Mick and Bianca Jagger on their wedding day, Saint-Tropez, 1971.
Mick Jagger marries Bianca Perez Moreno de Macias at the town hall in St Tropez in 1971. He wears a suit by Tommy Nutter, the man who opened the doors of Savile Row to a new generation (and also cut both John Lennon’s and Yoko Ono’s wedding suits). After studying architecture, he had answered an advertisement for a salesman at the Savile Row tailors G. Ward and Co. In 1969 he opened Nutters in Savile Row. His three-piece suits were styled with narrow, square shoulders, wide lapels, tight waists, tightly crotched flared trousers, and waistcoats. Charming and shy, Nutter was a frontman for the company which, employing master cutters and tailors, made the Savile Row bespoke suit fashionable again. In 1976 he left the company and joined tailor Kilgour French and Stanbury. He is still remembered with affection and respect by the tailors of Savile Row. ‘He was a modern stylist,’ said one. ‘He brought fashion here.’
—Phaidon Editors, 1998