The dates haven't been set yet, partly because we don't know if we can even get the requisite number of orders. We're close at this point, however, and I'm talking with Steed about possibly coming out for the orders we have.
The purpose of the trip is to simply give men an opportunity to buy a suit from Steed Bespoke Tailors. You can read more about Steed on their website
. Edwin DeBoise, the co-founder and cutter at Steed, makes a very unique and interesting silhouette based off of the London drape cut. Slightly fuller in the chest, very soft shoulders, and a nipped waist. It's a traditional English suit with a softer construction, and is said to give some men a more flattering, athletic shape.
I'm hoping to put a final call on orders in the next couple of weeks, as we either have enough interest or we don't, so if your members are interested, please have them contact me soon. If there is enough interest, we can persuade Steed to add one more stop to their US tours. As is, they only visit parts of the East Coast and Chicago.
Note, I'm organizing this because I'm interested in becoming a client of Steed, not because I have any other business relationship with them.