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AFAIK, the demand for bespoke suits in China isn't that big. Unless you count Hong Kong as part of China. But on the mainland, bespoke tailors are usually invited out as a way to lend status to an event. So some big wig might throw some big promotional event for whatever reason, and he'll invite a bunch of companies -- including Savile Row tailors -- in order to make the event look more prestigious. But the tailors aren't raking in that many orders from those things (although, from what I understand, Poole has a stand out there).

Steed tells me San Francisco is now their second biggest city, in terms of orders.

Ambrosi stopped coming out to San Francisco for separate reasons, not connected to the Wingtip carrying SC.

Thanks for the insight. I wonder how many orders Paone was looking to fill? Good luck with solito.
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Steed tells me San Francisco is now their second biggest city, in terms of orders.
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Wow! Impressive. Go SF!
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Steed tells me San Francisco is now their second biggest city, in terms of orders.
 

 

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Bumping this. We have six or seven orders in California, which means if just one or two more people join, we can organize a trip. Anyone interested? The cuts are really nice.
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