The future of tailoring: Julian Weyand

This is the first post of my ‘future of tailoring’ series. The basic idea: I want to highlight tailors that are young and have a passion for tailoring. They are the future of tailoring. I would like to make sure that they get some more coverage.   We will start with the first tailor: Julian Weyand….

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Handmade, does it matter?

above: tailor at Eduardo de Simone making a jacket for Simon Crompton (Permanent Style) There is a huge debate about the importance of handwork in a garment. Some people say it’s absolutely necessary, others say that they don’t see/feel a difference. I think I’m between both camps. I think that it can look really nice,…

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