ModaMatters Launches Bespoke Concierge Service With Their Blue Label Line
ModaMatters, the custom menswear brand featured in our December 2017 issue, has recently announced the formal launch of a full-service concierge made-to-measure clothing service catered to high net-worth individuals who require private and dedicated service due to their busy schedules.
The bespoke concierge service will provide clients with access to their Blue Label line of Italian-made suiting, shirting, and accessories personally-fitted using top quality fabrics such as Zegna, Piacenza and Cerrutti, among others. ModaMatters’ Blue Label line of suiting is soft and unstructured in the Neapolitan style of relaxed but stylish.
A client is able to book an appointment with ModaMatters in any city in the world. A ModaMatters stylist will come to the hotel or office of the client’s choosing; bringing with him several hundred fabrics to allow the customer to design a beautiful garment of their choosing.
The bespoke service offers perks such as 24/7 contact and guaranteed 72-hour appointment availability anywhere in the world, satisfying the needs of high-level executives and businessmen that travel too often to shop.
“When shopping for custom clothing, a client’s wants or needs vary dramatically according to their individual taste but the one thing that every client wants is excellent service,” declares Francesco Reale, Founder of ModaMatters. “We’ve accumulated many VIP contacts, ranging from the best attorneys in New York to celebrities and athletes. We’ve consistently curated beautifully unique and exclusive fabrics for our clients and feel that there is no better time than now to give clients the ability to arrange this service when their time permits at the location of their choice.”
Reimagining the process for custom clothing, ModaMatters allows a man to create something that fits perfectly and reflects their true character down to the last thread. And let’s face it: nobody does style or art quite like the Italians.
To learn more visit modamatters.com. Photography by David Bara.
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