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I am planning a trip to Milan in October and I am trying to identify worthwhile shirtmakers and tailors to check out, more to make souvenir pieces and for the adventure than to build my wardrobe. I'm having some trouble with shirtmakers. Besides the famous Siniscalchi, I have found the following:

Anna Camiceria Dal 1960
Camiceria Barone
Camiceria Ambrosiana
Camiceria Alessandra

Besides Sinischalchi's costing twice what I normally spend on bespoke shirts, he requires too many fittings for my short stay and he may not not want to make the garments I'm interested in (sahariane). Does anyone have info about these other shirtmakers?
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I am planning a trip to Milan in October and I am trying to identify worthwhile shirtmakers and tailors to check out, more to make souvenir pieces and for the adventure than to build my wardrobe. I'm having some trouble with shirtmakers. Besides the famous Siniscalchi, I have found the following:

Anna Camiceria Dal 1960
Camiceria Barone
Camiceria Ambrosiana
Camiceria Alessandra

Besides Sinischalchi's costing twice what I normally spend on bespoke shirts, he requires too many fittings for my short stay and he may not not want to make the garments I'm interested in (sahariane). Does anyone have info about these other shirtmakers?

Of all of those, the only one that I have seen the work of, and heard good reviews of, besides, is Anna Camiceria.  There are some reviews on her on the forum from way back when as well, right?  I think that some of the oldtimers (maybe @Manton) have used her before, but I can't remember.  Worth a quick search.

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Really? Are you sure you are not confabulating her with Anna Matuozo of Naples?
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Really? Are you sure you are not confabulating her with Anna Matuozo of Naples?

Ah crap, I totally am.  Well, you are back to square one.  How are you these days anyway?

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Well I was okay now I am ruined
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