How A Suit Is Made
Our attention to detail and service together with a vast knowledge of luxury product have ensured that since this business began, our clients have not only enjoyed their shopping experience, but recommended others safe in the knowledge that they will always be assisted in a professional and competent manner.
Secondly, once the canvas is dry, the templates are cut into a form which is compatible with the size of the suit and then it is sewn in loosely to form the suit’s structure.
Thirdly, in order for that structure to stay in position, the tailor must fasten the interlinings to strategic parts of the jacket only, whilst letting the structure flow so as to allow the wearer that unsurpassed comfort experienced from such a technique.
Fourthly, a layer of felt is inserted so as to stop the canvas and horse hair rubbing through the lining of the jacket.
Fifthly, once the structure of the jacket is complete, the sleeves are stitched into place and the lining is sewn in, this operation is finished by hand with the same attention to detail by expert tailors and finishers.
Finally, after several further operations that include pressing by hand and a stringent quality control procedure only then is that suit ready to be offered to our clients.