Götrich - since 1730
The bespoke tailoring tradition in the Götrich family dates back to 1730 and we have been one of the most distinguished tailoring houses in Sweden for centuries. Our archives date back to the 1800's and includes royalty, aristocracy, politicians, business men, and cultural figure heads. In 2017 the family business was sold to a new group of dedicated owners which took the company into a new era. One of the co-owners, Cad & the Dandy, is today the youngest and largest tailoring house on Savile Row in London, which gives Götrich a unique connection to the global community of cloth makers, tailors, and other industry institutions. Cad & the Dandy is a full member of the Savile Row Bespoke Association, and at Götrich we remain committed to all the aspects of the craft that is dictated in the association.
Today, the business still consists of a core of men's bespoke tailoring and tailoring for the clergy, but during the past years we have also developed a collection of accessories together with what we consider to be the world's leading manufacturers of their respective products (such as Rampley & Co, La Bowtique, Albert Thurston and Ince Umbrellas). Since 2020, we have also developed a small collection of ready-to-wear garments that are made in our own ateliers with the same attention to quality and craftsmanship as our bespoke garments.
At Götrich we are dedication to craft and quality. The craftsmanship that has been built up within Götrich over the years, and throughout our whole industry, permeates all our decisions about garment design, which fabric suppliers we work with, and how we carefully develop our patterns and models to adapt to the modern customer's wants and needs. We stay committed to the superior quality and aesthetics of genuine handwork, with handmade buttonholes, hand padded canvassing and always at least three fittings for bespoke garments.
At the same time, we are always striving to modernize and adapt to a developed world with digital communication, efficient processes and new requirements for accessibility. Therefore, we digitize all the steps in the process that do not affect the quality of the end garment. Today, we handle pattern design in modern systems, have an efficient digital model for purchasing cloth and work planning in the ateliers, and we handle all customer communication digitally.