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post #301 of 393
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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post

LOL at the dozens of guys in this thread telling how they almost get an orgasm at the thought of ordering anything from BnT, and at the same time expressing their worries that prices may go up...

I think that's because it easy to find a great tailor in Europe (Kotaro, Ciardi etc...), and that often tailor from other part of the world have a tendancy to upcharge more than reason when they come here, so if the upcharge is too big and that i have to go often in London, i prefer to go to Napoli or Firenze for exemple.

 

I have the price, i'll put them here this evening.

post #302 of 393
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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post

LOL at the dozens of guys in this thread telling how they almost get an orgasm at the thought of ordering anything from BnT, and at the same time expressing their worries that prices may go up...
Oh well that's life..
post #303 of 393

For the price :

 

Current starting price with fabric:
Suit 22000 SEK ~ 1590 GBP
Jacket 17000 SEK ~ 1226 GBP
Trousers 5800 SEK ~ 418 GBP
Coat 24000 SEK ~ 1730 GBP
Polo coat 26500 SEK ~ 1911 GBP

post #304 of 393
Thank you for this as it gives a rough guideline on ballpark figures to expect.
post #305 of 393

London Trunk Show has been confirmed. Robin will be staying in St Jame's Court - Taj Hotel - from 4-6 February taking orders for B&Tailor. As Erik said few pages back, garments are cut and made by B&Tailor. Prices for a suit in "regular" fabric will start at £1800.

You can book an appointment with Robin at robin@rp-tailor.com

post #306 of 393
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Originally Posted by ammanati View Post

London Trunk Show has been confirmed. Robin will be staying in St Jame's Court - Taj Hotel - from 4-6 February taking orders for B&Tailor. As Erik said few pages back, garments are cut and made by B&Tailor. Prices for a suit in "regular" fabric will start at £1800.
You can book an appointment with Robin at robin@rp-tailor.com

I was quoted by Robin with same prices mentioned two posts ago. In the suit case 1590 GBP, including fabric.
post #307 of 393
Nice. Like to see the expansion
post #308 of 393

Robin will be taking payments in SEK so I guess it depends on the exchange rate, additional charges etc. Now, official price is 23000SEK - was told today. The way I pay for international orders it would be about £1800. 

post #309 of 393
A Korean tailor taking appts. in London and taking payment in Swedish Krona? LOL, what the hell is going on here?
post #310 of 393
Robin's not Korean though. He takes measurements for them. In Sweden, he also offers his own tailoring services, shirts from D'Avino and takes measurements for Edesim Napoli (at least he used to). Don't know if he'll only offer BnT when going to London.
post #311 of 393
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A Korean tailor taking appts. in London and taking payment in Swedish Krona? LOL, what the hell is going on here?

I wonder how he handles VAT? Are those prices quoted including Swedish 25% VAT?
post #312 of 393
Has anyone heard updates on US B&T? Either or both of made to measure and a tour?
post #313 of 393
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I wonder how he handles VAT? Are those prices quoted including Swedish 25% VAT?

Robin confirmed those prices include Swedish VAT

post #314 of 393
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Originally Posted by hookem12387 View Post

Has anyone heard updates on US B&T? Either or both of made to measure and a tour?

 

John (Notice of Appearance) will be launching US B&T MTM service very soon. He will be based in NYC.

I don't think US tour is planned at this time :)

 

Email John directly (his contact info is here on this thread few pages back) and he should be able to give you more updates :)

post #315 of 393
I took some pictures of Andreas Weinås' first fitting with Robin Pettersson for his new blue hopsack sport coat yesterday. Robin is also wearing a really nice BnT sport coat BTW:








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