One of the things that people get wrong all the time is the distinction and meaning of the terms Ready to Wear, Off the Rack, Made to Order, Made to Measure, and Bespoke. Therefore, I decided to create a guide that clearly explains what these terms mean, how they are (ab)used and what you need to know, so you don’t get fooled when you buy clothing.
Traditionally, custom or bespoke sunglasses were something reserved for very wealthy individuals who have no problem with spending several thousand dollars on a unique pair of glasses or sunglasses in the material of their choice. Read more
A little over a year ago, my wife and I moved to a new home built in 1916, and the rooms often have tiny or sometimes oddly shaped closets. With two wardrobes to accommodate, Read more
A few months ago, I was offered a suit by Indochino for review. As a consequence, I decided to create a series on “custom” suits which will be published in the following weeks. Read more