Bespoke tailoring

Bespoke tailoring means creating clothes based on the individual pattern, created for each customer from scratch.

A good cut will help achieve the visual effect of a proportional and symmetrical silhouette. Total freedom of shaping the proportions and style of the garment (the essence of bespoke!) is crucial to this process.

When creating an individual pattern, customer's measurements are the key input. The pattern is then altered as needed during the fittings that follow until we achieve a perfect fit.

The popular (and often confused with bespoke tailoring) made-to-measure service is a semi-industrial system whereby customer's measurements are input into a predefined standard pattern. Its proportions, which are essential for the final result, cannot usually be changed.

Canvas inserts are used to achieve a perfect fit when shaping the garment. As a result, the jacket is more breathable and very comfortable. It is also more hard-wearing and retains its original shape. The inferior fusing technique, commonly used in ready-to-wear suits, is used rarely and at the express request of the customer only.

Canvas inserts are padded by hand.

Approximately 70% of the stitches in the coat are done by hand. Only straight stitches are done by machine.

There are three centimeter inlays in the seams, enabling future adjustments should your body proportions change.

Shoulder pads are made of natural materials and shaped by hand.

The buttonholes are hand made.