Tag: Bespoke Tailoring

Bespoke Tailoring for Men

Bespoke Tailoring for Men

The “tailor-made” can also concern the manufacture of a single object not used to dress but corresponding to precise dimensions. In this case, there is no systematic relationship between the morphology and the result of manufacture, only the customer’s desires matter. It is customary to […]

Bespoke tailoring for Women: Haute Couture

Bespoke tailoring for Women: Haute Couture

Haute couture, a Parisian tradition dating symbolically from 1868, has always been totally indissociable from the feminine tailor-made, and is opposed to ready-to-wear. In the following years, we can distinguish between “petite couture”, “Medium seam”, and haute couture. The regulations issued after the War by […]

History and essence of bespoke tailoring

History and essence of bespoke tailoring

The tradition of bespoke tailoring has been symbolized for two centuries by the Savile Row street in London. Faced with the predominance of ready-to-wear clothing, particularly from the 1960s, tailors installed in this street know how to perpetuate a tradition, despite a significant decline in […]

Bespoke Tailoring trends 2017

Bespoke Tailoring trends 2017

Tailor-made, or “custom-made” or “#bespoketailoring” means the creation of a piece of clothing (shirt, shoes, suit) to the morphology and desires of the client. According to the level of intervention of the tailor or the couturier, and sometimes of its geographical location, tailor-made can take […]

Bespoke Tailoring – Yes or No

Bespoke Tailoring – Yes or No

In some countries, in the days of shortages on good clothes at the sewing studios there has been no lack of customers. Actually, there were plenty of them. Nowadays, there is no lack in rather high-quality (but not the best quality/fit as bespoke tailoring guarantees) […]