He obviously have a niche that doesn't involve anyone who's ever seen the inside of a cubicle.
At least the stuff is well made and looks better on most stars than a lot of the designer stuff out there.
Hm, no, I wouldn't say so. To really create a difference between collections I will need to see a clear difference in cuts and styling. He tries to convey that with the different (suit) models for every seasons look book, but as long as I know it's a model that's been around for a while, I don't see a collection as new.
TF himself stated that he'd like to create a timeless look, which kinda voids the need for new collections, though.
But you are right though that if you walked into a TF store the majority would still be the wide lapeled, 5 button cuff versions (if the cuff buttons were sewn on)
The house tailor put four cuff buttons onto the sleeves, without me specifically asking for it.
I have a MTM TF suit with the wider peak lapels. For my body type, it looks good. I dont think I could pull off the super skinny lapel look. The new collection still looks sick though. As a previous poster pointed out, what you see on the website is usually not what you will see in the boutique.