No, I believe WW Chan is true bespoke. Â They start by creating a paper pattern for you and are not limited by existing "models" as are MTM. Â The price is less than one would pay for MTM at, say, Barney's because labor costs are much lower and there is not the same spend on advertising, overheads, etc. In the end, while I would agree with earlier posters that a poorly made custom suit is a bad investment in the abstract, because a tailor is actually taking your measurements and ostensibly making the suit just for you, it seems more likely that you will get a better fit than by buying off the rack. Â Buying off the rack, it is highly unlikely that you will get a perfect fit of all your dimensions and you will have to place yourself in the hands of a local tailor to do alterations that may or may not work out as you expected. Â Even if your "custom" suit needs to be altered because of improper execution, at least from the outset it will generally (although not always) more closely fit your dimensions than an OTR suit. Â As other posters have noted, if you look at some Hong Kong custom suits as works in progress when delivered, potentially needing further local tweaking, then one would expect the fit to be a lot better than OTR, potentially, unless you just happen to find that suitmaker that fits you perfectly. While many have praised certain suit brands on this board for their wonderful construction, the fact remains that if the suits do not fit the wearer properly, they will look decidedly subpar, despite their construction. Â Certain photos posted on this board and AA (I will not name names) illustrate this proposition. As an addendum, many hong kong tailors charge $600-800 for a suit and they are not terrible quality by any means (in fact, some are quite a bit nicer than $1500 suits I've seen in Barneys, etc.). Â So to suggest that it is a bad idea to go this route is ill-informed.