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Hackett launches British personal tailoring in India
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Oct '13
Hackett London is the epitome of quintessential British style. The menswear brand, which came into existence in 1979, creates designs that blend heritage with modernity.

Whether it is impeccable tailoring, casualwear, performance wear or accessories, Hackett is a one-stop shop for all modern gentlemen regardless of their sartorial needs.

For the first time ever, Hackett brings to the Indian market its exclusive Personal Tailoring service. Hackett Personal Tailoring Manager, Mr. Graham Simpkins will be visiting Hackett stores in Delhi, Bangalore & Chandigarh to provide the service to men here.

Through this service, Hackett will provide customers with its finest ready to order procedures and combine them with the flexibility of creating customized garments with ready to wear blocks.

The classic British Personal Tailoring Service enables customers to have suits, jackets, trousers, waistcoats and eveningwear made to an individual’s specifications in the cloths that suit their taste and needs. Special requirements such as extra pockets and linings can also be tailored to an individual’s wishes.

The Hackett Personal Tailoring service is extremely superior as most of the work is done traditionally by hand which brings more life to the garment and ensures that it retains its original shape for a longer time.

Offering both English and Italian styles to its customers, Hackett offers the widest range of selection in Ceremonial wear. Complete customization allows a customer to select collar cuffs and initials in shirts.

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