“It’s important to find what really suits who you are, because style isn’t only what you wear, it’s what you project”
What we wear affects our mental and physical performance. Also, what we wear affects the mental and physical performance of the bystander. This is what HIS Studio calls as the 'Science of Dressing'. The ‘Corporate Blues’, the Doctor’s ‘White Jacket’, the ‘Black Dinner Jacket’, the ‘Black Funeral Jacket’ are all exemplifications of the 'Science of Dressing'. Have you wondered how a black jacket portrays both celebration and a solemn period? How would a doctor’s white jacket replaced by a red jacket be viewed by the patient? The entire perception or the entire story lies in the details.
HIS Studio emphasizes the details and intricacies that define the suit. An understanding of the silhouettes that suit an individual is what we focus on. The detail on each suit is what shows to the world how much you really care. We, as a brand, largely focus on instilling this culture in every patron of ours.
Joe Salvo, a South African politician said: “Sometimes if you wear suits for too long, it changes your ideology”. In psychological language, wearing a suit spurs your mind to think in an abstract, open-minded way. We understand how to dress a person in accordance to the occasion. We also understand the details on each suit changes the perception of the onlookers.
An understated look is as important as a bold look. Both the looks are easily achieved by tweaking the details on the suit. An attentive, well-mannered and calm demeanor can be turned into debonair, high-octane comportment by the use of embellishments on the look. We help our patrons achieve this differentiation with ease. HIS Studio values the emotions of an individual and we, as a brand, help the individual communicate these emotions through their dressing.
The HIS Studio insiders strongly believe that ‘GOD’ lies in the details and HIS Studio is their place of worship.