When I worked on Savile Row in London, we sent our cut cloth to be finished by the coat and trouser maker downstairs. Now I work in Nashville, and I send my cut fabric to be finished by my coat and trouser maker in Naples, Italy. 

The construction of a coat and trousers is done with painstaking care, thousands of hand stitches, and hours of pressing. My coat and trouser makers are able to accommodate any details you wish to specify in the fitting process.

Neapolitan tailoring has a rich tradition of soft, light construction, largely attributed to Vincenzo Attolini, a cutter in the early 1900s. Attolini admired the English tailoring, but learned to adapt it to the warmer climate and more casual atmosphere of Naples by removing the stiff layers of padding and interlining that English tailors built into their jackets.