Definition of Savile Row in English:

Savile Row

noun

  • Attributive Designating a tailor with an establishment in Savile Row, associated with fashionable and expensive styles or items of clothing, especially men's suits; designating such a style or item of clothing.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in The Sporting Times. From Savile Row, the name of a street in London celebrated for fashionable and expensive tailoring establishments.

Pronunciation

Savile Row

/sav(ɪ)l ˈrəʊ/