Standard sizes consistently fail to fit us properly, but traditional tailoring is labour intensive, requires lots of in-person fittings and comes with price tags in the thousands. Instead, we use technology to make bespoke tailoring more convenient and affordable without compromising the quality of the end product, so that more of us can enjoy clothes that fit perfectly.

How It Works

Select your style

Virtually or in-person we guide you through our different designs and fabric choices. To help you visualise your options we create 3D digital renders of our designs in your favourite fabrics. If the fabrics we have in stock are not to your taste we work with you to source something you'll love. We discuss personalistions like whether or not you want trousers with pockets, the kinds of buttons you like etc. and build your fully customised suit with you.

Get measured

The only requirement for our 3D body scan is that you have access to an iPhone that is model X or newer (in other words, that has face recognition/ID). From start to finish the process takes no longer than a few of minutes. It can be done at home in your own time, or you can come and do it in our studio if that would make you feel more comfortable. All you have to do is rotate in front of your camera for 10 seconds, and we do the rest.

Check the fit

The scan collects thousands of precise body measurements which are then inputted into our unique pattern drafting theory developed with academics from the University of Manchester. We then make you what's called a toile - a mock up of your suit so that you can check it fits you correctly. Again, fittings can be done in-person or virtually depending on your preference.

Look and feel fantastic

Once we've checked the fit, your suit is made locally in East London. This usually takes about 2 weeks, so depending on your availiabilty for the fitting and how long it takes to source your fabric, we aim for the whole process to take about 4 weeks.

Get in touch and we'll start creating your bespoke suit together.