Are branded shirts made or hand-cut
If you treat yourself to something special like made-to-measure clothing, in addition to service and advice, quality is of course a decisive factor. We would like to give you a little insight, should you not yet be a regular customer, and pay special attention to this point.
The material determines the pace. Take your time and choose your color, pattern and type of fabric. With our countless samples you can feel, grasp, taste and compare and if the decision is too difficult, we are at your side with words and deeds.
Suit & costume fabric selection:
Suit / costume fabrics
1Ply hand-woven silk
2Ply hand-woven silk
Blouses & shirts fabric selection:
Blouses / shirt fabric - linen01 - from 79.90
Blouses / shirt fabrics - A-Business line - from 79.90
Blouses / shirt fabrics - B-Business poplin from EUR 89.90
Blouses / shirt fabrics - E-Business Oxford from EUR 79.90
Blouses / shirt fabrics - H-Business cotton / silk from EUR 79.90
Blouses / shirt fabrics - D-line check from EUR 79.90
Blouses / shirt fabrics - D-line stripes from EUR 79.90
Blouses / shirt fabrics - E-Z line two-ply, twill, Oxford twill - from EUR 89.90
Blouses / shirt fabrics - EX line two-ply - from EUR 89.90
Blouses / shirt fabrics - RN leisure line - from EUR 89.90
Blouses / shirt fabrics - RN-Line - Vollzwirn White Edition - from EUR 99.90
Dresses fabric selection:
Silk satin fabrics
Color cards dresses 1
Dress color cards 2
Shoes fabric selection:
Color chart shoes
Jeans fabric selection:
Standard button card
Special buttons can be viewed or ordered in our studio at any time on request.
The manufacture / production
Without exception, we have our partner companies in Thailand manufacture under our own label according to European standards, which makes your dreams come true. 10,000 stitches, 120 processing steps - e.g. for each shirt. Countless hours and maneuvers will pass before your clothing arrives at your place. We attach great importance to the highest quality. This is ensured by the final production, in our Austrian partner company, directly here on site.
How do you recognize that our products are something special - let's take a look at a brief overview:
Selection & measurement
At the beginning there is the consultation, the selection of the fabric and the cutting discussion, which takes place in our studio. Then you will be measured by us and all details will be discussed. When we have clarified everything to your satisfaction, we will send all the information, with the cut and fabric you have chosen, to our partner company in Thailand. Optionally, we are happy to offer everyone a style consultation in combination with "his / her wardrobe" as part of a personal consultation.
The production facility
Since men and women are different professions, different men and women are responsible for production at our partner. First the fabric is washed, dried again and ironed so that your piece is not changed or washed out later. Then the fabric will be cut according to your pattern and measurements. Over the next few days, the individual pieces will be sewn together by hand using the good old tradition. The delivery time for this is between 8-10 weeks.
Before delivery, we will iron your garment one more time by hand. At the first try-on, we examine the work again and check it for any wrinkles or for the perfect fit. Should there be any changes in the sidecut etc., our Österr. Partner company 1 week for your desired changes. We can also discuss any changes for the next order if something has changed in your measurements in the meantime. Your measurements will always fit like a glove for the next item of clothing.
Just as you do something good for a good shoe with a shoe stretcher, there are also a few tips for caring for your clothing. Read on under the heading "Tips".
The variety of products - blouse fabrics
Our fabrics are bundled in collections exclusively for you, which are carefully selected for Internat. Fabric fairs are compiled.
The processing of the blouses applies: 20 stitches per inch ensure maximum durability. Even with the most expensive branded shirts, only a maximum of 12 stitches are otherwise usual. 10,000 stitches, 120 processing steps. For just one gram of yarn to be woven, two 80 m long, fine cotton yarns are twisted evenly. The result is a silky smooth, light poplin that is unusually elegant, but also extremely resistant.
Typical blouse fabrics and their properties
Cotton batiste is a lightweight canvas fabric made from fine, high-quality yarns. The batiste made from Egyptian Mako cotton is also known as Swiss batiste.
The fabric that is made using finer warp threads and thicker weft threads is called poplin. The weft threads make up the character of this fabric.
Oxford refers to a larger type of weave that produces soft but durable shirt fabrics. Dyed and undyed threads are woven together. Oxford fabrics can be combined in many ways, but always look a little less fine and formal than batiste or poplin.
Royal Oxford is the slightly finer version of the otherwise rather cozy Oxford fabric. For this purpose, like with conventional Oxford, dyed and undyed threads are woven, but here much finer. As a result, a shirt made from Royal Oxford feels silky and softer than one made from "normal" Oxford.
Sea Island is always the most expensive quality. It is woven from a higher number of threads than poplin, which gives this fabric a silky feel. While a poplin fabric is about 100 threads per inch (2.54cm), Sea Island has 140 threads. Stripes or checks can thus be contoured more clearly, the colors are deeper and stronger. This is why Sea Island is particularly suitable for eye-catching patterns.
Ribbed twill has a characteristic diagonal structure, as we know it from the fabric of our chinos. The typical, slightly shimmering look of the Ribbed Twill gives monochrome shirts an interesting accent.
Pinpoint is a mix of cotton poplin and oxford. Long-staple cotton is woven here, as with Oxford, only the warp thread is dyed.
Herringbone Twill is a close relative of the Ribbed Twill. In both types of fabric, the threads are woven into a diagonal structure. To achieve the typical herringbone effect, the direction of travel is changed every half a centimeter, creating a zigzag pattern.
Cotton flannel is used for soft weekend shirts. They are available in one color, in different checks and with Scottish tartans. In Europe, cotton flannel is best known and loved for its famous tattersall check.
Another weekend classic is Viyella, a blended fabric that combines the warmth of wool with the wearing properties of cotton. Tattersallcheck shirts are mainly made from Viyella
The variety of products - suit / costume fabrics
Here, too, our fabrics are from our reliable partners. The fabrics are differentiated on the one hand by the manufacturing process (Super 100, etc.) and on the other hand by the material. We ensure you top quality, as well as the most precise examination of the weave, by our partner companies and their specialists.
The names like Super 100-160 can be found on every better suit made of virgin wool. It should be attached to the label of the respective fabric manufacturer. We would like to briefly introduce the manufacturing process of the fabric. For example, the new wool is sheared from the sheep and collected. After shearing, the wool grease is washed out and the wool is cleaned of impurities. The clean animal hair is then mechanically processed (loosening, combing) until it can be spun. Of course, spinning no longer takes place on old spinning wheels, as we know them from fairy tales or museums, but are now precise, highly electronic spinning machines that work with an accuracy of one micrometer. The wool to be spun is now spun into a long thread. The thinner and therefore the longer (made from the same kilogram of wool) this thread becomes, the higher the quality.
Typical suit / costume fabrics and their properties
Cotton is pleasantly cool to wear in summer and is therefore an ideal material for light suits. However, the typical light-colored cotton suits have the major disadvantage that they crease quickly.
If you always think of woolly, soft and warm fabrics when you think of cashmere, you should take a look at the light summer cashmere fabrics. They are soft and yet pleasantly cool to wear.
Light new wool
Light virgin wool fabrics have long established themselves as the ideal material for summer fabrics. Fabrics such as the so-called "Super 100" or, as already mentioned above, even lighter qualities.
Opinions differ on the linen. The traditionalist usually only accepts linen as a material for white handkerchiefs. Others consider linen to be the ultimate summer fabric, the creases of which are simply unbearable.
Like cashmere, mohair is spun and woven from the hair of a goat. This material is extremely elastic and creases even less than merino wool, which is why it is ideal for correct summer suits. Most men know mohair as a typical tuxedo fabric. The sheen of the fabric is particularly noticeable in the black or deep blue evening suit.
Many men find it difficult to imagine silk as the material for their suits. One usually thinks first of the delicate Hermés handkerchiefs worn by women. But in fact, dyed silk is ideal for summer suits, as the material is extremely light and airy. We particularly like to use summer fabrics with a percentage of silk. With a cleverly mixed fabric you can get almost all the advantages of silk without having to deal with its disadvantages.
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