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Not being tied into the paradigm of waste that is norm in fashion, we have the wonderful flexibility to offer unique and limited fabrications, as well as range of size customizations in many of our styles.
For example; if you are our standard size 4 but your hips are a size 6, in many styles we can adjust the fit for you.
Alternately, If you like a style you see on our site, and would like it a different leather than it’s offered in, we can source a leather just for you.
There is a additional charge for some of these options, but if you are within our standard size range, it is an excellent option to having a piece fully custom made.
Made-to-Order Pieces that have been altered from our standard sizes and leathers are final sale.
A piece of fine leather clothing should speak to, and of, the wearer.
It should be a piece you love, and will come back to year after year. It should be expected to last and transcend the seasonal expiration that is built into today’s exaggerated fashion cycle. The nature of leather is that of a second skin that will grow with you.
This is why our specialty is “Custom-Made” A.K.A. “Bespoke”. Where a one-of-a-kind garment is created from start to finish for one specific individual.
The creation of a bespoke garment can also be a wonderfully collaborative process. Taking into account lifestyle, personal style and sartorial desires. The design can be as extravagant or as elegant as you’d like. Likewise the choice of leather, finishing and details.
Learn more about the Custom-Made process
Because each and every custom commission is completely unique and one-of-a-kind, we are unable to provide a standardized price list. Both the type and amount leather required as well as the time and labor involved in individually sourcing, making the pattern, the muslins, personal fittings, final construction and other details, like hand work or hardware choices, all affect the price of a custom commissioned garment. We can provide this short and basic guideline based on average styles in our most popular fabrications:
Usually while discussing with the client their needs and desires, the design becomes well laid out via reference materials and simple hand sketches, and the fine tuning of various details happens during the muslin fittings stage.
A selection of 2-3 simple sketches are always included.
Sometimes a client cannot make up their mind on various details and may required more than a simple hand sketch to clarify.
We can provide highly detailed, full color renderings for an additional charge of $175. per design and an additional $95. per variation on any commissions under $7500.
2-3 detailed color renderings of designs and/or variations are included on commissions of $7500 or more.
If your visit is short we recommend facilitating the custom-made process with initial consult via phone and email, and working with a tailor to take the measurements we need, so that we may prepare your initial fitting garment in advance of your visit. We can also work via the mail, email and phone.
If you are in the city for a week or more, and depending on the project, we can often schedule both the initial consult and first fitting into that window.
Long distance Custom-Made takes a little longer, but the results are the same. Completion time varies as it’s dependent on combined scheduling and mail services.
Learn more about the Custom-Made process here
Any changes to Client specifications that were approved during the fitting the process are billed at our hourly rate.
We charge 65$PH for alterations and repairs on our own work and 85$PH on outside work.
We haven’t had to repair much of our own work over the years, but if you damage your Custom-Made garment, it is more than likely we can repair it.
If you have a leather garment that is not ours & needs repair, we’ll usually request request photos first, so we may to let you know what we can do and what type of outcome you can expect. Some repairs may require additional materials and time cost.
For those issues that we cannot address we will always try to refer you to another expert.
Please visit our B2B page for more info