This is what bespoke tailoring is all about — clothes are made to measure for a specific customer and almost entirely produced by hand.
The result of this sartorial art is a suit that is a perfect fit, improving its owner's figure and reflecting the nature of its wearer.
Dmitry, the head of the studio, does fittings, selects the fabric together with the customer, determines the cut and style, controls the sewing technology and is responsible for the most complicated hand operations. A designer and three tailors do the cutting and sewing.
Making a suit takes 65−100 hours of tailoring and requires three fittings. A suit will be ready in one or two months. Importing suit fabric ordered by a customer takes from two to four weeks.