Our mission is to create special and permanent pieces that transcend trends.
For over 20 years Made to Measure has been the backbone of our offering.
We are proud of our quality and obsessed by detail.
What started in New Zealand with our own small workroom producing shirts, has grown to include Suits, Shirts, Shoes, Ties, Blazers & Trousers.
We have retained our workroom and still manage all tailoring, hand finishing and quality control in house.
Made in Italy remains the pinnacle for Menswear production and we have fostered close working relationships with a network of respected artisan producers.
Autumn Winter 2020
Crane Brothers Lorenzo Blazer in Ash Escorial Wool worn over our Nero Roll Neck & Alabaster Needle Cord Chino. All Made in Italy and part of our Autumn Winter 2020 collection.
Escorial is a rare and luxurious wool from a small sheep originating from the Spanish Royal flocks of El Escorial. It is grown in small numbers in Australia and New Zealand.
This season we have introduced this beautiful cloth into our Ready to Wear and Made to Measure collections.
Image Courtesy Remix Magazine.
The sartorial equivalent to belt loops; this detail gives a clean front and also gives the visual effect of lengthening the legs, while also work to increase the comfort of your trousers. They are also the hallmark of classic made to measure garments.
The name ‘Chukka’ is said to be derived from the seven and a half minute Polo playing period called a Chukker or Chukka. The term is itself derived from the Hindi word ‘chukkar’ meaning ‘circle’ or ‘turn’.
Whatever their origin they are the perfect boot with Chinos and Denim
The headquarter is near Naples, the heart of the style, elegance and couture worldwide. Their precious fabrics are produced exclusively in Italy and cover a wide range of compositions and fibers : wool, mohair, silk, cashmere, cotton and linen.
Their style is distinct, and Neapolitan to its very core.
Please allow at least 25 working days for Made to Measure.
Finding the right material for odd trousers—those worn with a blazer—is not easy.
They need to navigate that fine line between being too casual whilst avoiding looking too formal.
We have two great options for Spring.
Our philosophy is that tailoring should be as much of a pleasure to wear as it is to look at.