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BESPOKE TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS

 

TIMELESS SUITS

BREAKING gender & CULTURAL NORMS

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SHIRTS & SHIRTDRESSES

TO MATCH SUIT (OR NOT)

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SUITS THAT TRANSEND

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THERE IS NOTHING SEXIER THAN A WELL-FIT GARMENT

 
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FINE MATERIALS

Made with the finest sustainable materials, these suits last a lifetime. Wool is milled with natural spring water to eliminate chemical run-off. And fabric is spun with the longest filaments for increased strength and no pilling.  

CUTTING & WORKMANSHIP

Susana has experience with making patterns for all sorts of needs, including those of circus acrobats, dancers, opera singers, and actors. From initial measurements to finishing touches, your garment will be made by Susana's accomplished hands.  

CUSTOM FITTING

Susana's training with a seasoned Neapolitan tailor, in addition to her knowledge of classical North American pattern-making, has given her multiple perspectives to draw on in order to best fit your body.

HANDWORK

Bespoke garments carry the spirit of the artisan. Hands hold the curves of the waistband and the collar. Fingers gather and shape the fabric as the needle manoeuvres between fibres. Spit adds grip.

 
 
 

MIRACLE FROM OUT OF THE BLUE

 
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CHOOSING A STYLE

a modern take on classic Styles

  • double breasted

  • single breasted

  • suits inspired by all lifetimes

  • my own concept

 
 

MADE BY HAND IN

MONTREAL

 

NATURALLY ETHICAL

Susana works with only quality wool fabric. The suiting is made in Italy and England, through a traditional, ecologically-sound process, by professional designers and manufacturers.

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Thanks again for the pants. They feel like pyjamas in the best possible way.
— Chris Kline
I have a 4-piece suit, plus another vest and skirt that were skillfully made by Susana. Her craftsmanship and attention to detail are impeccable. She has also been a great resource of information regarding Antebellum Era clothing for a period drama in development. So inspired by her work!
— Paula Jean Hixon