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post #16 of 17
FCS: sorry for the late reply.. For some reason, I forgot I had written the previous post under the "dry cleaners" thread, and just remembered which thread it was in. I'm originally from a small town in New Brunswick and spent 6 years in TO for my grad studies. Other than the extremely low income I was making in those days, I keep very good souvenirs of the city. For those who haven't been there, Toronto is a very unique place, and definitely worth a visit. As Sophia Loren once claimed: it's the world's true melting pot. Torontonians could dress better though, especially women. It seems they only care about their clothes when they go clubbing on saturday night. Hm. Alias: I agree Itaewon is rather low-key.. But I don't mind Hahn being located there if this lowers the cost of his suits. By the way, I'm in the process of getting my second suit made from him. Some beige-gray fabric from Samsung. The first suit had some minor fitting flaws in the upper torso area, and on the shoulders. They took note, and hopefully these can be fixed for the second suit. After that, I'll get the Hahn vs Zenith review posted on askandy. As I expect it to be a rather lengthy post with pictures, I hope this doesn't break down totally his website ;-). bern
post #17 of 17
I believe in certain more cosmopolitan cities they have special dry cleaners which cater exclusively to haute couture, and the like. Perchance they also service men's high end garments such as tailored wear, etc.
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