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post #16 of 45
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Originally Posted by intent View Post
Billionaire? I'd just hire a tailor on staff if sartorial matters are such an integral part of my life.

I would make sure the tailor was a tailoress, particularly an attractive one. That way you can get a great suit made, and with a bit of luck, blow thy beans to kingdom come (or should I say cum) .
post #17 of 45
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Originally Posted by Klobber View Post
I would make sure the tailor was a tailoress, particularly an attractive one. That way you can get a great suit made, and with a bit of luck, blow thy beans to kingdom come (or should I say cum) .

Ingenius!

That's a great way to make sure your tailor knows your measurements off the top of her head...

in response to the OP

Tom Ford, Kiton, and Brioni, etc (really, whatever I'm in the mood for) for all the luxury FU items...

Mall brands for the rest. Cause they're the ones with all the hot SAs...
post #18 of 45
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Thats the joke I play with my friends. If I were billionaire I would travel with no security guys but 1 tailor

Just one tailor?
post #19 of 45
I'd go to Huntsman, Henry Poole or Dege & Skinner.
post #20 of 45
I would try all the top tailors in Europe. I really want to see the house styles and handiwork among the top suit makers.

In Itay, Rubinacci, Ambrosi (trousers), Kiton, Attolini, Caraceni.

Savile Row has a long list, but I really want a mix of the old guard and the newer tailors. Henry Poole, Anderson and Sheppard, Huntsman, Kilgour, Richard Anderson, Timothy Everest, probably a few others.

Camp de Luca in France.
post #21 of 45
for RTW, I would only buy Attolini. Some of their stuff fits me as well as bespoke.
post #22 of 45
Cesare Attolini
post #23 of 45
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for RTW, I would only buy Attolini. Some of their stuff fits me as well as bespoke.

That will disappoint Mark given he just bought half the stock of Liverano
post #24 of 45
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Originally Posted by Klobber View Post
I would make sure the tailor was a tailoress, particularly an attractive one. That way you can get a great suit made, and with a bit of luck, blow thy beans to kingdom come (or should I say cum) .
Then you won't be a billionaire for long. I'd imagine most western billionaires can't touch a woman without some sort of legal team standing by.
post #25 of 45
Bijon? what is this 1987 or am i missing something??

personally, Id go for borrelli and kiton suiting. Maybe rubinacci...ive been really wanting to splurge on a sortcoat...

shoes...if moneys no object...Bespoke Lobbs would be a no brainer.
post #26 of 45
Saville Row and Tom Ford for suits. Charvet bespoke for shirts. Tom Ford for ties and pocket squares. Lobb bespoke for shoes.
post #27 of 45
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Originally Posted by Mac View Post
Saville Row and Tom Ford for suits.

Charvet bespoke for shirts.

Tom Ford for ties and pocket squares.

Lobb bespoke for shoes.

how could i forget TF?!?!
post #28 of 45
Money no object? No Problem. I'd have my day to day suits & trousers made by Anderson & Sheppard, with overcoats by Huntsman. Turnbull & Asser bespoke for shirts. Drakes for Ties Cleverley Bespoke for shoes, as well as JLP, Church's & Tom Ford 'Going out' suits, lounge suits and dinner suits from Tom Ford Accessories by Tom Ford, Bvlgari, Tiffany's, Cartier Watches from the usual suspects.
post #29 of 45
Apart from the obvious Savile Row/Naples extravaganza, I would significantly increase the turnover of Drakes, Lobb, G&G, and Charvet. And I would take my nice cloth addiction really to town. And take over/subsidize a Harris tweed mill. Let's give something back to the industry.
post #30 of 45
scott hill bespoke of course

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