Tailor & Cutter, Savile Row
Would you please expalin how you achieved this shape of the shoulder? Thank you!
I saw this online:http://therakeonline.com/atelier-luxury-designer-brands-artisans/gieves-hawkes-rips-it-up//A fan.
Hi, sorry for late response, but in short... it involves cutting the shoulder in a way so that a bespoke pad can be inserted into the end only and allow the tailoring to sculpt the shape with the help of cuts in the canvas and manipulation of the cloth. Hope that helps a little! Thanks for the interest, Davide
It looks very beautiful, if you like to bespoke suit then you are winner in fashion age. Past 5 years custom tailoring trends is growing speedy, even we can not to tell about that. Even more of women are considering to the bespoke suits
Hello Davide.I've been fascinated by these sleeves for quite some time now. What kind of sleeve head is used (what and how much canvas and/or felt) and what weight is the cloth?/Anders
Hi Anders,Thanks for your interest. The cloth on both these suits is an 11oz Wool Flannel with Cashmere. The crown was created using the common-old pre-made sleeve-head roll, as supplied by most trimming merchants for Savile Row. Occasionally I might need this to be handmade with strips of domette cut on the bias and/or canvas, but this is more likely for a flatter crown.Yours, Davide
Hello DAVIDE TAUB, can you explain me difference between Custom tailoring and bespoke tailoring.