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post #106 of 296
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Dear all,

We're pleased to inform you that we've expanded our fabrics line up.
We now offer fabrics from Harrison, H. Lesser, and Porter and Harding.

We'll bring the bunches with us on our US tour in June.

Cheers

This is more good news. I'm glad to hear about the additional selections.

Also, I posted this in the CBD thread a week or so ago, but here's another example of a GY suit:

post #107 of 296
that's a great looking suit.
post #108 of 296
zbromer, Very nice.
post #109 of 296
It's good to hear they will be using the horn buttons standard. It should be a nice upgrade from the plastic buttons.
post #110 of 296
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This is more good news. I'm glad to hear about the additional selections.

Also, I posted this in the CBD thread a week or so ago, but here's another example of a GY suit:


Nice suit.
Is this the basic "House Style"?
post #111 of 296
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
that's a great looking suit.

I agree.
post #112 of 296
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post
Nice suit.
Is this the basic "House Style"?

I'm not sure how divergent this is from the house style. I asked for slightly more open quarters and less structured shoulders than what I understand to be the norm.
post #113 of 296
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This is more good news. I'm glad to hear about the additional selections.

Also, I posted this in the CBD thread a week or so ago, but here's another example of a GY suit:


Exceptional. Thanks for sharing.
post #114 of 296
Hi Eric,

I'll probably be in HK for 6 days in the last quarter of the year, and am seriously considering dropping by GY. Does GY have a house style? If so, can you please elaborate on it? Thanks.
post #115 of 296
Hi vinveritas, We do not have a particular house style as all of our suits are made according to our customer preference. The styles can be one button, two buttons, DB, notched lapels, and peaked lapels, etc. However, the most common style we make is the two buttons suit, which, similar to the picture posted above by zbromer. We then make adjustment according to our customer requirement (if any). We're preparing a style reference section on our website which should give a good idea of various styles for our clients to choose. I'll update here when it becomes available.
post #116 of 296
Many thanks for the reply. I'll be looking forward to your style reference guide, and email you for an appointment should my travel push through.
post #117 of 296
I just had my appointment with Gordon Yao and enjoyed his revamped cloth selection, including books from Minnis, John G. Hardy, Lesser, Harrisons, Scabal, Porter and Harding, among others. Gordon is a pleasure to work with and has a great amount of knowledge about tailoring and fabrics. I greatly trust his eye and his opinions and have been thrilled with his products. I know he has several cities left on his tour (Dallas, Chicago, LA, and SF). If you are on the fence, I would definitely recommend dropping by to meet with him.
post #118 of 296
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Originally Posted by zbromer View Post
I just had my appointment with Gordon Yao and enjoyed his revamped cloth selection, including books from Minnis, John G. Hardy, Lesser, Harrisons, Scabal, Porter and Harding, among others. Gordon is a pleasure to work with and has a great amount of knowledge about tailoring and fabrics. I greatly trust his eye and his opinions and have been thrilled with his products.

I know he has several cities left on his tour (Dallas, Chicago, LA, and SF). If you are on the fence, I would definitely recommend dropping by to meet with him.

What were the prices for Hardy and Lesser?
post #119 of 296
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What were the prices for Hardy and Lesser?

The Hardy coat I ordered was $1,280. I'm not positive on the Lesser, but I thought I read it was around $1,900 for a suit, give or take $50.
post #120 of 296
I have been a customer since June of 2007. Gordon Yao comes to Washington, DC once a year. I now have three of his suits and two sport coats. I've been happy with the results. I have never needed an alteration despite having only one fitting. I prefer less padding than he normally uses and Gordon gladly makes the adjustment. The craftsmanship is very nice. Prices are creeping up though. He is an honest businessman with a quality product. It's nice he's here too.
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