The Woolmark, St. James and Savile Row Fall 2014 Menswear Collection is a group initiative held within the Cabinet War Rooms. It's an underground museum that was often frequented by Winston Churchill and his closest advisors, so the occasion saw models clothed in the era's top fashion trends.

Included in the mix are black suspenders over white button-down dress shirts and black and brown fedoras all assembled by fourteen tailors. Models are staged in scenarios around the office, boardrooms and mess quarters of War Rooms.

The fine suiting and leisurewear look perfect among the logbooks, Bakelite telephones and other original artifacts from the Great War, offering a polished tableau vivant of British sartorial history. The looks cater to the finest details, including eyeglasses, meticulously parted hair and silk scarves nestled under buttoned collars.