Save Savile Row From Abercrombie & Fitch

1,843 Signatures | Petition Ended

Created March 21, 2012 by Gustav

abercrombie-store1

Return to the Save Savile Row From Abercrombie & Fitch petition.

This petition is now closed and is no longer accepting signatures!



There are currently 1843 signatures for this petition:

  1. LEITH CLARK

    Preserve Savile Row!

  2. CJ Heal UNITED KINGDOM

    Don’t lets lose our history

  3. Carmen Haid

    Savile Row stands for heritage and hand craftsmanship. Let it continue to do so! There is plenty of space on Regent Street.

  4. LAURA DOOLEY UNITED KINGDOM

    wrong x

  5. G Hales UNITED KINGDOM

    Don’t dilute the history of Savile Row.

  6. sandra freij UNITED KINGDOM

    why not next to zara on oxford street

  7. Fiona Leahy UNITED KINGDOM

    What a dreadful thought …

  8. Jennifer UNITED KINGDOM

    Imagine the pungent Fitch cologne wafting onto Saville Row everytime their bare chested male greeters opens the door…..then sign the petition to save the dignity of this street!

  9. christina UNITED KINGDOM

    x

  10. Kitty Gale UNITED KINGDOM

    -

  11. Robert V M Mann

    Good luck

  12. Brett Ayres

    Savile Row should stay as Savile Row not any high street. Some of us young men still know that.

  13. Amanda

    One is enough!!

  14. Erin Fetherston UNITED STATES

    I petition this development

  15. Harpreet Khara UNITED KINGDOM

    Other more suitable locations. Would the French let Abercrombie and Fitch happen in Rue Cambon? Sacré Bleu!

  16. Ozwald of Nene UNITED KINGDOM

    Damnable outrage, colonials setting up some tawdry stall on the Row flogging off cheap Chinese made tat to the monstrous spawn of polyester parents. Is nothing sacred, what next a Pound Shop whatever that may be..?

  17. Soheila Dayani UNITED KINGDOM

    London is turning into one big high street!

  18. Rosie Neate

    Where on earth has quality and tradition gone? We need to hold fast to the few things left that make us British!!

  19. Kerry Humphries

    Huzzah to this!

  20. Gabriel McGowan AUSTRALIA

    The last bastion of traditional British tailoring must not fall!

Your Name*:
Your E-Mail:
Message*:

Add your Signature...

Sign with Facebook
Or enter your details below…