Masciangelo Goes Where Few Clothiers Have Gone Before…Women’s Wear

TORONTO (November 13, 2013) — After experiencing a great demand from female clients, Masciangelo Design Inc. celebrates the official launch of their bespoke women’s line with the debut of their much-anticipated women’s lookbook via

With years of experience in custom-wear coursing through his veins, the nephew and former president of Lou Myles, Matthew Masciangelo addresses the scarcity of bespoke services available to women with his new women’s line.

“Very few, if any at all, specialize in women’s bespoke services. People commonly associate bespoke as a service specifically reserved for men, but that’s not true. Women have even more alterations to consider than men, making it crucial for them to seek the services of a bespoke clothier; as of today Masciangelo Design Inc. will be that clothier” Matthew Masciangelo, CEO and Lead Designer.

Because Masciangelo is a custom clothier, the possibilities for different styles are limitless. The women’s lookbook will showcase a few of these possibilities with exclusive fabrics handpicked from the world’s finest mills in Italy and England and the subtle, yet intriguing details that come with the tradition of custom bespoke attire.

women's custom bespoke suit

About Masciangelo Design Inc.

Masciangelo Design Inc. is a cutting edge clothier that designs exclusive custom wardrobes or single pieces for the titans of all industries. In the tradition of bespoke tailoring, our clothing is handmade and tailored in Canada with the finest attention to detail from an exclusive collection of limited-edition fabrics from the finest mills on the planet. The garments are custom-made to exacting measurements providing a flawless fit for the modern individual.



For more information:

Krysta West, Public Relations & Social Media, or 647-534-9378.

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