Messori Bespoke. Cut to fit you! is the viral campaign consisting of some videos that explain to the public the differences between bespoke and a ready-to-wear clothing.
Gianmarco Messori describes the look of the actor Johnny Deep, suggesting some sartorial dress corrections.
Video dedicated to the tight, the men's garment par excellence. In this first video the tailor Gianmarco Messori describes the tuxedo by offering style tips and suggesting matching styles.
Video describing another male dress of excellence, the tight.
Gianmarco Messori explains how the small details form the made to measure garment, especially in this video describes the tailored jacket.
New video on the sartorial details about a garment tailored from one end ready-to-wear, today the pocket sewn on a tailored jacket.
Gianmarco Messori explains the "rever", another component of the male, which can be made on your tailored jacket in different ways.
Gianmarco Messori explains the different possibilities in creating tailored shoulders of his jacket.
Gianmarco Messori explains the bow tie, a symbol of elegance in men's fashion.
A new appointment on tailoring BESPOKE #10 Cut To Fit You. Gianmarco Messori explains another men's fashion accessory, the braces.
New appointment on tailoring BESPOKE #11 Cut To Fit You. Gianmarco Messori explains the best yarn to be used in the construction of a wool suit.
Gianmarco Messori talks about one of the fabrics with he make a custom-made dress, it's the natural fiber of Merino's wool derived from Merino sheep bred in Australia.
Gianmarco Messori in the new video on tailoring BESPOKE # 13 Cut To Fit You, explains the Super, the measurement units of average fiber diameter.
In this new video, Gianmarco Messori describes history and characteristics of Prince of Wales the fabric.
In this new video, Gianmarco Messori suggests how to wear a dress in Prince of Wales the fabric.
In this new video, Gianmarco Messori describes the pinstriped pattern: he talks about the types of this fabric and explains how to wear it.
In this new video, Gianmarco Messori describes the Dandy style: he talks about the features of this style and the representative clothes.