Looks interesting! How is tailoring (sewing that men do) different from sewing that women do? I am trying to understand the "dying art" comment in the trailer.
In my experience, tailoring for men is much more rule-based, made to last longer, and considerably more structure and shaping on the inside of the garment. I would say that a man's suit is "sculpted" in a way that suits for women often aren't. I say this having worked for Giorgio Armani and Loro Piana in my professional life, and having seen what the tailors put into making some of these suits firsthand. Done at a very high level, mastery of this craft is a lifelong pursuit, and there aren't may people entering the profession nowadays, and fewer customers willing to pay the prices they command, too.
I love how they do all this beautiful work while impeccably dressed.
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