All pictures created by Rudolf Popradi, Bespoke
During the consultation stage the customer’s tastes, interests and lifestyle are discussed and a picture of the man and his requirements is formed, with the cut and fit of the garment built around his needs.
Next the cloth is chosen from a selection of thousands of luxurious fabrics coming from the finest mills in Europe.
The customer’s measurements are taken, as well as notes on build, stance and posture. Later, the customer’s unique pattern is created, using expertise and instinct to shape the two- dimensional panels that will combine into a form-fitting garment.
A few weeks later the customer comes in for his first fitting and can see and feel the beginnings of a suit that previously existing only in his imagination.
Exquisite, hand-worked details are added as the suit reaches completion – fine buttonholes, horn buttons all reflecting centuries of tailoring tradition. Each true bespoke suit will include a minimum of 80 hours of hand work detail. Then a final pressing and the suit is ready for collection.