out a seat in Purnell’s Living Room. Here you can order “Brummie Tapas” along with your glass of red - such as spiced potato and lime croquettes - cooked to order under the expert guidance of Michelin-starred chef Glynn Purnell.

Fumo

1 Waterloo St
Birmingham B2 5PG
www.sancarlofumo.co.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 121 643 8979

 

A chic bar, restaurant and late lounge in the heart of town, Fumo, is known not only for its delicious Milanese food and lively atmosphere, but also for mixing an extravagant cocktail. Sit at the sweeping bar, take in the view from the floor-to-ceiling windows and order something damn special.

The Bubble Lounge

Hotel du Vin, 25 Church St
Birmingham B3 2NR
www.hotelduvin.com

Tel: +44 (0) 121 794 3005

 

Set in the Jewellery Quarter in a former Victorian hospital, Hotel du Vin is a 10 minute stroll from the centre of town - and even if you’re not staying the night, check out the clubby vibes of the Bubble Lounge. As you can guess, its speciality is champagne and there are over 30 on offer.

Fleet Street Kitchen

Fleet St
Birmingham B3 1JH
www.fleetstreetkitchen.co.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 121 236 0100

 

This sleek, minimalistic-meets-rustic bar specialises in modern takes on classic cocktails. Head to the terrace to enjoy your drink alongside waterside views of the 18th century Birmingham Fazeley Canal - best in the summer, but if you do visit in the colder months, blankets are available.