Robb Report films our tailors at work, Watch what goes into making a bespoke jacket.

Hello friends. We were honored to have Robb Report Singapore visit our atelier recently to document the process of handcrafting a Kevin Seah Bespoke sports coat. A nine-page photo essay (images from which can be seen here) appeared in the October ‘Bespoke’ issue of the magazine, and a video that was shot simultaneously has just gone live online.

[Our artisans at work. Click the image or here to watch the video. Photo (c) Robb Report Singapore.]

In the five-minute clip, I explain how we consult at length with our clients to devise and design unique garments that will suit their lifestyle and environs, keeping them looking elegant while feeling comfortable. The video also takes a close look at the work — more than 70 hours’ worth! — that goes into cutting, canvassing, handstitching and constructing one of our bespoke jackets.
Please take a few moments to view the video. I hope that it will give our current clients and those considering commissioning a Kevin Seah Bespoke suit a greater understanding and appreciation of the process involved in creating a perfectly fitted bespoke garment.
We welcome you to visit and enjoy the Kevin Seah Bespoke experience for yourself — or why not drop in to try some of our new ready-to-wear clothing?
See you soon.

The Robb Report Singapore photo essay can be viewed in full here. Thank you to Vanessa Caitlin and Hazirah Rahim for making such beautiful photographs, and to Robb publisher Michael Von Schlippe and his team for the humbling feature. We are so grateful for the support.