Tailoring needs endurance, planning and patience – lots of it!

 

Sometimes making a tailored garment will make you feel like you’re absolutely preparing for a marathon. Same routine every day! Hours and hours invested in building up that good solid foundation. And still, every step has to be taken with caution; How will I preform today? Are there things that will effect my efforts in a good or bad way? Will I be interrupted? Can I fully control everything around me, including me myself? No, of course I cannot – control everything around me. But at least I can give it my best try! Read more

Choosing colors

 

As a kickstart for even more colors in our bespoke tailoring I’m making a men’s cotton jersey Electric Blue Cobalt Turtleneck for the Bespoke Era project.

Choosing colors can be really hard! But then again, one have to start somewhere, right? And then continue the journey. The idea here is to go for colors that match the rest of the collection – or your wardrobe – and will boost the other items planned, or already made. Read more

The light striped summer jacket!

 

Finally, after photographing and prepping, the Striped Light Summer Jacket is ready to leave the studio for extensive testing by Alexander. I wonder if it will pass the test before being put into production? There are multiple considerations in our own new products’ testing. (Overall use, practicality, movement, detail functionality, travel and packing, durability, comfort…) Otherwise it’s back to the “drawing-board” for adjustments. Even the smallest details. We want only the best for our customers! Read more