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New Ermenegildo Zegna Atelier Opens in Milan

It has been approximately 40 years since Ermenegildo Zegna started their made-to-measure suiting offerings, but until now the Italian luxury fashion house has never created such an preeminent and extensive bespoke wardrobe as they do today.  Just recently opening a new atelier in Milan, Ermenegildo Zegna will be offering everything from bespoke suiting to sportswear, as well as an assortment of knitwear, footwear, and leather pieces.

Ermenegildo Zegna’s new atelier, which is located on the top floor of the Zegna building on via Montenapoleone and is only accessible through a private entrance, brings together the perfect bespoke experience for those visiting Milan.  The 1,152 square-foot space gives customers an elegant yet minimalistic impression, complete with Harry Bertoia chairs as well as Fontana Arte lamps, which adds an inclusive Milanese allure.

New Ermenegildo Zegna Atelier Opens in Milan

Regardless of whether its the day of your first introduction or your final fitting date, each visitation to the new Zegna atelier delivers exceptional service in order to give their clients the most out of every appointment.  Clients are given a broad selection of materials and fabrics to create their ideal garment the exact way they had envisioned it to look.

The new atelier introduces fabrics supplied by Ermenegildo Zegna’s very own factories in Trivero, Italy.  Garments from Zegna’s new Milan location include suits, jackets, and overcoats that can be preferred in over 900 different fabrics, as well as more than 230 distinctive fabrics for shirts.  However no matter what kind of garment is chosen, the entire process will still take nearly three months and four separate appointments to perfectly design and fit it to suit both your physique and personal style impeccably.

As for those unable to make the trip to Milan, no need to worry because Zegna’s master tailor is anticipated to journey internationally; providing clients made-to-measure appointments all across the globe.

Photos courtesy of Ermenegildo Zegna

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