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Fashion 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit the Attire House Pop-Up

5 Reasons Why You Should Visit the Attire House Pop-Up

5 Reasons Why You Should Visit the Attire House Pop-Up
By Joanna Lam
June 14, 2016

The space in Central Building offers a personalised sartorial experience, grooming services and curated drinks for every male style connoisseur in the city


In an era when most men’s wardrobes are overloaded by T-shirts, denims and loafers, it’s all too common for us to overlook the legacy of sartorial craftsmanship.

Truth is – no matter what height or weight you are, it’s often challenging to find apparel that fits you perfectly. This is where tailoring comes in. Every discerning male style enthusiast should be fully aware of the big difference that topnotch tailoring and alterations make in a business suit.

Not only do they make your look even sharper, it also gives the suit that extra edge that will earn the right kind of attention.

Thanks to Brandon Chau and Roger Chan, the co-founders of Attire House, style-conscious gentlemen in the city can now enjoy distinctive sartorial experience, grooming service and curated drinks all under the same roof in the Attire House’s pop-up store in Central Building.

We round up all the reasons why you should drop by this bespoke space.

Meet and greet with craftsmen


Aside from their sartorial expertise, good tailors should also be able to advise you on what brings out the best of your silhouettes based on their knowledgeable insights in cut, fit and fabrics. Meet and connect with world-class craftsmen to arrange bespoke commissions, as well as explore a curated selection of brands of different parts of the world. 

Exquisite sartorial creations from worldwide


Gentlemen can get their hands on classic menswear from some of the topnotch tailors and artisans from London, Paris, Naples and Tokyo. Style-conscious men will be familiar with these esteemed names in the industry, including English stalwarts such as Turnbull and Asser, shirt-makers Finamore and Japanese shoemaker Chihiro Yamaguchi.

The décor


Thanks to the design of Japanese architect Jin Hidaka, visitors can immerse themselves in old-world charm inside the pop-up space, which is reminiscent of the traditional old-world ambience of a private club.

Bespoke trunk shows


Stay tuned for the truck shows will also be held regularly at the Attire House. Among other prestigious houses, the great maestro Gennaro and his son Luigi Solito of Sartoria Solito, one of the most renowned bespoke sartoria from Naples will come to Hong Kong for the first time to take orders from customers. 

The barbershop


Match your tailor-made suits with a classic haircut and wet shaves among other grooming services, courtesy of the barbershop which is operated by the team from Gentlemen’s Tonic.

Attire House Pop-up

Date: From now until December 2016
Times: Monday - Saturday, 10:00am - 8:00pm, Sunday, 12:00pm - 6:00pm
Venue: G/F, Shop 28, Central Building, 1-3A Pedder Street, Central


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