(Tokyo Slim) Who went first? Did you shirt him, and then Flusser picked suits to go with the shirts, or the other way around?
In usual practice, given that suits generally average six to ten times the price of a shirt (which is why you should have ten times as many shirts), suits are selected first. Alan supplied me with swatches of the suits he had decided to make and I selected shirt fabrics which were appropriate for the desired look and which were appropriate to be worn with one or more of the suits.
(Tokyo Slim) Who got paid more?
As the generally accepted proportion is five suits to 30 shirts, it usually works out to approximately the same dollar value. However, not being a wearer of Flusser suits, I haven't a clue what they were costing in those days. If truth be told, I don't even remember what my shirts sold for back then. Probably $10-$15 apiece.
(Tokyo Slim) And did he get to keep the shirts?
It is virtually always that 'name' actors get to keep their wardrobe if they want it. The contract usually calls for it. In this particular case, certain shape-enhancing devices were built into the shirt construction which would have rendered them uncomfortable for 'off the set' use. Though he may have kept them, I really don't know.