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post #91 of 297
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Originally Posted by Fishball View Post
The "barchetta" breast pocket look great, is it a request by the customer?

Yes, you have a good eyes to catch the breast pocket. The "barchetta" style pocket is a request by the customer.
post #92 of 297
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Originally Posted by mrclam View Post
Believe on english cut, Tom Mahon specifically says that a lot of suits that do have matching strips do not fit the wearer very well.

Believe it or not, as with many other things in life, opinion on this subject varies from tailor to tailor.
post #93 of 297
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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post
If it's RTW, fair enough, but I demand it in bespoke (unless it's impossible, as some intricate patterns are. Pin stripes are definitely achievable) and get it.
Here you go again, posting BS. It takes more fabric to cover the back of the shoulder than the front, yet it has to fit along the same seam. Think about the implications for pattern matching. And you 'demand' it? Given your grand total of 1 bespoke experience, really?
post #94 of 297
Dear all,

It's my pleasure to inform you that we now offer genuine horn buttons from Italy in black or brown as standard buttons on all of our sport coats and suit jackets.





The buttons that we selected are very elegant with natural shine and we're very happy with the result on the suit jackets.

Here are some pictures for reference:









post #95 of 297
will an Australian trip be on the cards?
post #96 of 297
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Originally Posted by johnannemarie View Post
will an Australian trip be on the cards?
Yes, we're reviewing our tour agenda and it's very likely that we'll have a visit to Australia early next year. Detail will be announced here when the schedule is ironed out.
post #97 of 297
Excellent news
post #98 of 297
the buttons look great, but is it little bit small for the DB? how many ligne is it? is it same as the SB button?
post #99 of 297
Curious, what's the average turnaround time for a 2 piece suit? I'll be in HK for 5 days mid May, I doubt it can be done within that time frame.
post #100 of 297
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Originally Posted by guyver00 View Post
Curious, what's the average turnaround time for a 2 piece suit? I'll be in HK for 5 days mid May, I doubt it can be done within that time frame.

5 days is the minimum
post #101 of 297
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Originally Posted by Fishball View Post
the buttons look great, but is it little bit small for the DB? how many ligne is it? is it same as the SB button?

There are two sizes: 32L for jacket front, 24L for sleeves.
post #102 of 297
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Originally Posted by guyver00 View Post
Curious, what's the average turnaround time for a 2 piece suit? I'll be in HK for 5 days mid May, I doubt it can be done within that time frame.

We can arrange fitting sections while you stay in HK. The finished suit can be shipped to you if there is not sufficient time for local pick up.
post #103 of 297
Here is another example of a DB jacket with a discontinued Holland and Sherry fabric.



post #104 of 297
We'll be traveling to the United States from June 6th to June 28th. Latest US Itinerary can be found on our website. Please kindly make an appointment with us before your arrival.
post #105 of 297
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
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