A Suit That Fits completes takeover of Sartoriani

Formalwear etailer set to expand stock and customer base


High-end formalwear etailer A Suit That Fits has announced the formal takeover of Sartoriani, a Savile Row tailor which specialises in suits and tuxedoes.

Launched in 2006 by Warren Bennett & David Hathiramani, A Suit That Fits provides custom made tailored suits, which can be fitted and ordered online or in one of its studios.

A Suit That Fits has controlled Sartoriani’s stock and orders since January, when the company went into liquidation. It has now assumed control of Sartoriani’s intellectual property, customer database, distribution network, fixtures and fittings.

Before going into liquidation, Sartoriani enjoyed a steady stream of customers and an international profile, with offices in New York and Los Angeles. Its acquisition is a major boost to A Suit That Fits, which celebrates its fifth birthday year.

Having recently completed its 40,000th order, A Suit That Fits runs 11 permanent branches and 19 TailorStops across the UK, in addition to its online presence.

The company has recently launched a casual tailored jacket and an iPod tunnel for the inner lining of its clothing, as it continues to expand its product range.

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