A new way, a better way to buy a suit.
Enzo Custom is a vertically integrated company. We’ve made significant investment in the manufacturing process – significantly reducing production costs and allowing for rigorous, uncompromising quality control. As a result of our deep relationships with luxury houses (such as Zegna and Loro Piana), we purchase these fabrics in bulk, directly from the source – allowing us to provide our clients with the highest quality products at ultra-competitive prices. We have also developed our own proprietary fabrics to further bring outstanding quality, selection, and savings to our clients.
Most custom shops receive their garments from a trading company or from the manufacturing facility. Generally, trading companies are utilized by shops who haven’t achieved the economy of scale to buy directly from a factory. With a middleman in place, this shop will need to pay more and pass the costs on to you, the customer. Larger custom shops, ones that can go factory direct, may still be constrained by the limited quality control and efficiency of their production facility. Because Enzo is an integral part of the manufacturing process, we personally guarantee our own quality control and the consistency of our garments.
Storing cloth is almost entirely done by fabric distributors and trading companies. Most other custom shops purchase their fabrics from these sources for an up-to-date inventory of fabrics. Enzo is a custom shop and a wholesale fabric distributor. We buy our cloth directly from mills all over the world and supply over 100 other custom shops worldwide. In other words, our collections are always from the cutting edge of the fashion industry.
Other custom shops are either located in expensive retail space or use costly marketing techniques to draw in their customers. Enzo is permanently located in commercial office space and spends little to no money on advertising. We rely on our customer’s positive experience to draw in our clientele. Sure, it’s an innovative and bold approach – but it’s worked so far.
1528 Walnut Street, Suite 701, Philadelphia, PA 19102