when we say: ‘’reine hand- und (kopf)arbeit’’, we mean it. every single garment comes from a unique sentiment and specific image. it is translated from here into a series of sketches, patterns and detailed illustrations. the process can be lengthy, intense and often subject to careful adjustments.
simon often compares it to writing a letter, slowly tearing the pages and the words on them, whilst rearranging them into a free flowing composition. Hannibal makes clothes that come from the heart.
the detailed process that precedes the finished article, is deliberate, full of meticulous changes and profound hand-crafted tailoring. therefore, each individual piece can be seen as a well-balanced symbiosis between design, form and function.