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post #76 of 136

Ya, I've read so many different prices. Is anyone able to confirm, is it 1k before or after the discount for "A" fabrics?

 

Also, any idea on prices for M2M shirts? Does the discount apply at the trunk sale?

post #77 of 136
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Originally Posted by NeedStyleHelp View Post

Ya, I've read so many different prices. Is anyone able to confirm, is it 1k before or after the discount for "A" fabrics?

Also, any idea on prices for M2M shirts? Does the discount apply at the trunk sale?

I would suggest visiting or calling the store. They should be able to answer all the questions you are posing.
post #78 of 136
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Originally Posted by NeedStyleHelp View Post

Ya, I've read so many different prices. Is anyone able to confirm, is it 1k before or after the discount for "A" fabrics?

 

Also, any idea on prices for M2M shirts? Does the discount apply at the trunk sale?

I've done several items. The nicer fabrics your'e look at 1300 - 1600 for a SC. 18-2k+ for a suit. Base fabrics run about a grand.

post #79 of 136
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Originally Posted by david809 View Post

The current "soft shoulder" models from Samuelsohn are Gable, Globe, and Greenwich. Pretty similar shoulder across the three, Greenwich might have a bit more shoulder to it (even though it's the classic Samuelsohn model for a natural shoulder). There is a bit of soft padding for all three, pretty similar to RL Blue Label. Construction wise, all have pretty light canvases, with Greenwich maybe a bit heavier.

At the last MTM, I asked whether they could make in the discontinued Talbott, and I was told that I would like the Gable. I took this as a polite "no." I ended up with the Gable and I like it a lot, especially for a suit (where a slight bit of shoulder is not a bad thing). Still miss the completely unpadded shoulder of the Talbott.

And also the Geneva. Higher armhole.


Edited by Frankie22 - 7/8/13 at 7:24pm
post #80 of 136
1k for 'A' fabrics during trunk shows.
post #81 of 136
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post


I was there four years ago in June. At least in the Cambridge shop they had almost nothing to show me that wasn't summer weight.
Nevertheless, I was treated extremely well, even though I was wearing linen jeans.

 

Though the RTW models are seasonal, the Andover Shop has MTM fabrics for every season.  There's a whole wall of cloth, with rich English flannels and tweeds well represented, including hard to find vintage wool.  

 

Prices on RTW are lower than PRL and Paul Stuart.  Their outerwear for winter is excellent -- camelhair polo coats, wool herringbone chesterfields, Barbour field jackets, and tweed overcoats.

post #82 of 136

Is anyone looking to get anything at the next trunk show?

post #83 of 136

Does anyone have experience with the Performance collection? From their site:

 

"Created for the Samuelsohn man that is always on the go, the Performance collection provides impeccable suits in lightweight cotton, wools and Loro Piana Rain System© cotton that is wrinkle free and stain resistant. The perfect collection for the travelling man, who does not want to compromise on style or fit."

 

Any idea how hard wearing this fabric is, or how it drapes? 

post #84 of 136
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Originally Posted by LaymanX View Post

Does anyone have experience with the Performance collection? From their site:

"Created for the Samuelsohn man that is always on the go, the Performance collection provides impeccable suits in lightweight cotton, wools and Loro Piana Rain System© cotton that is wrinkle free and stain resistant. The perfect collection for the travelling man, who does not want to compromise on style or fit."

Any idea how hard wearing this fabric is, or how it drapes? 

Performance Collection?

Sounds like they've entered the erection dysfunction business.
Edited by comrade - 9/5/13 at 2:01pm
post #85 of 136
Better late than never smile.gif

(ignore the sleeve corrections, they made a mistake but fixed it when the coat came in as well as some other slight alterations)















post #86 of 136

Looks great! If you don't mind me asking, what did the SC cost? (what fabric selection and all the add on's - surgeon cuffs, ticket pocket.) I'm looking at getting one next Saturday at Harry Rosen's trunk show. Just wondering what I can expect?

 

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Better late than never smile.gif

(ignore the sleeve corrections, they made a mistake but fixed it when the coat came in as well as some other slight alterations)















post #87 of 136
Guys, don't forget about the 1923 line that just came out. The trunk show might apply to that as well.
post #88 of 136
From what I remember (1.5 years ago), my particular jacket was in the Napoli line of fabrics (I think it was a D fabric so one of the more expensive ones). The base price is 1,000 for a A line fabric (basic solids, pinstripes, etc). With the functional cuffs and horn buttons, I think it came out to $1600 after taxes and 20% discount from Daniel Taylor in Dallas.
post #89 of 136
Thanks for the details.

I was just at the Eaton centre trunk show and didn't see what I was looking for. Also found that the prices for suits started at 1300 for 'A' fabrics, a little more than what others have quoted. Nevertheless, I will check out the Harry's Bloor location next weekend, as the SA said there is more selection in fabrics.
post #90 of 136
Hey guys,

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