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post #46 of 78

I do believe The Hound in San Francisco does.

post #47 of 78
Is the price higher in the states than in Canada? (canada is actually closer for me)
post #48 of 78
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Does anyone in the US offer Samuelsohn MTM?

Absolutely. I am in Denver and the Independent Retailer Andriesen Morton does MTM with Samuelsohn. I believe Neiman Marcus does as well.
post #49 of 78
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Is the price higher in the states than in Canada? (canada is actually closer for me)

Prices in the states seem to be a bit higher. I think MTM started ("A" Fabrics) at US$1300-1400. Trunk shows usually offer a $250 discount.
post #50 of 78
Good stuff, thank you gents smile.gif
post #51 of 78
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Prices in the states seem to be a bit higher. I think MTM started ("A" Fabrics) at US$1300-1400. Trunk shows usually offer a $250 discount.

Depends on the store too- While I've paid that much for a sport coat (cloth) I've seen suits below and above that price. And Trunk shows with suits starting below a grand.
post #52 of 78
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Does anyone in the US offer Samuelsohn MTM?

They're very common in many cities. Here in the Twin Cities two shops offer Sammy MTM and NM has OTR.

Store locator: http://www.samuelsohn.com/store_locator.php
post #53 of 78
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They're very common in many cities. Here in the Twin Cities two shops offer Sammy MTM and NM has OTR.
Store locator: http://www.samuelsohn.com/store_locator.php

There's a place in Wayzata as well

I just found out. In fact, they even sell at a place in Omaha biggrin.gif

I would love to go to a trunk show to see the fabric options.
post #54 of 78
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Does anyone in the US offer Samuelsohn MTM?

Here in DC, Wm Fox & Co. offers Samuelsohn MTM, or at least they used to (when I was thrifting, I found a nice SC w/ peak lapels).

::EDIT:: Yes, they do (http://www.wmfox.com/ourMerchendise.php). They even claim to be the oldest US carrier.
post #55 of 78
Bob at Andriesen Morton has been my sales guy for years -- a true professional. I started buying clothes from him during the 1980's when he worked at Fashion Bar in Boulder. AM, Lawrence Covell and Neiman Marcus have the best selection of men's clothes in Denver. Same with Scarpeletto on Larimer for shoes.
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Andriesen Morton. I expected them to be stuffy/stuck up, but they were very cool and easy going. I was very impressed with their store and will be back.
Quite a bit of nice Isaia and a ton of Cuchinelli as well. A dedicated Zegna room that they are totally redoing.
post #56 of 78
I don't know about the rest of you, but for me, quality comes down to the following for me. It's good enough for me if it's fully canvassed, nice material, and the shoulders are nicely made. Otherwise, I don't know the rest of it and I treat my stuff very nicely as to I hope it doesn't matter. So as long as Samuelsohn could make a nice shoulder, it would me nice enough for me.
post #57 of 78
Has anybody done Sammy's mtm this month?
post #58 of 78
^ I called to find out where the trunk shows are, or will be, and no one had an answer for me. Are there locations other than trunk shows that do MTM?
post #59 of 78
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^ I called to find out where the trunk shows are, or will be, and no one had an answer for me. Are there locations other than trunk shows that do MTM?

Where are you located? In Canada they're at Harry Rosen. They also have US trunk show locations on the Sammys website.
post #60 of 78
In the US. Their website says spring trunk show dates coming soon. i called to see if there was any other information but was told no dates are set.
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