Throughout history, men’s clothing and men’s suits in particular have always been more advanced than the female counterpart has.
Because it has always pointed to social change in the image of the provider, the warrior, the political and the religious, men’s suits have always been the textile and formal technological advances platform.
While women’s clothing has always had a theatrical visual appeal it is menswear, including the informal versions that have actually determined the standard of dressing.
Composed of a variety of jackets, pants, shirts, vests and ties, men’s suits constitutes what we know as tailoring.
Initially related to the craft and tradition of tailors, men’s suits were aggregated a value of luxury and refinement, a value that has become the largest in the contemporary male culture. In response to this, the technological advances in the clothing industry were called upon to participate in the preservation of good-looking men suits.
Elected the agent of the beauty, of strength and positive sexuality of the urban man, the men’s suit was introduced to tailoring within the rules of fashion design.It carries the same values of sensuality and power.