I tend to be the only 16/20 advocate on these boards and stopped by the sale yesterday. Pretty slim pickings. There were about 50 shirts in odd sizes -- lots of 15/35 and 17.5/37, etc. -- for $65. A few nice polo shirts in all sizes (I picked one up) for $25. A smattering of ties, belts and large sweaters. There were lots of trousers in larger/smaller sizes -- 30 and 36+. Mostly unattractive wools (light green and so forth), but not bad. The coup for me were jackets. They did several in the 40R range and I picked up an olive tweed and a lighter French blue (unfinished so I'll have to get button, holes sewn, etc.) for $150 each. I tried to get the guy to tell me who did them and he claimed they were true samples, but the tailors tag on the blue one said Ciccarelli. I'd guess Boglioli did the tweed since that's who does their new suits. The best was for women however. Lots of shirts, trousers, suits and even a couple of nice overcoats ($250/each). Their womens' shirts are narrowly cut and the suits were small sizes (4s and 6s, mostly). If you have a smaller girlfriend, I'd suggest going with her as she'll appreciate it more. For guys, unless you're a 39-40, it's mostly missable. To answer questions: the store is located in Nolita on Elizabeth between Spring and Houston. The sale is in the rear garden area, which may not be obvious. They used to do alterations on premises (in basement), but I don't know about now. The tailoring program sounds a LOT more MTM to me -- they take measurements (not that any one of them is a tailor), and they send those to the factory in Italy where the garment gets made. It's custom presumably in that they don't have stock patterns they alter, but I wouldn't call it a real custom program.