Thanks for asking.
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I had my first bespoke suit from Savile Row and did some research.
If you are thinking along those lines:
Kilgour offer some great slim cut suits (http://www.kilgour.eu/) as do
Chittleborough & Morgan on Savile Row (http://www.chittleboroughandmorgan.co.uk/) who seem to share the same address as Cad&Dandy
I would give both a try.
If you are already working with Russell and the guys at Graham Browne , may I ask why you feel the need to change? The stuff I have seen coming out of there has been very good, Simon Cromptons first suit from them ( navy DB ) is still one of the most flattering things I have seen him in, including stuff from Rubinacci, A & S, Poole etc. I went there the other day with another forum member for his fitting and can say that they where very professional and willing to make almost any style of tailoring. I may well try them out for some less structured stuff for next summer.
If you are after a more traditional British silhouette, aka the Huntsman or Kilgour look the DeBoise is your man though!
ps- in the same sort of range for British bespoke try out the tailors on Lambs Conduit Street, Simms and MacDonald & Connock and Lockie.