24 Toorak Road
South Yarra VIC 3141
In understanding the varied requirements of our clients, we offer three tailoring options - each carrying the same exceptional care and personalised attention of our tailors for your investment.
Unmistakably The Bespoke Corner. Our most popular construction and where it all started for The Bespoke Corner Tailors and is a beautiful representation of the artistry and craftsmanship of tailoring from our Tuscan Atelier. A true marriage of heritage and Italian tailoring, each commission is hand crafted and hand finished in Italy guaranteeing its provenance as "made in Italy." This selecting this construction allows the client to experience a softer full or half floating canvas and a truly exceptional finish.
Electing for our Primo construction our clients enjoy a stunning and precise machine finished garment, echoing our quality finish of Officina with state of the art machine sewing and laser cutting. Primo also features a wide variety of Always in Stock fabrics from Super 100-140 including a variety of Wool-Silk blends for those with quicker needs in commissioning their garments.
The Bespoke Corner Tailors is home to an extensive archive, featuring an unrivalled selection of more than 10,000 fabrics ranging from the exclusive, to the more traditional and classic fabrics elegant from a variety of world class Mills. These include a wide range of silks, cashmere, pashmina, cotton, linen, vicuna and exceptionally fine Merino wool materials, available in a vast selection of colours and patterns, all of which are offered to Bespoke members.
The House of Dormeuil harnesses the expertise and creativity of its design team to provide a bespoke fabrics service for clients worldwide. We offer the fashion and luxury goods industry an innovative approach to designing and reinterpreting best-selling House of Dormeuil fabrics to meet individual requirements.
Since 1836 Holland & Sherry has continued to supply prestigious tailors and luxury brands with some of the finest cloths in the world. Stephen George Holland and Frederick Sherry began the business as woollen merchants at 10 Old Bond Street, London, specialising in both woollen and silk cloths.