Tailoring

Tailoring requires a level of technical demand for its patterns and their making, which is where we find the differential value of the piece. It is therefore essential to be surrounded by the best technical professionals, with more than 15 years of workshop experience and who have also gone through all the learning stages, which are many. This is the only way excellence is achieved.

"OTEYZA has the responsibility of creating a favorable universe, with its consequent line of pattern and suitable for the different artisan processes, so that the equation of quality, avant-garde and sustainability prevails once again"


  • Traditional tailoring
  • Semi-traditional tailoring
Traditional tailoring
Geometry, simplicity, and movement: these are the pillars on which our view of tailoring rests. Traditional tailoring is an art form encompassing the process of hand-making an entire garment. From sketching the pattern to cutting the fabric – the steps that trace the harmonic line of the piece in question – to placing the thousands of stitches that join the cloth to its wool, haircloth, linen, or cotton interlinings, everything will be done by hand. This process takes a minimum of two months starting with taking measurements, and will include an average of four fittings.

Pattern studio
We place considerable emphasis on the study, development, and improvement of patterns. To this end, we work with the best professionals in the field to provide a wide variety of authentic designs while remaining on the lookout for new fits. We may find our inspiration in garments from past centuries, or else in more contemporary styles. We elaborate unique patterns according to each customer’s measurements, but we can also create patterns from existing garments at no additional cost.

Fabrics
We work with the finest cloth manufacturers in the world and we have over 15,000 references. To cite a few examples, we use the best Italian lightweight wools and silks as well as English worsteds from the mills of Yorkshire, flannels from the west of England, and tweeds from the Borders, Yorkshire, the Highlands and the Isle of Harris, and County Donegal. We have the best vicuna in the world and an excellent cashmere. Furthermore, we are happy to work with fabrics provided by the client.
The semi-traditional approach to tailoring combines artisanal and mechanized techniques. The measurement process is based on a pre-defined pattern that is altered to reflect the client’s exact measurements. This delivers a personalized custom pattern that will be followed in the subsequent steps of cutting and sewing. The basic pattern we use comes from traditional tailoring (very elaborate and stylized) and it may also be modified to reflect the client’s preferences. The semi-traditional tailoring process has a minimum deadline of one month and includes such fittings as are necessary.

Pattern studio
We place considerable emphasis on the study, development, and improvement of patterns. To this end, we work with the best professionals in the field to provide a wide variety of authentic designs while remaining on the lookout for new fits. We may find our inspiration in garments from past centuries, or else in more contemporary styles. We elaborate unique patterns according to each customer’s measurements, but we can also create patterns from existing garments at no additional cost.

Fabrics
We work with the finest cloth manufacturers in the world and we have over 15,000 references. To cite a few examples, we use the best Italian lightweight wools and silks as well as English worsteds from the mills of Yorkshire, flannels from the west of England, and tweeds from the Borders, Yorkshire, the Highlands and the Isle of Harris, and County Donegal. We have the best vicuna in the world and an excellent cashmere. Furthermore, we are happy to work with fabrics provided by the client.

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