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post #31 of 36
Well I'll answer that even though its years after the initial thread. I'm living in Cyprus where SH shirts are made (when u order in the UK the order gets faxed/emailed to Cyprus for cutting and tailoring).

The shirts are extremely good value (especially if you order them here where they're only Eur 60 for MTM. Good construction, nice fit and Stephan (who now resides here) is a pleasure to work with. I've actually ordered two for my upcoming wedding. I'll try to post pictures in about a week (don't have them here at home right now).

I even got a pair of silver collar stays as a wedding gift!
post #32 of 36
I popped in today - very limited stock, shop assistant mentioned sourcing own shirt cloth and they can make a shirt for £65. He did suggest speaking with Erlend about detachable collars and also about sourcing cloth.
post #33 of 36
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Originally Posted by Dominik Kania View Post
 

Hi Johnny,

It's been a while but how are you getting on with your shirts from SH?

 

Best,

Dominik

 

I had meant to come back to this thread a long time ago, will pop into Stephan Shirts next week to get fitted for another shirt.

 

The shirt I had made was, for £89, excellent value; it seems well put together and to my mind, the fit is exactly how I wanted it. I am finding the collar to roll having been washed, but it's probably more a case of my poor maintenance rather than a fault with the shirt - should perhaps get some starch.

 

All in all, very pleased and look forward to getting a new one in the next couple of weeks.

post #34 of 36

I've been to Stephan Haroutunian this after-noon, hoping to find some Thomas Mason fabrics.

 

I only saw swatches of fabrics from unknown origin, so I asked the Seller (an Indian guy) if he had some books from Thomas Mason and he didn't know "who" was Thomas Mason...

 

Then I asked him from where are the fabrics, he said from "Portugal, France, Italy,...", to which i replied that France does not produce dress Shirt fabrics...

 

Then I checked the quality of a demo shirt, and it was really disappointing : double-needle stitches,...

 

Also not that before going there, a friend told me that he didn't believe Stephan Haroutunian can sell Thomas Mason at 88 GBP since Albini does not allow such low price to its customers. From what I saw there is no fabric of the quality of Thomas Mason.

 

Since I live in Fulham I was hoping to have my shirts made "locally", but I cannot recommend this shop at all.

 

(I have shirts from Emmet, Emma Willis, H&H, Liste Rouge, Saint Sens, and more ... which is quite a good benchmark).

post #35 of 36
Has anyone else been there recently?

From a bit of internet research it appears that Erlend Norby has moved on to a new more upmarket shop and it now charging £130 for shirts previously priced at £89 at this shop.

i am not sure of the current owner of Stephan Hartounian or its current quality - but would be grateful to hear.
post #36 of 36
Would be a shame if Erlend has gone, nice guy and seemed to know his stuff.
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