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post #256 of 1920
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I would like to know more about Empire, and how they rank...

Just do a search here and you will know all you need to know.
post #257 of 1920
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there´s very little, no review.

There you go!
post #258 of 1920
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there´s very little, no review.

I believe that most of us on this fora have used a bunch of HK tailors in the past with unfavorable results with the exception of WW Chan and Gordon Yao.

Thats not to say Empire or any other tailor is not competent to do a great job simply becuase of the lack of reviews here. Good luck!
post #259 of 1920
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only those two?

I think Baroman and A-man have also gotten good reviews.
post #260 of 1920
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Originally Posted by TheTukker View Post

I think Baroman and A-man have also gotten good reviews.
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would you guys say that those four are the only high quality in HK?

I wouldn't say that. I'm sure there are plenty of good tailors that aren't mentioned.
post #261 of 1920
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any you have tried that is worthy?

I've only tried Chan and Yao and have been very happy. I maybe trying Simpson Sin tailors soon.
post #262 of 1920
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great, let us know how it goes.

I will.
post #263 of 1920
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I've only tried Chan and Yao and have been very happy. I maybe trying Simpson Sin tailors soon.

Why??
post #264 of 1920
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cheaper??

 


so's raja's:embar:
post #265 of 1920
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Originally Posted by luk-cha View Post

Why??

Price is a factor and my brother just had something made there and it looks pretty good. And to try something new.
post #266 of 1920
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would you guys say that those four are the only high quality in HK?

I think these are indeed the four at the higher end of the (pricing) spectrum that have received favorable reviews here. Happy to be corrected though.
post #267 of 1920
Heading to HK in 3 weeks and plan to have several bespoke suits made: am looking for a very slim cut, cut to the bone cut; very high armholes; slim sleeves; single button; open quarters; double vent; natural shoulders (zero padding); no roping etc...

Are certain tailors in HK better at this type of cut/look than others, or will any of the aforementioned do?
post #268 of 1920
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Heading to HK in 3 weeks and plan to have several bespoke suits made: am looking for a very slim cut, cut to the bone cut; very high armholes; slim sleeves; single button; open quarters; double vent; natural shoulders (zero padding); no roping etc...
Are certain tailors in HK better at this type of cut/look than others, or will any of the aforementioned do?

Peter Lee can certainly do that if you request it. Honestly though, I'd think twice as a suit that tight really sounds like it won't be at all comfortable.
post #269 of 1920
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Originally Posted by Satorialist View Post

Heading to HK in 3 weeks and plan to have several bespoke suits made: am looking for a very slim cut, cut to the bone cut; very high armholes; slim sleeves; single button; open quarters; double vent; natural shoulders (zero padding); no roping etc...
Are certain tailors in HK better at this type of cut/look than others, or will any of the aforementioned do?
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Peter Lee can certainly do that if you request it. Honestly though, I'd think twice as a suit that tight really sounds like it won't be at all comfortable.

As can Chan and Yao.
post #270 of 1920
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Originally Posted by Slewfoot View Post

..... Honestly though, I'd think twice as a suit that tight really sounds like it won't be at all comfortable.

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