Sydney favourite The Bespoke Corner Tailors are opening up shop in Melbourne

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By Natasha Lee 09/04/2018

Mark Twain once said ‘Clothes make a man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.’ Perhaps then, there has been no better time than for Melbourne-based men to embrace this idiom with Sydney’s The Bespoke Corner Tailors preparing to launch a Melbourne showroom later this year.

In 2017 the brand, created by Miles Wharton and Rami Mikhael became the first tailors in the world to collaborate with Rolls-Royce releasing two limited edition tuxedos – of which only 30 versions were made.

With over 18 years’ experience in tailoring, The Bespoke Corner Tailors utilises fabrics such as vicuna and alpaca cloth, and pride themselves on creating a level of exclusiveness for each customer by never selling the same fabric cloths within close networks.

For the time poor, The Bespoke Corner Tailors also offer a private driving service – which ferries customers to-and-from their showrooms for fittings.

Among the items offered at The Bespoke Corner Tailors include suits, tuxedos, shirts, chinos,
overcoats and even exotic wallets.

Prices range from $999.

For more information visit www.thebespokecorner.com

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