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From the (super dream) team.
Have you ever wanted to have your own suit made, to your specifications, measurements, style, colour, fit material and more, down to the finest detail?
Been reluctant to buy a 3k Dior suit when finding out it has to be tailored to fit you?
Wondered if you could get a full canvas bespoke suit that wasn’t made by an old man that isn’t flexible with new directional cuts or styles?
For-Tomorrow is joining forces with renowned designer Daniel Avakian, a first class honours graduate from Florence institution, The Accademia Italiana Arte Moda.
We are in the process of putting together an online step by step catalogue that will detail this exciting process from start to finish.
We have also acquired a Dormeuil account, which is one of the most preferred fabrics used by Savile Row suit aficionados and will be offering this along with other highest end fabrics on all suits.
Stay tuned for more details.
For-Tomorrow is branching into industrial furniture, anyone based in Australia(preferably Melbourne) with a background in architecture, interior design, photography, building, or just a passion for interesting furniture please get in contact with us.
We’re in the middle of ordering seasons right now and as summer 2010 has come to an end, a/w 2010 posts will start to filter through shortly. Stay tuned for some big news.
Have your say and tell us what you want on the F-T Online Store by voting inside.
Spring Summer 2009 blogs are coming to an end, one of the final upcoming posts is Chronicles Of Never. Autumn Winter 2010 posts will start shortly, which will also include a pre-ordering option. Customers registered with the store will be emailed out as soon as this becomes available.
For-Tomorrow will also be collaborating with a new group of directional guys opening up a private menswear gallery in Surry Hills which will include a bespoke suiting service and a range of very interesting Japanese labels.
Waxed Nubuck Leather.
Full black cupro lining.
YKK double way zips.
The lining is black, not navy.
One of our staff copped a V&V (Vincent and Vincent) strand collar bomber jacket with strap neck and raglan zip pockets. It’s made from sheep nappa with a vegetable tan and full oil finish.
For those who may not be familiar with Perth label V&V, check out our post back in Feb.
The RRP on this garment is $719 and he is willing to let it go for $500, completely unworn and brand new.
The size is a smallish 48, measurements as follows
Pit-Pit= 20 inches/51cm
Shoulder-Shoulder= 19 inches/48cm
For more info and purchasing, please contact: