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post #31 of 1983
To add to that: sports coat from Gordon Yao is 5200 CMT
post #32 of 1983
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Originally Posted by Wongtouski View Post
I'm in the process of making a suit from Moustache on Aberdeen st. Run by two american guys. Looking forward to my second fitting this week. So far so good though, they close the shop when they do your fitting, and they're quite detail oriented.

Ok, but they are not tailors and also the suit is fused, as far as I know. I wish you luck.
post #33 of 1983
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Originally Posted by Fishball View Post
Ok, but they are not tailors and also the suit is fused, as far as I know. I wish you luck.

Damn, serious?
post #34 of 1983
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Originally Posted by afterglow View Post
I made a few phone calls today and spoke to the proprietors personally. I got the following prices for a CMT suit, fully canvassed.

Peter Lee quoted me HKD3,500 for a jacket, HKD1,100 for pants and HKD1,200 for a vest.

Y William Yu wanted HKD5,000 for the suit, HKD1,300 for a vest.

Gordon Yao wants HKD7,500 for the suit, HKD 2,200 for a vest.

All were very nice and accommodating. I'm surprised that Peter's prices have gone up so much.....

But what about the fabrics?
These prices are the lowest he does for his standard fabric (whatever that may be)?

Or you provide the fabric?
post #35 of 1983
Cmt = bring your own cloth. Figure 200 usd or more with cloth included
post #36 of 1983
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Originally Posted by Wongtouski View Post
Damn, serious?

Yes, serious, they are "designer" as I know, but not fashion designer, so I really wish you luck.
I think the suit will be half fused half canvassed at best in this price.
post #37 of 1983
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Originally Posted by RogerC View Post
To add to that: sports coat from Gordon Yao is 5200 CMT

Interesting, I don't know Gordon price go up that much. He charged me just 3,700 for a CMT jacket last year!

I will go to find out by myself on Sat.
post #38 of 1983
Has anyone got any experience of having a coat tailored in HK?
post #39 of 1983
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Originally Posted by Fishball View Post
Interesting, I don't know Gordon price go up that much. He charged me just 3,700 for a CMT jacket last year!

I will go to find out by myself on Sat.

Thank you, that would be appreciated if you could keep us posted because I am interested to know this information as well.
post #40 of 1983
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Originally Posted by JTA View Post
Thank you, that would be appreciated if you could keep us posted because I am interested to know this information as well.

I'm interested as well, I emailed Gordon before the new year and his price was in the 5000 range. I'm secretly hoping the 7500 quote included cloth.
post #41 of 1983
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Originally Posted by mrclam View Post
I'm interested as well, I emailed Gordon before the new year and his price was in the 5000 range. I'm secretly hoping the 7500 quote included cloth.

5000 range is what I thought. I will find it out this afternoon. Will report back later.
post #42 of 1983
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Originally Posted by Fishball View Post
5000 range is what I thought. I will find it out this afternoon. Will report back later.

Can you also ask him his prices for CMT on SC and suits.
post #43 of 1983
Those are what we have been discussing all along. That said, looking forward to getting more info as well.
post #44 of 1983
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Originally Posted by RogerC View Post
Those are what we have been discussing all along. That said, looking forward to getting more info as well.

Hmm... I visit Gordon today, and yes, his price is going up especially on CMT. For the new customers, he is enforcing the new price. For the old customers, now is in a "grace period," but it won't last long.
So, sorry guys, have to say this poor news.
post #45 of 1983
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Originally Posted by Fishball View Post
Hmm... I visit Gordon today, and yes, his price is going up especially on CMT. For the new customers, he is enforcing the new price. For the old customers, now is in a "grace period," but it won't last long.
So, sorry guys, have to say this poor news.

What is the new quote?
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