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The Full Canvas option extends further down the jacket’s front, adding additional structure and weight, allowing the jacket to mould more accurately to your shape with a superior drape. In short, a Full Canvas suit will fit better than any other option.

Canvas also has the advantage of improving the durability of a jacket by distributing tension from stress points (such as the elbows and shoulders) and helps it cope with the rigours of dry cleaning, and of course this is even more relevant on a Full Canvas suit as there’s more canvas to provide the added durability.

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OUR SIGNATURE HAND SEWN LAPEL BUTTONHOLE

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This style frequently features a minimal amount of padding with a sleeve head which still provides a bit of structure and theoretically follows the natural line of the body’s shoulder

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OUR HOUSE STYLE NATURAL SHOULDER

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Traditionally, men’s suits were constructed with a layer of horsehair canvas underneath the wool fabric shell. This canvas holds the shape of the suit and keeps it from sagging or deforming, much like the foundation of a house keeps it upright. The canvas is cut to the jacket’s shape, then the wool is stitched to the canvas. Over time, as you wear the jacket, the canvas conforms to your body’s shape, creating an excellent fit.

Our horsehair canvas is provided by the British brand. This canvas is extremely elastic and keeps the suit in shape. Also, the weight is also very light, you don't feel tired after wearing it all day long.