Dolce & Gabbana introduces for the first time its service made to measure in Mexico and Latin America

Dolce & Gabbana is not stopping its commitment to the Mexican market and, after its recent openings in Veracruz and Mexico City, the Italian brand has presented for the first time in the country and Latin America its made to measure or tailor-made service.

Dolce & Gabbana made to measure service. Photo: Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana made to measure service. Photo: Dolce & Gabbana

In the brand's boutique located in the Santa Fe shopping center in Mexico City, Dolce & Gabbana customers can choose from 500 types of fabrics such as silk, satin, wool or cashmere. An additional selection of 200 fabrics is available twice a year. All are produced exclusively for the firm.

As to accessories, you may choose buttons in 45 different styles, and patches with various figures or prints.

After the process in the store in the country's capital, the measurements are sent to Padua, Italy, where the ensign has about 70 tailors for the piece to be traced, cut and assembled and to be sent back to Mexico; this process takes between 8 and 9 weeks.

Afterwards, the client will have the fitting and the buttons that were previously selected will be put on, in order to finish the process.

The arrival of Dolce & Gabbana's made to measure service in Mexico, which was created in 2014, is part of an important consolidation that the firm has made in the country in the last months of the year.

Recently, the company opened its first boutique in Veracruz, in El Palacio de Hierro in the Andamar shopping center, while it has opened its children's fashion pop-up store in Via Santa Fe, in Mexico City.

In Mexico, the firm operates with independent stores and hand in hand with El Palacio de Hierro in Polanco, Perisur, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Queretaro, Masaryk, Via Santa Fe, Punta Norte, in Mexico City, and Fashion Harbour in Cancun.

Dolce & Gabbana, whose founders recently declared that they want the company to remain in the hands of the Dolce family, employs 5500 people worldwide.

In financial terms, in fiscal year 2018/2019, the firm recorded an increase of 4.6% in its turnover to 1.35 billion Euros.

By Mexicanist