Private Tailoring [‘praivet ‘teil rin]

I Coming from the language of Shakespeare, born during the 18h century at Savile Row, London, reinvented by Scabal in 2009.

II Points out an exclusive service of made to measure suits devoted to serving the most demanding customers.

III Characterizes a confidential relationship between a gentleman and his tailor during their encounters in the private surroundings, at the office or at the tailor's salon.

IV A unique experience to live and recommend in the strictest discretion.