“This, hurry the client out the door, approach doesn’t make sense to me. A suit is an extension of person’s character. When you are the groom or attending an event with a professional photographer, you must look you best.
A suit must be fitted individually, not only to the client’s body type, but also to their personality.”
“Other clothiers don’t take the time to get to know their clients, never allowing them to fit for personality. When you don’t take the time to fit for personality, it’s a job half done.”
“It sounds simple, but this is the art of a good clothier.”
“After 40 years, we know what needs to be done to make our clients LOOK BETTER.”
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Natale’s first store opened in 1975, located in downtown Toronto at Yonge and St.Clair. The Suit Gallery carried Valentino, Versace, Gianfranco Ferré and made to measure, bespoke menswear. After 20 years of operating in the downtown core, Natale decided to move the store closer to his clients. In 1995 the new store was opened in Woodbridge, Ontario on Hwy 7 and Weston road, right next to the Hwy 400. A new store, a new look, a new vibe and a new name, Studio on 7. Studio on 7 expanded its offering to more than just men’s formal wear. The expansion included men’s casual wear by Dolce and Gabana, Energie and Diesel. Most people know who these designers are today, but in 1995, Studio on 7 was the first men’s boutique in CANADA to carry Energie and Diesel. Studio on 7, a true pioneer in CANADIAN fashion.