About Tino Suits

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OUR HISTORY

For 15 years, TIÑO has had the honor of dressing some of the country’s elegant and fine men. Following our long-time pursuit of developing supreme clothing, we stretch our ingenious arms, bringing clothing into its highest level of quality.

TIÑO has been a leader of excellence in its craft from its beginnings in 1998. The fluid style of Napoleon Arienza, trained by an Italian artisan in Penne, Italy, was from the start the distinctive feature of our service. Today, we continue to focus on perfecting the art of fine dressing, with quality and tradition as the center.

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OUR CRAFT

First, each TIÑO product is sartorial, which means the master tailor himself works on the entire construction of a product to make it a single, unique piece specially honed for the individual customer.  Every detail – pattern, stitching, finishing and pressing – is carefully done through traditional sartorial methods.

We create products with distinguishing qualities of a well-made piece. For instance, a well-made suit can be defined as fine because of its details which are usually done by hand. The presence of these details is an indicator of quality and style. Generally, the more handwork that goes into a suit, the finer and more exclusive it will be. With TIÑO, the pieces of a suit are stitched by hand so that the cloth tends to shape itself to the body.

For more than a decade, TIÑO continues its commitment to better understand and interpret personal requirements and expectations of our sophisticated clients, which involve everyday lifestyle, aesthetics, and sense of style. It is our pursuit to make quality suits and barongs that will fit its models. It is our dedication to identify with different body types and their peculiarities, so that each and every suit, shirt or barong we make fits perfectly and entirely personalized.