A Guide to Sicilian
tailors, a very
commendable initiative

Hugo JACOMET

Today, we wish to salute the initiative (and very high precision work) of our friend Juhn Maing, globe trotter emeritus and publisher of a blog we very much love here at PG. His eBook is the first of its kind to list Sicilian bespoke workshops, with not only very well documented reports on each, but also everything you need to plan a trip to […]

Invisible mending:
an amazing craft
under threat!

Hugo JACOMET

Last week, one of our readers, to whom we extend our warmest gratitude, alerted us on the fact that the very last invisible mending workshop in Paris is about to close.

Gaziano & Girling Bespoke

Hugo JACOMET

You know we follow very closely the work of Tony Gaziano, who we think is, along with Pierre Corthay, Dimitri Gomez, Anthony Delos and a few others including Lazlo Vass and Kojiro Suzuki only to name a few, one of the best bespoke shoe maker worldwide…

Windowpane
pattern : worth
trying

Hugo JACOMET

Fear not the double-breasted suit !

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Ode to the horizontal line…

Hugo JACOMET

For a few weeks, I have been catching myself wearing more and more often my only horizontal stripe shirt. My Marc Guyot has wide-ish grey stripes and a white collar and cuffs. My initial reservations have dissipated and I now find it flamboyant, but also versatile and in the end, quite easy to wear.

Don’t sing in the rain in your Berlutis

Hugo JACOMET

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