Throughout March, fashion destination and staple of the Australian scene Harrolds hosted a made-to-measure showcase of luxury international labels from exclusive partners including Thom Browne, Lardini, Artioli and Tom Ford.
During the showcase, Lardini Brand Ambassador Alessio Lardini travelled down under to establish a permanent Lardini shop-in-shop in Harrolds’ Sydney and Melbourne flagship stores. Lardini held an exclusive launch party for its new Australian home and Man of Many founders Frank Arthur and Scott Purcell were in attendance. You can find highlights from the big night below.
While the international tailoring showcase has come to an end, the Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney Harrolds’ stores are also home to the latest collections from the world-renowned fashion houses, often as the exclusive Australian retailer.
Those who made it to Harrolds during March could have Tom Ford’s master tailor Mr Luca Gervasi personally custom fit clothing with limited edition fabrics made exclusive for this event. New York-based designer Thom Browne had master tailors available, offering men the choice of 200 quality internationally sourced fabrics, 50 of which are an exclusive first offering. To top it off, Italian footwear craftsman Artioli had a wide range of leather products made-to-order to complement the tailored suits.
Harrolds Managing Director Ross Poulakis was ecstatic about the international showcase. He said “Harrolds is thrilled to host such incredible international designers and offer our customers a truly one of a kind experience to get a made-to-measure tailored suit by some of the industry’s very best.”
You can find the latest styles from Thom Browne, Lardini, Artioli and Tom Ford in-store at Harrolds’ and online via the link below.