Ems, a search on the topic of tailors here and at the AskAndy.com forum will give you quite a few results, a number of which will reflect acrimonious replies. However, there are some very interesting posts on the subject. I've never used Spano, and have no plans to do so; when I visited his shop in SFA, his rather snotty salesmen really turned me off. In addition, Spano's suit silhouette is stiffer in the chest, blade, and shoulders than perhaps what you're looking for, and the construction is less than ideal. I certainly don't mind the flamboyance the other posters have commented on. Although some others haven't had much good to say about Cheo Park in NYC, he does a version of the drape suit. I've never been able to afford to use him; a friend of mine has had several suits made by Cheo, and I think they're quite nice. Several posters (I won't cite names) found Cheo pompous, but I visited him once off the cuff when I was in Manhattan, introduced myself, and before I'd even mentioned my friend (and his customer), he stopped his cutting and chatted with me. This took place a few years ago when his shop was still street-level on 60th. Anyway, the suits my buddy has from him are quite nice; a slightly slimmer and more shaped drape cut than, say, Prince Charles's suits (which I personally think is a good thing). The detailing is well done. Perhaps I should say was, as he hasn't ordered from Cheo in several years. Anyway, unless he has recently moved, Cheo is still on 60th street in an office building, the address of which escapes me. Why not give him a ring and see if he's what you're looking for? In addition, Darren Beaman, who trained at A&S, travels to the U.S. several times a year, and does a Scholte-style cut; he's received praise from members here and at AskAndy.