Made to measure: how suiting and tailoring have evolved to reflect our new normal

From craft and nostalgia to pattern and colour to lift your mood, we look at the international and Irish labels that are responding to this season’s challenges in innovative ways

14th February, 2021
Another Aspect, the Copenhagen label, does beautiful shirts and suits, honing in on a lean-back style that gives a certain aloofness in its fit

Tailoring, the art of a custom suit, trousers and jacket, is something that lay in the beauty of bespoke: personally cut to precise measurements from fittings, with individual finishes down to the exceptional beauty of a well-made button – a true luxury in its absolute dedication to one person: you.

Fast track to 2021 and we lie in the monolith of the ready to wear lifestyle, where everything is bought off the rack, and on...

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