European cuts and styles to the modern Canadian Man

When Giovanni Vacca first emigrated to Canada and more specifically to Montreal in 1948, he had a goal of “bringing European cuts and styles to the modern Canadian Man.” In 1965 he finally got the opportunity to pursue his dream and never looked back as he opened up Giovanni Clothes on St Lawrence boulevard. Giovanni has over the years honed and perfected his craft and has been carefully hand-tailoring men’s suits throughout the years and is still coming up with modern, handcrafted, cutting-edge designs to this day.

The business has been incorporated into his family and everything is done with passion, care, and of course authentic material straight from Italy. A winning combination, they have kept to this ethos for over 50+ years of business and after fashioning 80,000+ suits have attracted some big stars over the years as their go-to tailor in Montreal for whatever the occasion may be.

Remaining relevant in the fashion industry is hard enough and with over 50 years of business, it is all about recognizing the trends and executing them with precision. This is why and how Giovannis continues to serve not only celebrities but regular Canadians and Montrealers as these affordable tailor-made suits are really made for the people by the people.

 

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Green three piece suit made with Marzoni fabric. 💚

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Coming back to his dream and roots he wanted to bring the quality, styles, and fashion of Italy to the average Canadian man and this hasn’t changed today. Bring a little bit of Italy to your wardrobe and get yourself a top-quality fitted suit for an incredibly reasonable price and be greeted and treated by a five-star service by one of Montreal’s classic and finest tailors in town.

 

Still aren’t convinced? Check out their Instagram @giovanniclothes and let the suits speak for themselves or If you want to know more or to reach out visit their website at https://giovanniclothes.com/

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