I noticed on their tumblr that they will have a US trunk show, so I wanted to share my experience with Regent Handtailored from Germany. They are widely available in Germany as RTW, but are also offering high end MTM. They are a traditional German brand, still doing all of their production there, but they have been restarted with a new owner recently to invest more into global marketing (which still needs some work in my opinion).
Their suits and sport coats, however, are very nice. They use very high quality light canvas and are very easy to wear, yet do not appear shapeless. To keep prices reasonable, they use hand work where ever it improves the garment (collars, shoulders, button holes, etc), but they will attach the canvas with a machine that creates a more uniform tension and thus can also work with extremely light fabrics. The machine is not very modern, though, it is specially modified for them and needs skilled workers to operate correctly. The result is that stitching is slightly more precise and less visible than on the Italian jackets (some might say it is too perfect, typically German).
Due to their relatively small workshop (less than 50 people work in production), they can run a very flexible MTM program that also allows some further ad-hoc modifications.
Their traditional RTW cuts are a little bit old-fashioned, with slightly oversize shoulders and a clean breast without drape. They now also have newer cuts. I do have three pieces of their older cut (RTW from 2-3 years ago), but the cut is not optimal for my wide shoulders and breast. I am having an MTM suit made currently with the new cut, which looks very promising and might be a nice complement in style (more classic business lokk) to my Orazio Luciano MTM jackets. Prices are a little bit less than Orazio Luciano, but I find them comparable in quality (not as much handwork, but even easier to wear). In fact, I do not see a difference to my single Kiton jacket except for its more luxurious cashmere fabric.
At least in Germany their are offering a second fitting with an unfinished garments, which is rare for MTM (the images on the tumblr of the fitting are actually mine).
The current images on the web do not really do justice to the pieces, but I handled the superlight cashmere jacket that is also on the blog and it is a fantastic piece. This will be my next commission, but the fabric has not yet arrived at the factory (though most of it is already reserved). If there is interest I can post more detail images. So if anyone is able to visit the US trunk show, share your impressions here.