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Sebastien Grey, the local brand known for premier custom clothing, has introduced the intricate handmade garment to their collection for Spring 2012. Focused on twenty five key details such as full canvas horsehair construction, hand pick stitching, hand sewn button holes, and hand basted lapels these garments reflect an overall quality that can be clearly seen and felt next to suits by comparable brands. They highlight the company’s Spring collection which offers the finest styles and fabrics in lightweight suits, outer wear, shirts, socks, ties, pocket squares, and cufflinks.
“We take pride in offering our customers the finest quality product out there,” says Sebastien Grey partner Josh Kercher. He goes on, “The creation of all of the details found within the handmade garments demand a great deal of time, passion, dedication and craftsmanship. Our handmade garment was developed for true connoisseurs with a passion for the product and an eye for refined details. “
· Sebastien Grey [Official Site]