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post #241 of 1822

Gordon Yao and WW CHan seem to have a lot of positive feedbacks here in SF. Anyone who purchased from them recently?

post #242 of 1822
I just dropped off some cloth for my first CMT jacket with Gordon Yao. Will keep this thread updated with the final result.
post #243 of 1822
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I just dropped off some cloth for my first CMT jacket with Gordon Yao. Will keep this thread updated with the final result.

What was the price for CMT?
post #244 of 1822
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Originally Posted by mrclam View Post

I just dropped off some cloth for my first CMT jacket with Gordon Yao. Will keep this thread updated with the final result.

What was the price for CMT?

6k
post #245 of 1822

Does anyone know any places with a good selection of socks (besides The Armoury)?

post #246 of 1822
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Does anyone know any places with a good selection of socks (besides The Armoury)?
pantherella available at lane crawford (tsim sha tsui, central, admiralty and causeway bay)
pantherella also available at ascot chang (peninsular hotel but not sure if they carry it in other branches)
corgi (to the best of my knowledge, nowhere to be found in hong kong)
gallo at tassels, landmark, central
sorley at the armoury, pedder street, central
church's (pacific place/prince's) carry socks too (maybe john lobbs at mandarin oriental or burluti at prince's building too???)
you may also try brooks brothers or even uniqlo scattered around the city.

anyway, the internet seems to have better options and a better price point.
post #247 of 1822
Some discounted Hong Kong goods in case anyone is interested who wears around a size 38 can be seen in the link below:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/285504/w-w-chan-and-peter-lee-in-w-bill-harrisons-minnis-and-p-h/0_30
post #248 of 1822
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6k

Not a bad price.
post #249 of 1822
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Not a bad price.

Going for my second fitting this weekend, looking forward to it.
post #250 of 1822
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Gordon Yao and WW CHan seem to have a lot of positive feedbacks here in SF. Anyone who purchased from them recently?

Ordered a suit from Chan on their last U.S. tour in November. Anything in particular you want to know?
post #251 of 1822
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Does anyone know any places with a good selection of socks (besides The Armoury)?

What has this to do with "Hong Kong Tailors? That is the thread title, hi-jacking threads is an irritant that new posters would do well to avoid from the start.
post #252 of 1822
post #253 of 1822

Gordon quoted me cmt for USD $1020 for his Australian trip. That's quite a bit of difference to 6k HkD! Hmm...annoying..

 

post #254 of 1822
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Gordon quoted me cmt for USD $1020 for his Australian trip. That's quite a bit of difference to 6k HkD! Hmm...annoying..

did that include pants? My quote was for jacket only, and close to 1700HKD sounds close to his rate for pants.
post #255 of 1822
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did that include pants? My quote was for jacket only, and close to 1700HKD sounds close to his rate for pants.


Yes it did - so I guess it makes a bit more sense now. 

 

 

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