Premium fabric and tasteful buttons adorn you while a sharp cut with impeccably fitted arm and leg cuffs makes your every movement a delight. Revel in the knowledge that you are wearing a one-of-a-kind garment whose design you have had a hand in and that suits you to perfection. Wearing clothing that fits you ‒ and only you ‒ never ceases to make you feel special. At JJRamz we call this electrifying sensation „made-to-measure in Berlin“.
Als Teil unserer Maßkonfektion kreieren wir Einzelstücke speziell nach Deinen Wünschen. Imagine you are interested in acquiring a certain piece of clothing from the JJRamz ready-to-wear collection. However, you would prefer to modify it according to your personal taste ‒ for instance by varying its cut, lining, fabric colour or other design elements? We gladly guide you through this made-to-measure process. At our JJRamz tailor shop in Berlin we take several tried and tested steps to find a superb fit for your individual measurements.
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JJRamz made-to-measure clothing combines design „Made in Germany“ with British craftsmanship and the finest Italian fabrics. Apart from an excellent cut, we pay particular attention to high-quality materials and sustainable production according to superior standards.
Originally, tailors were craftsmen who fabricated custom-made, padded linen undergarments. These were worn by noblemen underneath their chain mail to prevent unwanted chafing. Over time, the role of the tailor in British society became so important that King Henry I. granted his favourite tailors royal rights and privileges around 1100.
Over the following centuries, tailoring continued to develop. Tailors used their skills to refine the aristocratic garments of their respective period, making each garment better, more elegant, and more appealing. Respected by royalty, they were considered to be important figures who performed an honourable task for the good of their nation.
In the 18th century, the famous London shopping street Saville Row was founded. Here, specialised hatters, glove makers, and tailors continued the proud tradition of custom tailoring by dressing the upper classes in the finest fabrics woven exclusively for them.
With the French Revolution came a noticeable change in the world of fine apparel and, respectively, its emphasis shifted. The demand for made-to-measure clothing no longer focused on the nobility and instead aimed at high-ranking military officers.
Throughout this period, tailors remained among the highly respected members of society. Subsequently, they began to establish large tailor shops full of dressmakers and hired tailors. Rather than making bespoke garments, they now fashioned them according to the style and fit of their respective master tailors. Made-to-measure clothing was born.
By means of the made-to-measure process, they produced custom suits, jackets, made-to-measure shirts and blouses, tailored coats and trouser suits. Each of them was based on refined patterns and featured a unique cut. Around the same time, the made-to-measure trend spread to Berlin and other European cities.
Beginning in the 19th century, as industrialisation progressed, certain processes were automated. This was particularly necessary in the field of tailoring. Manual production was no longer able to meet the constantly increasing demand for made-to-measure clothing.
They also clothed financiers, celebrities, and other public figures. As a result, made-to-measure clothing became more and more integrated into social life in Berlin and throughout the world.
Modern manufacturing techniques have brought custom clothing as a whole to the attention of the masses. However, made-to-measure in Berlin has remained a distinct symbol of quality and craftsmanship to this day.