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Merci beaucoup, Monsieur!

Jeeves is always happy to share the feedback we get from all of our highly valued clients including Monsieur-Victor Magsaysay, a celebrated Chef de cuisine at Ito, a seasonal Japanese restaurant at Rue Pierre Fontaine Paris, France... Monsieur-Victor Magsaysay writes: "I would like to commend the eccelence of Jeeves Manila's services. The depth of their knowledge about construction, technique, and restoration of luxury garments goes beyond just cleaning a garment. Mrs. Francisco the general...

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Dressing for the Occasion: Chinese New Year 2017

Chinese New Year, also known as the "Spring Festival", is an important festival celebrated at the turn of the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar. Filipino-Chinese communities celebrate Chinese New Year every year in hope of attracting prosperity, closer family ties and peace. Aside from the traditional customs such as thoroughly cleaning one’s home, preparing lucky money in red envelopes, serving sweet food and displaying various round-shaped fruits on a table, the Filipino-Chinese c...

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Questions to Ask yourself Before Traveling

Do you plan on traveling for the holidays? Here are a few things you need to ask yourself before you start packing your bags: 1. When was the last time you gave your travel-wear, like your leather jacket or fur scarf, a thorough cleaning? If your answer is either: "the last time i traveled" or "I haven't had it cleaned... ever", then you might want to think twice before packing it into your suitcase. Bacteria and mold might have built up over time and might cause a nasty skin irritation - som...

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Out to dinner and you notice a spot of vinaigrette on your tie, what do you do? No matter if your tie is Hermes, Tom Ford, Ferragamo, or Gucci your actions should be the same.

Jeeves asks you to resist the temptation of “do it yourself” stain removal. Most stains on ties can not be removed with water and the act of rubbing it with your napkin may cause damage to the fabric of your tie, which may not be correctable, even by Jeeves.

Ties are notoriously difficult to clean and many dry cleaners will not clean them, sending them out to experts such as Jeeves. Fragile dyes usually in bold colors, bias cut silk, hand-rolled and hand-stitch work can be challenging to say the least.