Originally Posted by VMan
Here is some info to clarify. Oxxford now has two lines - 'Highest Quality' and '1220', and there are different models within each line.
Both use full-canvas construction. However, the HQ line features more handwork, hand-padded lapels, and premium fabrics (140s and up). Retail on the 1220 suits is around $2500 for basic fabrics, up to around $3000 for special fabrics. The HQ line starts at around $4000 and goes up to $5000 or more for top-end fabrics.
Most of the Highest Quality
line are the Type-A model, which is the slim-fit. The Type-A has a somewhat Neapolitan cut, with higher armholes and very light shoulder padding. The fit is similar to Isaia 'Base V' or Zegna 'Fit Milano'.
'Radcliff' refers to the model of the trousers, available in both Flat-Front and Dual Reverse Pleats. The 'Radcliff' features a trimmer-leg, mid-rise, and the waist generally runs 1" smaller than the tagged size.
The main 1220
model is the '1220 N2'. The fit is similar to the Type-A, though with a tiny bit more room through the chest and shoulders and slightly more padding (but still light). The 1220 N2 model always comes with flat-front pants.
The 1220 line also uses the 'Capitol N2' model, which sometimes comes with single-pleat trousers. The Capitol N2 is more of a moderate fit, but by no means 'full-cut'.