Jaspare specializes in skinny suspenders, pocket squares and ties handmade from soft matte python. Allow six weeks. From $150; jaspare.com.
Milliner Orlando Palacios, founder of Worth & Worth, apprenticed in Ecuador with Montecristi and creates hats in straw, cashmere, rabbit fur and much more. From $225; hatshop.com.
Metalsmith Mark Kelty does the belt buckle, and master leatherworker Bill Niemczyk cuts the alligator belts. Color, edging and details are the client’s choice. From $250; mkelty.com.
J. B. Hill, an El Paso, Texas, atelier for the bespoke cowboy, is run by James Hill, who measures for a perfect fit and lets clients choose the material, the stitch pattern and all manner of inlay details. From $825; jbhilltexas.com.
Scott Urban, owner of Urban Spectacles, carves eyewear from specialty wood like ebony and koa and develops original frames. One client asked for glasses shaped like grand pianos. From $750; urbanspectacles.com.
At Bangkok’s Sam Hober, David and Noina Hober raise their own silkworms and handweave the fine material into custom ties and pocket squares. Allow two hours. From $25; samhober.com.
Mike Breslin, owner of Texas’s McKinney Pens, can make a pen out of rose petals for a gardener, from bullet shells for a hunter or with a cross inlay for a minister. From $55; mckinneypens.com.
Created by James de Givenchy, Taffin cuff links are made with Venetian beads and misshapen pearls. One set, called the Fingerprint, is a mold of a client’s fingertip cast in silver or gold. From $4,500; taffin.com.
Art & Sole
Los Angeles designer George Esquivel’s handmade shoes are classic but not conservative: A brown oxford might include a splash of pink. From $650; esquivelshoes.com.
It’s All in the Wrist
At Atelier du Bracelet Parisien, Jean-Claude Perrin’s watch straps are personalized by color, stitching and material: Shark, lizard, ostrich, emu, llama or stingray, anyone? From $220; abp-paris.com.
Walk this Way
Staffordshire’s William Constantine Cort and Stephen P. Fox make walking sticks from exotic materials like antler and buffalo horn and accommodate clients’ requests. From $95; bespokestickcompany.com.
Maglia Francesco, a Milanese family business, has crafted bespoke umbrellas in stripes and tartans since 1865. From $105; ombrellimaglia.it.
Founded in 1856, Tanner Krolle can still create a set of suitcases to fit perfectly in the trunk of an Aston Martin, or a roller trolley in your favorite shade of purple. From $4,980; tannerkrolle.com.