A bespoke tailored overcoat or bespoke suit will be your companion through your life and is likely to become your favourite garment. As the foundation of any good wardrobe an overcoat not only needs to be warm and comfortable. Its design also should be timeless and dress you well in different occasions. Working with rugged, sturdy materials and creating high-quality, long-living garments with individual details is what really sets my tailors' heart racing.
That is why I - as the only mens bespoke tailor in Germany -
put my focus on making bespoke overcoats and coats for men and women.
Applying the craft and skills of
traditional mens bespoke tailoring, I strive to create individual and unique bespoke coats and bespoke overcoats that are not beholden to the
whims of mens or womens current fashion trends. Because a garment should fit the wearer, not the other way round. This goes for a piece off the rack and even more for a bespoke tailored overcoat,
coat or suit.
Overcoats and coats are a huge trendtopic for this years' autumn and winter season. Lots of magazines and papers are engaged with shapes and forms
of overcoats, also in mens fashion.
I am very proud and honoured, that two of my drawings from my websites' "Mantel-Lexikon" were chosen to illustrate an article on overcoats in the latest issue No.31 of
THE HERITAGE POST - the magazine for mens culture.
Available in selected stores from 05.09.2019, for more information please visit their website www.theheritagepost.com
New fabric arrivals!
While summer is still going on for a little longer, the preparations for the autumn/winter season 2019/20 in my workshop for bespoke overcoats in Berlin-Weißensee have started again.
Right in time: the latest autumn/winter fabric collections
With a wide range of woollen material, fine Merino, soft Cashmere and Alpaka in plenty of different colours and patterns.
It is indeed a nice development, that also the big fabric companys finally display some colour in their winter collections (besides the regular blueish, greyish and blackish winterfabrics).
I use Instagram to document progress on my current bespoke tailoring projects. You don’t need to make an account to follow my work and get an idea of what I do and how I work, unless you have your heart set on liking and commenting on my posts.