Generic dressing is for the masses.
Bespoke is for the individual.
Precisely what’s bespoke we hear you ask?
First, let’s define what bespoke isn’t. Many believe made-to-measure is bespoke. It is not. Made-to-measure is simply altering a standard pattern to fit you. Some tailors refer to this as a stock special. It’s not much better than of the-rack. Top of the range off the rack covers you expensively, but it doesn’t cover you exclusively.
Whether it be a suit or a shirt, Bespoke is custom made for you. A totally unique pattern is created for you and you alone. Bijan will study the way you walk, the way you sit, how you stand. His decade of knowledge and Savile Row training will translate these observations into a pattern.
Bijan’s aim is to enhance your positive attributes and hide the negative ones. Bespoke makes you feel good and distances you from the masses. It is easy to see why bespoke clothing inspires envy.
Bijan has taught bespoke tailoring at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) for 5 years. Bespoke is a one semester elective for the Bachelor of Fashion design course. Bijan’s desire to keep alive this dying art form leads him to pass on his knowledge of bespoke tailoring.
It is Bijan’s desire to teach again after his retirement, so until then, please check the website for further notice.