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post #166 of 294
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Thanks Eric, I was asking because I am pretty sure I have that same fabric from London Lounge. I am looking to have it make up.
Do you have dates for your Sydney visit yet?

Hi Eric,

In addition to Tchoy, I'm also interested if you're planning a sydney visit. Thanks!!
post #167 of 294
We are finalizing the itinerary, but here is a preview of our schedule.

Our Australia tour is tentatively scheduled on the week of Feb 20th. We'll be starting at Sydney on Feb 20th (Mon) to Feb 21st (Tues) and visiting Melbourne on Feb 23rd (Thurs) to Feb 24th (Friday). Detail itinerary will be posted here and update to our website once everything is confirmed.

Please spread out the news to your friends who are interested in getting some suits, sport jackets, trousers, and shirts made during our visit. If the response is good, we'll include Australia in our annual tour. Cheers!
post #168 of 294
i'm guessing you won't be planning on visiting perth if you do go to Australia?
post #169 of 294
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Originally Posted by Gordon Yao Tailors View Post

Here are two quick iphone photos of spalla camica shoulders for viewing. I'll take better photos and post them next week.
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Is this shoulder unpadded?

For the Australian tour, there will be not fittings, correct? Just delivery of the finished product?

Also, what would the timeframe to delivery be?
post #170 of 294
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Originally Posted by apple3210 View Post

i'm guessing you won't be planning on visiting perth if you do go to Australia?

We'll be visiting Sydney and Melbourne only on our February tour. Cheers.
post #171 of 294
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Originally Posted by quar View Post

Is this shoulder unpadded?
For the Australian tour, there will be not fittings, correct? Just delivery of the finished product?
Also, what would the timeframe to delivery be?

Yes, this shoulder is unpadded.
We'll be taking measurements and photos of our new customer with our fitting jacket or his best fitted jacket (recommended) during the tour appointment. In most of the cases, we are able to make very good fitted suits for our new customers. And just in case if it happens to have any major fitting problems (very rarely happen), we'll definitely be responsible to follow up and take care of the alterations. On average, it takes about 8 weeks for the delivery. If there are any further questions, please send us an e-mail at: info@gordonyao.com

Cheers!
post #172 of 294
Any chance of posting photographs of half-lined or quarter-lined jackets, so that we can see the workmanship? Perhaps best you post in this thread for the benefit of everyone interested.
post #173 of 294
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Any chance of posting photographs of half-lined or quarter-lined jackets, so that we can see the workmanship? Perhaps best you post in this thread for the benefit of everyone interested.

Here is a photograph of a 8 years old jacket with half-lining. This jacket holds up quite well and should give you an idea of how our half lining jacket looks like. We normally do matching color lining but contrast lining can be done on request per the lining color availability.

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post #174 of 294
That looks nice. I've sent you an email regarding your stop in Melbourne.
post #175 of 294
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That looks nice. I've sent you an email regarding your stop in Melbourne.

Thanks. E-mail replied. Cheers!
post #176 of 294
Here is a DB jacket with 4-ply fabric.

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post #177 of 294
May I add an quarter lining sample photo:
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post #178 of 294
Nice. Keep posting if you have more examples.
post #179 of 294
Quar,

You mean more example on quarter and half lining?
BTW, I don't feel much different between hal and quarter lining.
post #180 of 294
Anything really. Do you have any close shots of stitching or button-holes?

I am particularly impressed by the look of their rendition of a shirt-sleeve shoulder.

I'm down in Australia where it is particularly warm, so I'd probably opt for a quarter-lined light-weight open-weave suit.
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