A french brand who has made of the tuxedo his trademark
All started during the ’60 thanks a men’s tailor, Daniel Pallas and his wife, a womenswear designer. They founded the atelier Pallas in the 1970 and start to produce suits and grew famous for their trademark structures of shoulders and sleeves, a technique derived from men’s tailoring. The family-owned atelier has been behind the scene for decades developing artisanal prototypes for the likes of Balenciaga, Karl Lagerfeld, and Celine. In the 2013 under the leadership of Pallas fils, Daniel, the company is emerging on fashion market with a collection of minimalist silhouettes based on tuxedo. Since then, the brand has expanded beyond the tuxedo maintaining the sleek, tailored aesthetic. Each of the designs was cut by hand and assembled by one tailor, from start to finish.Construction details including hand-sewn linings, patch pockets with no visible stitches, and covered buttons. The result is a impeccable tailoring range of silhouettes distinguished by its craftsmanship and the brand currently produces 800 to 1,000 tuxedo pieces per season.