“Bespoke"—the very word implies the ultimate in quality, a product handcrafted by skilled craftsmen to perfectly fit the body and tastes of the individual customer. How is bespoke clothing made? Why is it so expensive? How is its legacy passed on?
We will examine these questions and others by speaking directly with the craftsmen who carry on the bespoke tradition at the London shops who created the culture of men's fashion—stores like Henry Poole & Co., John Lobb, and Turnbull & Asser—as well as those like Gaziano & Girling who are creating the traditions of the future.
A hardcover, coffee-table book offering a glimpse into the world of British heritage tailoring. Bespoke Style offers over 200 pages full of beautiful imagery from Edward Lakeman and words by Yoshimi Hasegawa.
Bilingual Edition (English & Japanese)
Size and Fit
11.5’’ x 8.5’’