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Meet Carin Aguas of local brand Masanting Sastreria.
When you think of the bespoke tailoring industry, what immediately comes to mind are suits made for men. A local brand is changing the narrative, catering not just to men but also to women looking for quality suits that look great and
From suits and dress shirts to eyeglasses and pajamas.
In this time of ready-to-wear and mass production of fast fashion, bespoke service has become true luxury. Though many tailors in Manila offer made-to-measure services, only a handful make bespoke, fully hand-made menswear pieces.Here, we list down the luxury boutiques in Manila
And it's helping preserve the dying art, too!
Today, we’re looking outside of our usual suspects (the LBDs, the sequined tops, fringed dresses, and ruffled skirts) for what to wear to make a statement. It seems suits are offering some tough competition, thanks to Masanting Sastreria, which is breaking out
Master tailor Napoleon Arienza passes on the dying art of bespoke tailoring to younger generations.
Master tailor Napoleon Arienza of Tiño Suits & Barongs is on a mission to teach bespoke tailoring to younger generations. The Tiño brand derives its name from a Spanish term that translates to "sureness of touch.” Arienza's shop has been making bespoke
138 times to be exact.
The New York Times reported that their most used word for 2014 would be ‘bespoke’. From 67 times in 2011, to 138 times in 2014, the use of the word doubled in four years. Yes, the word is synonymous with custom-made tailoring.
And why they're so insistent on it.
It’s not every day you see a chap working a suit for his 9-5 shift. At most, he’ll wear a nice silk tie that pops out from his solid-colored buttondown. But as for a proper jacket, perhaps he’ll leave something bought off