Since 1926, Alan David Custom has been producing the highest quality, hand-sewn, custom suits New York has to offer. We embrace a tradition of dressing men backed by four generations of fitting, pattern making and custom-tailoring experience. Every custom garment we make at our family owned New York City factory is hand sewn by our old world custom tailors.

Over the years, we have had the opportunity to dress senators, congressmen, leading professionals, TV anchors, and to produce an array of wardrobe for stage, screen and television productions including Saturday Night Live, The NFL Draft, The Good Wife, My Fair Wedding, Sex and the City, and Analyze This, among many others.

Alan David Custom has the unique ability to produce high quality custom made suits, shirts, ties and tuxedos at our own New York City based facility – located minutes from Midtown Manhattan. This allows us to offer production companies an extraordinarily fast turnaround time.

Just as importantly, the tailor responsible for the construction of the garments is always available to address your needs and discuss elements of both the design and manufacturing process.

Moreover, one of our studio services professionals is responsible for every aspect of a wardrobe order, from its initial development to its timely delivery. There is always someone available to interface directly with the costumer or costume department. Our on-site custom tailors are available for any last second adjustments and alterations. Custom suits can be made in as little as 4 days, custom shirts in as little as 7 days and custom ties in as little as 2 days.

Our studio services department also keeps a detailed purchase and wardrobe history of each garment produced, including fabric swatches. This helps both to facilitate any reorders on a timely basis and to aid wardrobe departments in maintaining and diversifying any costuming requirements.

Alan David Custom offers a very competitive studio services pricing structure.

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