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There used to be a Bel y Cia shop in Geneve. Not sure it is still there, though. Andrey
Good work! Keep it up. Andrey
There is a nice slide-show on Lanvin's web-site describing their bespoke (yes, by all accounts, this is a real thing) process. http://www.lanvin.com/#/en/lanvin-today/ateliers/sur-mesure Andrey
I'm a customer for both shirts and tailored clothing (coats and trousers). I have shirts from Budd and Sean O'Flynn, and needlework-wise Lachter's shirts are in the same league. That is -- single-needle stitching, MOP buttons, non-fused collars, and... machined buttons, sometimes sloppy stitching, especially in non-visible areas like bottom hem. I don't have any tailored clothing from other SR houses, so can't really compare. But they are at least on par (if not better)...
As an alternative (though mostly sold out): http://gunandriflemakers.williamandson.com/collections/menswear/products/shawl-collar-jumper Andrey
That's interesting. I wonder who will replace him.Andrey
Probably too late, but nevertheless. Andrey
Two new shirts from Stephen Lachter (left is Alumo's cotton + cashmere; right is Thomas Mason's end-on-end). Both pockets and plackets are present. Andrey
My shirt has two darts on the back, no pleats. As I understand, Mary adheres to Pierre Duboin's school of thought on this matter:Andrey
When you connect green and red arrows' tips, that's where seams are placed on Mary's shirt. As I said, "stitching" part of one seam connects with "folding" part of another. I don't know if it is any better or worse (or matters at all) than the approach used in NOBD's example. Andrey
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