CONFIGURE YOUR OWN
This tuxedo stands for our new project, the MTO configurator. Order your size and we will deliver your personal part in approx. 6-8 weeks. If you specify the length of the sleeve and the length of the trousers, you are ready for your evening performance.
The fabric for this wonderfully light tuxedo by Orazio Luciano was created in the English weaving mill at Standeven. The twisted wool "Explorer", with its typical texture, creates a stylish appearance in a skilful gentleman look for a special occasion.
Wear this tuxedo with a shirt from Borriello or Finamore, a bow from Drake's or Cesare Attolini and a white linen pochette from Simonnot Godard. Perfectly combined with our Bowhill & Elliott smoking pump. Black or white suspenders by Albert Thurston complete a great sartorial outfit.
Pure handcraft with Neapolitan Sprezzatura!
- "San Carlo" tuxedo
- Material: 100% wool - 220gr. High twist merino wool from Standeven
- Color: Black
- Inner lining: 100% Bemberg viscose
- 1 button
- Revers "Pic Lapel" - silk lapel mirror
- Tucked-in shirt shoulder "Spalla Camicia"
- Flower loop
- Half-lined finish
- Two piped pockets - piping made of silk reps
- Two inside pockets
- Hand-embroidered buttonholes
- Double hand stitch on lapels and pockets
- Buttons covered with silk reps
- Sleeve length open
- Pants without pleat
- Waistband made of silk reps
- Front buttoned with pancerina
- Suspender buttons
- No back pockets
- Length open
- Foot width 19cm
Hand sewn in Naples
ABOUT ORAZIO LUCIANO
Orazio Luciano is known for his modern Neapolitan cut. An indescribably fit with typical wide lapels and without shoulder pads. A subtle and inserted should stands for the “Spalla Camicia”. A shirt shoulder that enables a very soft and round silhouette. Because of an extremely high armhole and the soft shoulder structure, the sports jacket operates like a second skin. From the cut to the final ironing, it takes far more than 30 hours to finish a single jacket, which is solely handcrafted by the tailors in the small manufactory of Orazio Luciano.