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Just ordered a new coat on their tour, anyone know how long it takes to be made and shipped? Wasn't sure if it'd be like a week or several months.

Ordered a suit in early June and was told that I wouldn't receive it until September.
post #782 of 787
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Just ordered a new coat on their tour, anyone know how long it takes to be made and shipped? Wasn't sure if it'd be like a week or several months.


typically around three months.

post #783 of 787
😳 They made me a suit in a week last time I was in HK. Is there anyway to get it faster?
post #784 of 787
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😳 They made me a suit in a week last time I was in HK. Is there anyway to get it faster?


The way they organize orders from their trunk shows is significantly different from the orders they take directly in their shop. I've been seeing them in NYC for the past 4 years and my orders have always taken around 3 months to receive....

post #785 of 787
As promised, here are the new pics for the Carlo Barbera jacket and some new Solaro trousers. The back has been cleaned up somewhat but.. I dunno it still isn't perfect. Maybe this has to do with the weight of the fabric? That was @Limniscate's impression, and he took these photos. I will also add that these came out of a suit case, so that affects the drape I'm sure.


post #786 of 787
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Originally Posted by Jsoftz View Post

As promised, here are the new pics for the Carlo Barbera jacket and some new Solaro trousers. The back has been cleaned up somewhat but.. I dunno it still isn't perfect. Maybe this has to do with the weight of the fabric? That was @Limniscate's impression, and he took these photos. I will also add that these came out of a suit case, so that affects the drape I'm sure.



Looks very nice! I know we're all chasing perfection, but when noticing slight imperfections in my own items, I'm often consoled by the words of one of my tailors: "it's a cloth, not wood. It moves. Enjoy..."
post #787 of 787
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Originally Posted by 9thsymph View Post

Looks very nice! I know we're all chasing perfection, but when noticing slight imperfections in my own items, I'm often consoled by the words of one of my tailors: "it's a cloth, not wood. It moves. Enjoy..."

I tried to make a joke here involving books of wood but there was no way to do it without sounding dirty.

...Thanks for the compliment!
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