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post #31 of 34
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I was going to ask for a Brioni type shoulder as well in my suit, I guess we'll see what happens.
Would you let us know how that turns out?  I've yet to hear anything about Chan's ability to do other silhouettes. dan
post #32 of 34
I'm tentatively planning to go on Friday at 8:30 AM but I may have to meet up with them in SF instead because I have a meeting in LV early Friday afternoon and with the way traffic has been lately I may just not chance it and meet with them Monday as I will be in the bay area early that week.
post #33 of 34
I see Chan (or should I say Patrick) in Washington, DC, tomorrow. I believe that with WW Chan it is really best to begin in HK and have proper fittings, etc. This has worked well for me for many years with subsequent US visits. I get a very specific three button jacket, rolled to the just below the top button----Madison Avenue Ivy League custom tailors and infomercially oriented Leonard Logsdail (in his Sackville Street life) could not do it as I wished (Logsdail even put in darts against my wishes---it became a tax deduction and a waste of 3.5 yards of H Lesser worsted). I must say that Chan has successfully replicated my details without only a minor mistake or two, easily and coureously remedied. I think it is a bit risky to do a first purchase from the States.
post #34 of 34
I see Chan (or should I say Patrick) in Washington, DC, tomorrow. I believe that with WW Chan it is really best to begin in HK and have proper fittings, etc. This has worked well for me for many years with subsequent US visits. I get a very specific three button jacket, rolled to the just below the top button----Madison Avenue Ivy League custom tailors and infomercially oriented Leonard Logsdail (in his Sackville Street life) could not do it as I wished (Logsdail even put in darts against my wishes---it became a tax deduction and a waste of 3.5 yards of H Lesser worsted). I must say that Chan has successfully replicated my details without only a minor mistake or two, easily and courteously remedied. I think it is a bit risky to do a first purchase from the States.
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