One of the world’s premier fabric mills returns to Bespoke Thursday for their fall trunk show. Dormeuil has existed at the top of the fabric game since 1846, and are revered the world over, from the traditional tailors of Savile Row to the contemporary creatives of Napoli. When you take a fabric from one of Dormeuil’s many books, and use the yards to create an American-made Wingtip suit, you have one of the finest custom offerings available anywhere in the market.
Just Added: Celebrate with complimentary Maker’s Mark Manhattans at 2pm, as well as complimentary shoe shines (as time permits).
Next Friday and Saturday, we are officially unveiling the Wingtip Suit. It will be available in three fits and a multitude of fabrics (including Scabal, who visit Wingtip for the occasion!). The suit is an American-made, custom-tailored garment. Each suit’s fabric is individually cut and hand-finished by highly-skilled craftsmen.
Next Wednesday, we welcome Oxxford Clothes back to Wingtip Bespoke. We will be featuring their 2013 suiting and jacketing fabrics
Thursday, from 12pm to 7pm, in Bespoke, Luke Mayes and Dan Stevenson, of Dormeuil, are in house to help you find the perfect fabric to suit your inner-Alfie. (Click through to find out exactly what that means.)
New bolt of fabric from Dormeuil’s Ice line, which is their take on flannel. This 11.5oz charcoal fabric features a horizontal twill and rainbow flecking. 92% wool, 5% cashmere, and 3% mohair.
Five books of fresh swatches have just arrived from Oxxford. The collection includes two for lightweight suitings, one for summer jackets, one for linens and cottons, and a final book of English mohairs. In keeping with the season, these are gossamer fabrics ? most are seven to nine ounces. And absolutely gorgeous. View the full… Read more »
Who (makes these): Holland & Sherry, Dormeuil, and Scabal What (they are): Cut lengths, a.k.a. bolts of fabric, that one buys to make up into a suit, sport coat, trousers, or any piece of tailored clothing you can imagine Where (these companies are from): England, France, and Belguim, respectively Why (you should care): because… Read more »