Sandro isn't necessarily pure evil, depending on the place you intend to use it. And that place is the nightclub, not work.
I second the commenter above that it's purely for fashion. I own a black Sandro blazer bought on sale for ~$250 at Bloomingdales that I bring traveling and for clubs etc. t's perfect for those occasions in that I don't care if a drink spills on it and I'm aiming for a fashion-forward look. The fit is excellent, I get components on it all the time and girls love it.
But I would never wear it for business or any situation that required a classic look. The aggressive waist suppression and peak lapels make it an excellent fashion look but completely inappropriate for meeting clients.
In terms of quality... Well, It's almost certainly fused. I would only buy it on sale (which happens frequently at Bloomingdales and gilt/myhabit). The $250 I paid is probably the max one should pay. But I needed a club jacket and this fits the bill perfectly. The fabric on mine is pretty decent, but the construction is unquestionably subpar relative to any decent suit. Dropping $1k on a Sandro suit would not be good value in my mind.
Hope this helps.