One would expect the prime minister of India, where formal clothing is commonly custom-made, to wear bespoke suits—but custom-woven fabric is quite something. The London Evening Standard recognized the fabric as one offered by the Savile Row cloth merchant Holland & Sherry.

According to the company’s website, ”the choice of decoration for the stripe is selected from our extensive colour palette and evolves through interpreting your exclusive ideas into the form of a stripe, clearly visible at close-range and softy muted from a distance.”

A salesperson from Holland & Sherry would not confirm supplying the fabric for Modi’s suit, but did tell a reporter from Quartz India that fabrics of the personalized pinstripe variety—the “signature collection“—start at 300 euros ($340) per meter.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen such a suit on a politician. Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak wore one too. Should you feel so inspired, the international tailors Tom James will use Holland & Sherry fabrics to make you your very own.

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