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September 2, 2009   
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Shirts Made to Measure
With the most demanding customers in mind, Polish shirt maker Da Vinci opened a showroom on Szucha Avenue in Warsaw in the spring. The company's stylists are ready to meet the customer at a place and time of their convenience to help them choose the right shirt cut and fabric. The appointment with a stylist is an opportunity for the customer to familiarize themselves with dress code and receive tips on choosing business, evening and weekend wear, for choosing the right clothes for a certain type of figure, and the rules for matching colors, textures and accessories.

"These kinds of individual consultations enable the customer to find out about the latest trends in men's fashion and shape their individual style," says Da Vinci stylist Jacek Mozolewski. "There's also a tailor taking part in the meeting to take the customer's measurements."

Polish brand
Da Vinci has specialized in making exclusive shirts for men and women's blouses for years. The company has been on the market since 1989. The firm's owner and chairman is Adam Ziemniewicz. Da Vinci shirts and blouses are made in a sewing shop in Tczew, northern Poland, by a staff of 130. "Thanks to the top quality of the company's products, leading shirt manufacturers worldwide commission 'private label' shirts from us," Ziemniewicz says. "Maintaining top product quality has always been the top priority for our company."

Da Vinci is known for its made-to-measure shirts and their perfect cut and craftsmanship. The unique, individual character of the shirts is enhanced by remarkable care for detail. The company's products feature a seam density of 8-9 stitches per centimeter and seashell buttons with a beautiful pearly gloss. A few years ago, Da Vinci launched a service whereby a company representative visits the customer to show them fabric samples, takes the customer's measurements and helps them select the fabric, cut and accessories. Da Vinci's range of products also includes unique designs of six fold-type ties and cuff links, a range of 400 fabric patterns, more than 42 collar designs, and 12 cuff types. Da Vinci fabrics come from Italian weaving plants that boast a tradition of many centuries.

Da Vinci aspires to keep up with the latest trends in fashion. For example, when large men's watches became all the rage, the company switched to larger cuffs so that this kind of watch could easily slip under the sleeve. At Da Vinci, customers can also have their shirt personalized or provided with an embroidered monogram.
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