SARTORIALE® was described by Nick Sullivan in Esquire's Big Black Book as, "the first stop online for quality vintage tailored clothing".
The brand name 'SARTORIALE' in Italian means tailor or tailoring house. The word, Sartoriale evokes tradition, skill and elegance: these elements are the essence of all of our handmade bespoke menswear items that you can buy online at Sartoriale.com.
SARTORIALE® launched its online shop in the year 2000 and is based in New York. Our owner, Gabor Halmos, sourced bespoke items from wealthy consignors, prestigious businessmen and high-profile lawyers. Shortly afterwards, we began sourcing top-quality blazers from Italian fashion houses such as Kiton, Rubinacci, Cesare Attolini, Brioni, Isaia, Sartoria Partenopea and Caruso.
SARTORIALE quickly upheld a grand reputation for premium garments and led the field in online exclusive men's tailoring and still continues to do so.
17 years later, our principles have far from changed, only adding exceptional finds to our range which we know will satisfy customers needs to a higher degree.This is done personally by Gabor, who frequently travels to Europe to meet artisan friends like Luca and Mariano Rubinacci and Gennaro Annunziata of Sartoria Chiaia to discuss and examine their bespoke pieces which are provided exclusively by SARTORIALE™.
Gabor also introduced premium Hungarian shoe-maker, Laszlo Vass to the U.S. market in the prestigious American retailers, Bergdorf Goodman in New York and in Louis Boston. Today, a wide range of Vass shoes are available in our online store, alongside a superb collection of the best handmade shoes in the world.
We are immensely proud to offer the highest quality bespoke clothing from Anderson & Sheppard of London's Savile Row, and Rubinacci's London House, alongside luxury labels from Italy, France, and throughout Europe (Dior, Balenciaga, Balmain, Gucci and Tom Ford) in both vintage and the most contemporary brands of the 21st Century.
This carefully selected collection includes one-of-a-kind pieces that regularly attract collectors, as many of these items will never be seen again.