George Bernard Shaw
How will be wearing your bespoke suit? the suit must cover anything you may need.
The process of selecting the material is rigorous, with close attention to weight, pattern and style.
It is extremely important you are measured by a professional tailor with a great experience who will cut your suit.
The most important detail to make a perfect suit is chest measure.
There is not a cut method, just a tailor’s inspiration. He draws the lines directly onto the fabrics and cuts it right way, without paper-model.
Every jacket will be always a little different as a true artisan handmade work.
Meeting your suit during first fitting is a fundamental moment in the bespoke process.
The maestro checks personally every detail and pins the jacket for alterations.
Your custom suit has to embrace your body but do not strangle it giving freedom to move.
It is a great moment where the suit take shape as a truly piece of art.
Neapolitan suit has a light structure with a natural canvas inside being the jacket fit like a second skin, rolling lapel during stitching to create soft and relaxed former on breast.
Regarding traditional shoulder there is an absence of pad and preferable with some small folds on the seam between shoulder and the sleeve.