scottmag: speaking for myself only, the article struck me as fairly typical of the kind of treatment one finds all too often in high-end "lifestyle" magazines. Â There is an emphasis on price and renown over quality; many of the makers treated are not true tailors yet have the sack to charge more than real tailors; deserving, terrific tailors and makers are left out; the pictures are not that helpful. Â Also, the authors of these articles too often don't really know much about the field, and it shows. In this instance, some of the info was good. Â I was glad to see them include at least one true tailor-atelier (Logsdail) amidst the other primo brand names. Â But the photos were not so useful. Â Some of the clothing really did look bad, and would be bad at almost any price. Â And I just think that those crazy exotic fabrics are not worth the money. Â Most of the people I know who truly love clothes will always pick an H. Lesser or Harrison worsted over a Super 180 or vicuna any day. Â And, if going bespoke, they prefer a real, stand-alone tailor to a brand name MTM program that charges more. The premise of the article was "expensive suits", not necessarily good suits. Â That premise was fulfilled in large measure, and that in a nutshell is my complaint.