Experience the finest Florentine tailoring this Jun 2-3.

For those yearning to adopt the classic look of the impeccably dressed Italians and fashion influencers seen at Florence’s Pitti Uomo, Ari’s The Decorum has become Bangkok’s go-to spot.

Apart from distributing various high-end Japanese and Italian menswear labels, such as shirt label Kamakura, pleated trousers extraordinaire Igarashi Trousers, and artisanal ties and accessories by Kenji Kaga and Shibumi Firenze, The Decorum is also a hub of sartorial events and popups.

Next up in its roster of bespoke trunk shows is Sartoria Salabianca by Hojun Choi, a well-seasoned Florence-based tailor with over eight years' experience as a senior apprentice at two legendary tailors: Francesco Guida and Liverano & Liverano.

Choi’s work is heavily influenced by Florentine tailoring, with a focus on soft-constructed suit jackets, with strictly linen canvases and no domette or cotton padding. Other distinguishable characteristics include open quarters, no side darts and a curved gorge line, all of which results in a handsome-looking soft and contemporary jacket with rounded sloping shoulders.

All bespoke suits from Sartoria Salabianca are 100 percent handmade, with a minimum of two fittings required in order to guarantee perfection. Jackets start from B115,000, while two-piece suits start from B135,000.

The Sartoria Salabianca Bespoke Trunk Show will be held on Jun 2-3 at The Decorum, Ari Samphan Soi 5, 086-533-5255. Open daily 12-8pm.

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