As well as some other dapper menswear items.

It’s been roughly two years now since The Decorum, a soaring glass menswear store tucked down an Ari backstreet, began organizing its regular trunk shows from international tailors and classic menswear brands. This latest might be its biggest yet.

From Jul 14-15, Decorum founder Sirapol “Guy” Ridhiprasart is bringing a who’s who of East Asia menswear designers to Bangkok, who’ll be selling everything from ties to fully-canvassed, made-to-measure suits.

Headlining the event is Japanese tailor Noriyuki Higashi of the brand Sarto Domenica. Noriyuki is part of a new generation of Japanese tailors who have turned to Naples, Italy, to learn the art of classic menswear (as featured in this Wall Street Journal article).

While the B39,500 price of entry for one of Noriyuki’s made-to-measure suits might not seem cheap by Bangkok standards, it represents a giant step down from the price of fully bespoke Sarto Domenica suits, which in Osaka go for B120,000. (Read about the differences between made-to-measure and bespoke here.)

Also visiting from Osaka is shoe-shining expert Go Ishimi of the brand The Way Things Go, who promises to treat your dull brogues with the loving care of a five-star-spa skincare specialist. A shoe pampering treatment with Go will cost from B1,200.

Other brands at The Decorum from Jul 14-15 include Singapore’s LC.via menswear boutique, who will be offering Seven-Fold Firenze ties and Norman Vilalta leatherwear, and Chiang Mai vintage shoe specialist Rugged Supply.

The Decorum, Ari Samphan Soi 5, 086-533-5255. Open Mon-Fri 12:30-8pm; Sat-Sun 11am-8pm. (Call to make an appointment for Sarto Domenica suits)