In a world of ready to wear pop-up stores, why bespoke?
Bespoke is a more intimate exchange, it requires time and getting to know your clients in a much deeper level. There is an unquestionable romance associated with this old world trade that only the very discerning few understand and appreciate.
Describe the process of making a suit
It all starts with accounting for measurements. These measu-rements are then translated into distinctive proportions that give the garment shape and a timeless aesthetic. We then proceed to draft a pattern unique to each particular client, the cutter then works on the cloth. We then baste all the panels and prepare the garment for the first fitting. Adjustments are made if necessary. The pattern updated accordingly and then we move on to the slip on fitting. Here all seams have been set permanently and buttonholes await final inspection. Days after, the garment is complete and ready to wear.
What is the most crucial part of suit making and why?
In my opinion, from a bespoke perspective, if you don’t know how to properly account for measurements you are.... READ MORE