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.
Contemporary Tailoring is a more fashion-focussed collection from Crane Brothers.
In its inaugural season look for pops of colour and texture such as seersucker and linens suitable for the new and relaxed workplace as well as Summer Occasions.
Cordovan is widely regarded as one of the most premium of footwear leathers.
It is an equine leather made from the fibrous flat connective tissue (or shell) beneath the hide on the rump of the horse. The leather derives its name from the city of Cordoba, Spain.
Our own John Mangham with a monogrammed cuff and a date Sub.
One of the biggest pleasures when purchasing a Made to Measure suit is choosing the lining. We use and recommend Bemberg Linings for their superior comfort.
Bemberg is a high-quality brand of cupro produced in Japan. Made from Cotton, it is light and durable with a silky touch.
Bemberg is also anti-static and anti-cling for added comfort. The advantage over a synthetic fibre is that it wicks sweat and humidity away from the body. Natural material means that this biodegradable fabric is produced from a renewable resource.
The 2020 Wedding Season is almost upon us.
If you are planning on getting married in the next 6 - 9 months now is the perfect time to be starting the process.
We are more than happy to meet with you for a consultation and discuss your requirements.
Dressing for your Day is an exciting proposition; we love the idea of more diversity in our working wardrobes and the opportunity to express our personal style.
For many of us, there is a challenge associated with the move away from the dependability and relative ease of pairing a suit with a shirt and possibly a tie.
So how do we make the correct decisions that allow us to maintain our own personal brand and remain professional?
After all first impressions still, count.