The Bespoke Club specialises in bespoke suits and shirts. Club patrons have complete governance over style, cut and materials, with access to more than 5000 European fine fabrics, haberdashery and accessories.
It takes up to 50 hours of manual work to create a bespoke garment. Rolling the lapel, felling the collar, setting the canvas and sewing the buttons are all done by hand at The Bespoke Club. Its new store offers the style of a Savile Row boutique, and includes a personal shopping suite for privacy and discretion.
However, clients do not need to visit the store – The Bespoke Club offers a personalised tailoring service at the client’s home or office.
A range of packages is available, and there are special rates for corporate partners. Also available at The Bespoke Club are accessories, leather goods and custom-made shoes.
Meanwhile, at the opening party, brand ambassador Srikant Ramaswami gave the opening speech on the essence of bespoke, while Buro 24/7 Singapore editor Norman Tan gave a presentation on the art of fine tailoring. As guests mingled over canapés, wine and champagne, Tan hosted a tie-a-bowtie competition with prizes for participants.
Reflecting the colours of the brand, the venue was dressed in blue and white.