Dec 16, 2014

Tailoring for a Day

Tailoring for a Day While it’s in my nature to...

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Tailoring for a Day

While it’s in my nature to keep exploring new areas and expand my creativity, I have the utmost respect for those who devote their lives to honing a craft, whatever it may be. An art by itself, tailoring is one of the most inspiring and demanding, taking years of devotion to perfect.

A couple of weeks ago, while visiting my friend Gonçalo Ayres, I was given a chance to experience a small glimpse of this art: by cutting my very own pair of bespoke trousers. With hands trembling and a cold chill down the spine, a mix of fear and excitement took over while I saw my unique piece come to life: a pair of high waisted, double pleated, cuffed trousers made from Scabal fabric. Stay tuned for the final result on an upcoming post!

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