E. Tautz is a bespoke British tailor on Savile Row, founded by Edward Tautz in 1867. The historic tailoring house dressed such prominent figures as Winston Churchill, Edward VII and Cary Grant. E. Tautz pays homage to classic gentlemen's attire, with each suit made to fit using local Savile Row pattern cutters. In the 1950s the firm moved from Oxford Street to Stafford Street and then Conduit Street, where it now stands in the heart of Savile Row.
In 2005, the firm was purchased by Patrick Grant, who relaunched the semi-forgotten brand as a ready-to-wear line in 2009, with the collaboration of British designers Kim Jones, Giles Deacon, Richard Nicoll and Christopher Kane.