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Consider asking on the NYC thread. The choices are numerous and sky's the limit on pricing. You should have a price point and an idea of what you want to try or what you enjoy.
14 months with G&G? Was it Daniel Wegan who was fitting you? For me, the process was different with Tony and Dean.
I found this article so sad. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/20/fashion/when-a-workout-is-black-tie.html?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share NYTimes: Orchestras Get in Tune With Modern Black-Tie That abomination is not even black tie. It's some perversion of white tie. *sigh*
I think that was through the pain meds.
I heard from a friend who, when as a peds resident, had a patient on the floor getting the leg lengthening procedure. Apparently they would twist a screw everyday to increase the length a little bit. He would hear the kid scream in agony from down the hall.
IME shoes feel a lot different with the sole than without. I have had multiple experiences where the shoe felt fine at the fitting stage but either too tight or too loose after completion. It's really important to be able to make adjusments after the shoe has been made.
I'll be around. I should be able to make it.
http://putthison.com/post/140694767058/bullseye-with-jesse-thorn-and-bruce-boyer-long Here's a recent interview with Boyer.
So which sartoria would you suggest for those who don't speak Italian and are reliable? WeakMonday has written up about other options such as Pirozzi, Volpe and Tofani, though I think he required help with translation at some points. I hear Elia Caliendo is quite good and even takes credit cards but appears quite expensive. Rubinacci is even more expensive and is a stylist. Ambrosi and Solito have had much discussed production and communication issues. OTOH, I hear Solito...
Do you know if the party is during the day or evening? If it's during the evening, the suit might work better.
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