At Loro Piana factories, workers known as menders use tweezers to pick out small impurities from fabric. Only two flaws per 50-meter piece are allowed, below the industry standard of five flaws. (from a Wall Street Journal article about the company.)
A suit is more than the design, it begins with the fabric. And when it begins with Loro Piana fabric, you’ve begun with one of the finest in the world, some might call it uncompromised luxury, and beginning today, Cyber Monday, we’re offering a thank you for being our customer special price on a suit made from Super 120’s Loro Piana fabric, woven in their factory in Quorna.
Call to set an appointment for this week — November 28 – December 2, 2011 — and Leviner Wood will custom tailor a suit of the gray color stripe Loro Piana fabric for an unbelievable $795 (regularly $1095). After Friday, the fabric reverts to its regular price, so call now to reserve your cloth!