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I did some work with HF back when they belonged to HMX group (they were then sold to Samuelsohn). I will be joining HF/Samuelsohn on a permanent business in February so I can give a better report at that time.

Congratulations Jeffrey. All the best. Does that mean your returning to Montreal?

Samuelsohn has done some very interesting models recently, my favourite being the Geneva sportcoat cut. Fabric choices have been pretty good and the some of the cuts are really very modern.

If they would only drop the buttoning point a little bit, I don't think i'd need to go anywhere else for clothes...
post #32 of 33
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Originally Posted by LEVOOSH View Post

Congratulations Jeffrey. All the best. Does that mean your returning to Montreal?

Samuelsohn has done some very interesting models recently, my favourite being the Geneva sportcoat cut. Fabric choices have been pretty good and the some of the cuts are really very modern.

If they would only drop the buttoning point a little bit, I don't think i'd need to go anywhere else for clothes...

Congrats, Jeffrey!

Are you relocating to Montreal?

Levoosh, wasn't Geneva phased out for the Ashton soft model?
post #33 of 33
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Congratulations Jeffrey. All the best. Does that mean your returning to Montreal?

Thank you. Maybe for three months to start but then I will settle in Rochester at HF. In theory, anyway- these things can change.
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