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Atelier Musella Dembech - Master Tailor in Milano, Italy - official affiliate thread

post #1 of 193
Thread Starter 

Ciao a tutti,

 

Sixty-two years have been passed since my father at the age of 9, started his apprenticeship by the old Napoletan master tailors in Caserta. Then some years later in Milano, working with Colavito, heir of the milanese school of Cesare Tosi's, and for many years after the great and most important Sartoria Caraceni made him the so called “Sarto Finito”. During many years of experience apprenticeships with master tailors, he would learn their secrets and recognize the differences by putting the best and his own creativity together. He became one of the old masters of the revolutionary Milanese method and of a trade now forgotten.

 

Today, after years of studying and learning, I follow the steps of my father continuing the Milanese school dinasty and to bring the old trade to light as it was made, step by step all handstitched, sewed and cut by hand as many years ago. 

 

We don't follow any style, just our own style, this is what we are going to give to any of our customers.

 

 

Gianfrancesco Musella Dembech

 

 

Website: http://muselladembech.wordpress.com/

 

Here some pictures about our works:

 

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post #2 of 193
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Here some shoots after we started last saturday a new dark blue velvet jacket:

 

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Do you like it? Tomorrow will post more pics, keep reading! :)

post #3 of 193
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here the update: worked the sleeves and they are almost ready to fit! :)

 

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post #4 of 193
Thread Starter 

Some fresh new tweeds arrived recently. These are special hand loomed tweeds and are made of shetland wool and cashmere or vicuna or silk, the quality is top notch here! Which one do you prefer?hmmm...

 

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post #5 of 193
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Some updates: last week we did the second fit to our client (the blue velvet jacket) and now we are working the jacket for its final stage. Here the jacket with our special designed waist patched pocket! and….

Qualche aggiornamento: la scorsa settimana abbiamo messo la giacca in seconda prova per il cliente (la giacca in velluto blu) e adesso stiamo lavorando al suo completamento. Questa è la giacca con il nostro taschino in vita applicato (nostro disegno)! e…

 

 

 

…and, while I was working on this jacket, my father is working on a lightweight light blue suit (Super 130)

…e, mentre io stavo lavorando a questa giacca, mio padre sta lavorando su un leggero abito blue chiaro (Super 130)

 
post #6 of 193
Nice work. Bravo.


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post #7 of 193
Thread Starter 

Thank you Jefferyd! :)

 

So, I just come back from the asian tour and ready to get back to work. Today I went to the milanese saturday market, here some shots - DB blue linen basketed jacket:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #8 of 193
The jacket looks great -- I like it a lot (Shirt collar points need to be longer though)
post #9 of 193
Thread Starter 

Many thanks, you know I am the tailor right?? :D ;)

Good observation.. actually the shirt collar is right lenght but the tie knot has been made very tight, I like it to be very attached to the skin, and that made the collar to lift up a little..that is part of the dressing, I don't like perfect things, I better like my things to be unique. 

post #10 of 193
nice. handmade quality to it
post #11 of 193
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Originally Posted by Musella View Post

Thank you Jefferyd! :)

 

So, I just come back from the asian tour and ready to get back to work. Today I went to the milanese saturday market, here some shots - DB blue linen basketed jacket:

 

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North America tour anytime soon?

post #12 of 193
Thread Starter 

Thank you guys, I apprecciate your comments :)

 

chogall: maybe, it all depends on how many people would be interested and how many suits or jackets.

post #13 of 193
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Some details of our almost all hand stitched high waist pants cut. We have different models to choose from and all highly customiseble in the details: large extended tab fastening belt, large waistband or a front fly enclosure. Here you can note the French flyes with two buttons on the inside. On the bottom, our trousers are finished with cuffs.

Qualche dettaglio dei nostri pantaloni a vita alta cuciti a mano. Abbiamo differenti modelli tra i quali scegliere, tutti personalizzabili nei dettagli: cintura lunga con chiusura sui lati, cintura lunga laterale, o chiusura centrale. Nelle immagini qui sotto potere notare la patta francese a due bottoni interni. I pantaloni sono rifiniti con risvolti.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #14 of 193
can you post a photo of your pants ironed and flat on a table? is the line of your pants straight, or curved?
post #15 of 193
Very sexy button holes.
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