Albeit brief period at Pascariello, Noriyuki had to return to Japan due to family matter.
He worked at Strasburgo’s House Tailor Lab in Minami Aoyama, Tokyo, which is a home to Japan’s best garment makerssuch as Yamagami Shirt. In 2017, Noriyuki moved on to set up his own atelier at Semba Building, which is particularly known as a home to classic menswear shops including Batak Tailor, and The Way Things Go Shoeshine Bar in Osaka.
The Made to Measure service is available all year round at the Decorum Bangkok.
In MTM, a customer tries on a sample based on the measurement, and then adapt it to his/her physique.
It is the best choice to experience the Raffaniello style for decent price, thanks to its well-designed pattern and meticulous sewing in Japan.
The staffs in The Decorum is specialised in measurement and Higashi san finally checks the fitting online, which firmly keeps the quality standard.
In bespoke, Higashi san creates the customer’s own pattern from scratch, translating the measured numbers(measuring points are even more than MTM’s), non-quantitative characteristics of his/her physique, and his/her preference.
His bespoke suits are sewed by Higashi san with the greatest attention to detail.
The first fitting or la prima prova, allows further fit.
The prestige option, “Senza Macchina“, or “Without sewing machine”, is also available. For Senza Macchina garments, 100% of the sewing processes is done by his hands, which sometimes astonishes European tailors.
Taka and O from The Decorum briefly introduce Sartoria Raffaniello (@sartoria_raffaniello) by Mr. Noriyuki Higashi, one of the most respectable tailors in Japan.Higashi San is coming to The Decorum for the Trunkshow on 30-31 Mar. 2019.Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.#indecorum #sartoriaraffaniello
Posted by The Decorum on Thursday, March 14, 2019