Dolce & Gabbana has entered the realm of bespoke tailoring with the new 'Alta Sartoria' service. Inspired by his father's legacy as a master tailor, Domenico Dolce, who stitched together his first pair of trousers at the tender age of six, has always exhibited a special interest in the sartorial arts, and this new line, whose name translates to 'high tailoring' is testament to that. "We are doing Alta Sartoria just for the love of Italian tradition," Dolce said. 

The premise of the line, say Dolce & Gabbana, is to provide the ultimate craftsmanship delivered through ease, functionality, and emphasised above all – simplicity. For that is the Italian way. Layered on top of this foundation is the fashion flair that allows everything in the collection to be customised, right down to button details, linings, thread colour and accessories. This is Dolce & Gabbana after all...

Dolce & Gabbana's Milan flagship atelier is currently the only place offering the bespoke tailoring service but there are plans to open up to the New York Flagship store by autumn. 

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