About Us

di Stefano Suits provides the finest Custom Suits and Shirts Italy has to offer. Simple elegance and quality is the cornerstone of di Stefano Suits.

Founded in 1998, di Stefano Sartoria Italiana (Italian Custom Tailoring) represents generations of skilled craftsmen that have perfected their skills to a level that the words “Made In Italy” stand for – the ultimate in quality.

For many years Italian Fashion Group has set a benchmark for the highest standards in hand tailored custom suits. For the discriminating suit buyer who will recognize and appreciate the finest fabrics Italy and Britain have to offer, we are pleased to bring our many generations of experience to the shores of America.

Our dedication to details, such as sewing the sleeve lining to the armholes by hand for a more comfortable fit; using natural fiber threads, Bemberg lining, and the finest interfacing materials such as horse hair, pure cotton and wool fibers, which are the underlying materials used to create the framework for the quality suit.

While other major companies still use pre-measured suits to determine changes needed to fit a customer, di Stefano has developed a system of body measurements and posture details of an individual from which a pattern is created. Clothing is made with exact specifications and style, creating a garment which fits each individual to his personal style and fit.

Suits, Sport jackets, Slacks, Topcoats and Formal wear all custom hand tailored to exact measurements from the cloth made by the most prestigious Italian and European mills.

Particular attention is given to di Stefano suits in all phases of their design and tailoring. All suits are individually designed and examined in order to guarantee long-lasting, high quality performance and desired fit.

Cloth by Ermenegildo Zenga, Cloth by Lora Piana

Awards

Best Tux at Golden Globes 2009. Simon Baker pictured in a di Stefano Suit as one of the top 25 Best Dressed on TV published by GQ Magazine.

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