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http://www.milanesespecialselection.com/brahim-bouloujour-tailleur-paris/
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Wonderful tailoring samples from Kenjiro Suzuki!

http://www.kssm-paris.com/fr/collection/index.html

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His stuff looks great, doesn't it. Hope to pop in next time I'm in Paris, time permitting.
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You should call before... You will see on the shelves of his atelier but Kenjiro Suzuki is really, really busy ! ; ) 

 

Btw he is not talking English, but his wife does. 

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French magazine called "Dandy" is now available in English language (translation at the end of the magazine). 

This February/March issue got 11 pages focus on tailoring house Cifonelli... But I didn't learn anything new... ; )

 

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You should call before... You will see on the shelves of his atelier but Kenjiro Suzuki is really, really busy ! ; ) 

Btw he is not talking English, but his wife does. 

Il est heureux que ma femme est parisienne, donc je peux parler un peu.
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Génial Nicholas !

 

 

This week, I had the chance to observe at the Aubercy's new workshop "Haute Cordonnerie (high quality cobbler)".

 

http://www.high-toned.fr/en/2016/03/high-quality-cobbler-s-workshop-of-aubercy/

 

It's not French tailoring, but check it out guys ; ) 

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^ also a pair of aubercy repaired there and was similarly impressed by the work. IIRC they will work on other brands as well.
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Génial Nicholas !


This week, I had the chance to observe at the Aubercy's new workshop "Haute Cordonnerie (high quality cobbler)".

http://www.high-toned.fr/en/2016/03/high-quality-cobbler-s-workshop-of-aubercy/

It's not French tailoring, but check it out guys ; ) 

Thanks so much for that.

I love that family.

I went in there last month after not being there for five years. They remembered me by name and then noted that I had lost some weight (and had gone down 1.5 sizes as a result).

Can't wait to go back there. Old fashioned service like you hardly get anywhere else.
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Yes, I saw few Berluti shoes and beautiful John Lobb boots. 

 

It's quite old-fashioned service since the second and third generation are working together. It's funny to see them arguing.

The mother also remember me. ; )

 

They have very interesting design. It's quite unique in Paris.

Also the Japanese Bespoke shoemaker Yasuhiro Shiota is doing an amazing work (and he is very kind). 

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I met him when I was there and congratulated them on the bespoke move.

Sadly as I go to Paris infrequently I am not a candidate for bespoke shoes or clothes.
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I was very disappointed by the words of Lanvin menswear artistic director, Mr Lucas Ossendrijever in an Itw made by GQ France. 

 

 

1. Reinvent tailoring :

 

"When I started at Lanvin, 10 years ago, nothing was happening in the French menswear, in the world of custom-made, at least in the tailoring, except Dior.

Today, we do pre-collection. the pace is quickening. And the menswear business is has developed enormously" 

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Thanks!


Edited by xrs2 - 4/24/16 at 1:11pm
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Does this tailor have a name?

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