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Melbourne welcomes ‘The Bespoke Corner Tailors’ to the fashion capital

Melbourne is Australia’s fashion capital and our male influencers are at the forefront when it comes to bespoke tailoring, with increasing demand for custom made we are excited to have ‘The Bespoke Corner’ open in Melbourne’s South Yarra by founder Miles Wharton and Co-founder/ Master Tailor Rami Mikhael, who opened the first flagship store in Sydney’s Paddington in 2016.

The Bespoke Corner is synonymous with bespoke tailored suiting and meticulous attention to detail, after all this is an investment piece you will have in your closet for some years to come.

“While all of our custom suits embody the spirit of artisanal craftsmanship, we also understand the practicalities of budget and the gentleman’s desire to have suits across different price points for different purposes”

Having a custom made suit delivers a luxurious experience where you choose the fabric, style, fit and accessories guided along with the help of a professional tailor to have you looking your absolute best. Bespoke was once reserved for wealthy connoisseurs but over the decades custom tailoring has become the must have item with the likes of Italy’s most exciting fashion event ‘Pitti Uomo’ setting the bar for gentleman around the world to partake in the fine tailoring experience.

Ian Rios heads up the new Melbourne studio as State Manager, Ian has been custom making suits in New York City with some of the world’s most influential celebrities over the past decade before his recent arrival to Australia.

On Thursday 26th July the gentleman of Melbourne had the chance to celebrate the opening in style with fine wine, craft beers and canapes being served in the newly custom designed studio.

Photography by @martenascenzo

Thank you to the associated sponsors Mercedes Benz Toorak, Dormeuil, Stella Artois, Balvenie Whisky and Mad Associates – Watches by Nick Hooper


The Bespoke Corner plans to open more stores both in Australia and in Dubai.















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