The Details of a G. Inglese Shirt.
DeeR is pleased to work some very skilled artisans. Here is a closer look at some of the painstaking work that goes into a an G. Inglese shirt. It is definitely a labour of love.
1. The Collar is attached to the body of shirt by hand.
2. The shirring on the top of the armhole is called grinza. The sleeve is inserted into the armhole and attached by needle and thread.
3. The Placket or front of the shirt is folded and stitched to the rest of the shirt.
4. The bottom hem of the shirt is rolled and then stitched by hand.
5. The bottom of the seam of gusset is bartacked.
6. The buttonholes are neatly sewn by hand.
7. The gauntlet is reinforced with a hand stitched bartack.
G. Inglese Camicie. Fatto a Mano…
Handmade stitching of DeeR Suits.
1. Pockets and Side Seams. Button Fly.
2. Trouser Buttonholes
3. Crows Feet Stitched Buttons.
4. Sleeve Buttonholes
5. Turnups at Collar.
6. Lapel Buttonholes.
7. Shoulder Seam, Lapel Edging and Crown.
Suit and Shirts for ZRN.
The Suit Fabric is Holland & Sherry Crispaire.
Cordone handmade shirts.
1. The Shoulder Seam, handsewn
2. Side Seam & Gusset, Hand Sewn
3. Arm Seam - Handsewn
4. Bar tack on Gauntlet handsewn
5. Placket handsewn
6. Armhole - Handsewn with Grinza
7. Cuff handsewn with Grinza
8. Collar attached to the body by hand.
9. Thick Mother of pearl buttons - sewn and shanked by hand.
New Suit for P.E.A.E
Details: Tropical Navy Wool with Brown Horn Buttons. We ditched the belt loops for this one. Keeping it real.
The versatility of a French Blue Cotton Blazer Suit. Left the matching suit trouser in the closed and replaced them on this occassion with summer weight woollen trousers. Debating whether the pleats are deep enough. Those pleats look sharp.
Outfit all by DeeR with the exception of the Tie. Thats Borrelli via Richards & Richards, Brisbane.
New Camicia, G Inglese. Available at DeeR
Cucita a Mano
Pure Linen or is it Cotton or Cotton / Linen? Eitherway its beautiful.
Once again amazing Handwork, mother of pearl buttons and that Cervo collar. Cervo is Deer in Italian. A mere coincidence. Thank you Graziana and Angelo.