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sartoria pirozzi

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Hy,
we are looking for customers in London...
We come in London next month.....
thanks





 

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History of Sartoria Pirozzi:

Sartoria Pirozzi has an atelier at just a few meters from the sea of the partenopean gulf
In a worldwide contest made of big companies and of globalization, the Pirozzi family continues it’s sartorial tradition with a care and precision that only the hand crafted laboratories can give.
It is been on the market for more then 50 years, and now it is on it’s second-generation. Nunzio Pirozzi, the founder of the maison, still works with the same passion he had at the beginning. Passion that he has properly transmitted to his three sons: Giovanna, Mimmo, and Enzo. They started to move their first steps in the father’s shop, then for a few years each one attempted other ways to learn new skills. Giovanna worked with other companies, so she gain more ability in the administration. Mimmo worked by prestigious companies to improve his technique, and learning to manage the human resource in the shop. Enzo studied at the Accademia di Costume e Moda di Roma, and then worked as a costume designer for the theatre and the movies, and started a female prêt-à -porter line. The three brothers decided to unify they’re experiences with the ones of the father, and by still keeping their own individuality they formed a highly specialized and competitive team.
This consolidation of the Pirozzi family has given life to a change, however they never abandon their traditions, but they manage the work , the human resources and all of the other aspects of the shop as a company. The tree say: – “ We continue to realize our works as it usually happens in our tradition, but we interrelate with the rest of the world as company, we are tailors but also.”
The Sartoria Pirozzi has in his organic, tailors that satisfy the quality standards, imposed by the family.
The generational renewal of the shop, brought the family create a “school/workshop”. So the ones who want to get start in the Neapolitan sartorial world can find a teacher/tailor and the maximum helpfulness from all how work with them, so they can all learn the antique and traditional techniques of cutting and sewing. In a serene climate they work and learn how to not lose the tradition, and how to renew and to bring freshness in a so particular field.
the Sartoria Pirozzi has at the the basis of its success the personal relationship with each customer, the use of fabrics of the best textile factory (that it is basis for a best result and success of the clothes) and the rigor of tradition, each step is done individually. From the drawings on the fabric of the model to the eyelets (sewn with a string of silk) passing to the cut, the ironing, the positioning of the cloth are all the phases made according to the dictates of their tradition. Another point of strength for the Sartoria Pirozzi is the shirt factory, very comfortable and excellent quality as every shirt is realized with the same criterion of jacket: it has to be like a second skin. The cut, the eyelets, the collar, of the armhole and the cuffs as the application of the buttons are all steps made by hand, so they can offer a very satisfying product. Each piece of Pirozzi tailor's is tested with the customer to three times, so that there is an absolute harmony and union between the suit and the body.
Although having a business background the relationship with customers is not changed, in the pure Partenopean spirit, hospitality is fundamental, “one of the most important moments is the choice of fabrics both for the clothes and the shirts. Between the tailor and the client there is a relationship of trust. A good coffee and a break from the everyday are important. Going to the tailor becomes a small gift granted for us.” says Nunzio.

www.sartoriapirozzi.it
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What are you charging for a suit?
Are you opening a store, or is this more of a visit? If so, how will you handle subsequent fittings?
 

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Dear Mr. Pirozzi, unfortunately your post always seem spam, even if we know from older threads that you are a real tailor and a very interesting one too.
I'd suggest you make more focused posts, with more details as fox81 requested and real life photos instead of a cut&paste of marketing material like your second post in this thread.
See the website of many english tailors for how to advertise your visits abroad.
Details like:

1. General pricelist
2. Ability/willingness to work with client's cloth
3. Dates and places of your stay
4. An idea about the fitting process (how many fittings you generally need etc.)
5. An estimate date of your next visit
6. An estimate of the time needed to make a suit
7. Other work you can do (ex. shirts, trousers only etc.)
8. Any other detail you might consider important to make for a great experience


Are important, expecially if you have to build a name for yourself abroad
 

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To me it seems it's not even someone from the family or business, just some guy hired to make posts and it's copying and pasting from a website or some other document
 

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Originally Posted by pabloj
Details like: 1. General pricelist 2. Ability/willingness to work with client's cloth 3. Dates and places of your stay 4. An idea about the fitting process (how many fittings you generally need etc.) 5. An estimate date of your next visit 6. An estimate of the time needed to make a suit 7. Other work you can do (ex. shirts, trousers only etc.) 8. Any other detail you might consider important to make for a great experience Are important, expecially if you have to build a name for yourself abroad
Absolutely. That would definitely be of interest for me, too.
 

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Originally Posted by lizmasc
To me it seems it's not even someone from the family or business, just some guy hired to make posts and it's copying and pasting from a website or some other document


mmmmmmm...sorry, but i'am Enzo Pirozzi
regards



enzo pirozzi at working
 

sartoria pirozzi

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Originally Posted by pabloj
Dear Mr. Pirozzi, unfortunately your post always seem spam, even if we know from older threads that you are a real tailor and a very interesting one too.
I'd suggest you make more focused posts, with more details as fox81 requested and real life photos instead of a cut&paste of marketing material like your second post in this thread.
See the website of many english tailors for how to advertise your visits abroad.
Details like:

1. General pricelist
2. Ability/willingness to work with client's cloth
3. Dates and places of your stay
4. An idea about the fitting process (how many fittings you generally need etc.)
5. An estimate date of your next visit
6. An estimate of the time needed to make a suit
7. Other work you can do (ex. shirts, trousers only etc.)
8. Any other detail you might consider important to make for a great experience


Are important, expecially if you have to build a name for yourself abroad




thanks for information....
ok...
the sartoria pirozzi will come in london in february, the date is not still fixed, but i think about 15 february.
we create, dresses, coats, shirts, ties. ( shoes Pirozzi made from Neapolitan craftsmen ) all exclusively made by hand and on measure.
for a suits we make 2 fitting. To deliver the suits we need + or - 30/40 days.
We work with the best european fabrics, like LoroPiana- Holland & Sherry- Drapers- ecc--ecc

for pricelist contact me in private:

[email protected]



BEST REGARDS,
enzo pirozzi



















 

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we are looking for people who can to collaborate whit us, who organize appointement whit new customers in london and other city!
thanks
regards
enzo pirozzi
 

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