Michele Latorre founded Sartoria Latorre in 1965, initially as a little local company, to produce made-to-measure suits. During the years, Michele gains experience serving local customers in his small workshop at Locorotondo, a beautiful village, in the very heart of Valle d'Itria, Puglia. Nevertheless, his far-sighted vision and his entrepreneurial curiosity brought him beyond his village walls, towards the "high tailoring", that gives "Made in Italy" an international strength.
With custom and forward fashions for South Carolina's modern man, Granger Owings Bespoke has opened its doors in Columbia, South Carolina. Presenting an intimate atmosphere within Main Street's iconic Arcade Mall, this evolving generation of the Granger Owings brand features a refreshing and modern vibe that showcases the superior quality, craftmanship and style of the men's apparel found inside
Gary Franzen Custom Clothing specializes in bespoke suits in Las Vegas. Your suit will be hand cut and bench made by expert tailors, right here in our shop, to your exact measurements. We also offer a full line of custom shirts, sport coats, slacks, tuxedos and accessories. We serve customers in Las Vegas, Reno and the Los Angeles areas. If you are visiting Las Vegas and want a bespoke suit please call for special arrangements.
Huishan Zhang is the winner of the 2013 Dorchester Collection Fashion Prize. The award was bestowed to the designer tonight at The Dorchester after a catwalk show featuring the four shortlisted designers of the prize. Huishan Zhang was presented with an endowment of £25,000 from Dorchester Collection's chief executive officer Christopher Cowdray, along with an engraved Baccarat crystal trophy and a stay at a Dorchester Collection property, and in a new element launched this year, the prospect of one-to-one mentoring from a selection of the judges.
London Jewelry Week was opened with a glitzy launch party on Monday night, showcasing the best of young British designers.
At a glamorous cocktail in Goldsmiths’ Hall, some of the leading Britain’s top jewelry designers showed off their latest creations in silver, gold and diamonds. They said that they hoper London Jewelry Week would become as mainstream a feature on the British social calendar as London Fashion Week.