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post #151 of 249
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Originally Posted by billiam View Post
has anyone used Gordon Yao for shirts? how is the quality, and is the price range similar to Ascot Chang? I'm thinking of having a few shirts made at Ascot Chang so I have a "profile" there to facilitate future internet/mail orders, but am also thinking if I should try shirts with Yao as well. I'm thinking I will probably get a suit from Yao, but I'm wondering if its worth it to get some shirts there as well, or just stick with Chang (and some Jantzen thrown in).
Thanks.

i am not sure if AC does have or not a min order i seem to think he does!
post #152 of 249
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Originally Posted by luk-cha View Post
i am not sure if AC does have or not a min order i seem to think he does!

This was several years ago, but in the Beverly Hills AC there was a three shirt minimum.
post #153 of 249
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Originally Posted by Mute View Post
This was several years ago, but in the Beverly Hills AC there was a three shirt minimum.

i think in HK too
post #154 of 249
Thread Starter 
They have a minimum order of 3 but have gotten away with 2 shirts and at a time 1 shirt. If you are in HK go to the Peninsula shop and ask for Nelson. He's very friendly and accomadating.
post #155 of 249
fyi. Gordon will be in a number of cities across the U.S. from 2/6/08 to 24/6/08. His mobile number while in the U.S. is (848) 468-0697 if you want to arrange an appointment.
post #156 of 249
Got my first Gordon Yao Jacket today. It takes three months to make.
Look great, except the sleeves may be little bit too long (1/8 inch).
post #157 of 249
Can you please share a pic of your jacket? Thanks
post #158 of 249
so is Gordon Yao back in HK yet? I just graduated, and am vacationing in HK. might spoil myself with my first ever bespoke suit (of course I should really find a job first...)
post #159 of 249
Probably. Your best bet is to email him at yaogordon [at] gmail.com. And make sure you keep your priorities straight. Your first bespoke suit before your first job. After all, what are you going to wear to interviews?
post #160 of 249
Maybe I can get him to give me the unemployed-student discount
post #161 of 249
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Originally Posted by warmpi View Post
Maybe I can get him to give me the unemployed-student discount

It will be the same price as employed
post #162 of 249
Has anyone posted photos of Gordon Yao's suits? I'm thinking about trying him next month for a basic business suit.
post #163 of 249
Gordon is good, but slow. Cheaper if you do CMT.
post #164 of 249
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Gordon is good, but slow. Cheaper if you do CMT.

Quite normal in my experience and if you ask him to meet a date - so long as it is sensible he will.
post #165 of 249
Thread Starter 
GY can make a suit in 3 days
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