Originally Posted by RJman
3500 euros starting price for his suits?! That's more than Charvet and most of Savile Row! The site states that the suits are styled in the English manner (!)... then that Djay is specialized in the French style... then that Djay has "only one master: Caraceni" (which one of the four Caraceni, I wonder?)... LabelLynde, you're just stirring the pot by showing pictures of M. Daehn's latest miscarriage.
Have you been to Camps Deluca, Max Evezline, and Gabriel Gonzalez? Cifonelli Paris also used to produce a quality garment but like most men's firms--notably Lanvin's chemisiers
---they've become inferior with subcontractors like Nervesa Moda Uomo. De Luca and Bardot were the other tailors of the "old school". Add the cordwainers of Pinet, luggage by Moynat, Hermes by Dupre-Lafon stationary, and some smoking accessories by Dunhill de Paris and it's all quite stylish in that nostalgic sort of way.