Make the suit your own
Images / Gregory Barendregt, Text / Celia Marie Freiling
One might say the suit reached a point where it became the uniform of ordinariness. Well, that’s kind of true. When you take a look at the corporate world, it suddenly seems like everybody got cloned – people look the same and nobody’s individual; personalities are flattened down by uniformity.
But instead of being limited by this ordinariness, we believe that suits, no matter how boring they seem, are like a blank canvas. They give endless possibilities to be dressed up or down. A necklace, a bra on top of a white shirt or a mismatching tie – details that make us stand out of the crowd and show who we really are.
They say: Suits make the man. Garment says: Make the suit your own.