I am a tailor not web designer. If you can do better give me a call. LOL
Bespoke Tailoring in Montreal; locating the best. - Page 2
Nice video, you look like a noble man. I think you'll agree with me that there are alot of tailors claiming to be besoke, and as it is frustrating for you, imagine for the one paying :-/ ... I'm right now pretty happy with Pellegrino Castronovo, but if he moves ill consider dropping by.
All the best Rudolf
@Rudolf, nice to see a Canadian tailor on these forums. I'm very interested in what you do. How would you describe your 'house style' or 'house cut'? I've seen the pictures on the website and to be honest they are not very illuminating. I'm also not very familiar with Central European tailoring traditions, so I'd be interested to hear what you have to say about either.
Eastern Europeans including Russians master English tailoring. I have been out of Europe for many years so I can only speak for myself. I was trained in English tailoring. If you have a few minutes and would like to know more please check out my youtube videos. In them I explain what I do and give examples of my work in progress. There is even one video that might make you laugh. Just enter my name in youtube, Enjoy!!
I've seen Pellegrino Castronovo's website. It seems designed to appeal to the worst kind of douchebag. I hope his actual work is better than the image he promotes, but he certainly doesn't seem to be someone whose views on bespoke I'd be inclined to take seriously.
He was actually talking about the same one I was mocking, which is this one: https://www.pellegrinocastronovo.com/
Not Rudolf's which, as you say, is not special but does an okay job of introducing his work.