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These High-Flying Thrills Will Bring You Chills - Get Ready for a Weekend of High-Octane Stunts and Fun for the Whole Family at the Alberta International Airshow!

The Alberta International Airshow is set to feature an exciting array of military and private aircraft, promising to thrill aviation enthusiasts across Alberta and beyond.

Let’s make some unforgettable memories at the Alberta International Airshow!

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Step 3: Final Fitting & Delivery

As many as 70 hours are dedicated to each garment, which is entirely handmade, over a period of 8 to 10 weeks for a men’s custom suit, after which you’ll receive your S.M Bespoke commission.

Once your garments are ready, we will meet to evaluate the final fit, determine if any adjustments are needed, and to answer any additional questions you may have.

Our service doesn’t end at delivery. We check in with you a few weeks later and we’re here to provide further pressings and dry cleaning, as well as help with stain removal or further alterations.

Step 2: Basted Fitting

This step is a crucial in the bespoke pattern making process. After taking your initial measurements, we draft your unique pattern and make your garment that is “basted” together, meaning the pieces have been loosely sewn so it can be easily taken apart and re-adjusted to your body.

Once the fitting is complete we revise your pattern, as needed, before re-cutting the fabric to finish your garment.

The basted process enables us to make fit corrections that may not otherwise be possible on a finished suit.

Step 1: Consultation

When you first come in, we’ll start by asking a few questions to understand what you are looking for in terms of style and fit.

We will then help you choose from our wide range of fabrics to create your next custom suit, sport coat, trousers, shirts, or other garments.

We will then do upwards of 50 individual body measurements to assess your posture and look to accentuate your best features. We think three dimensionally when cutting your cloth to create the most flattering garments.