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post #1921 of 2416
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

care to share for the purpose of transparency and new avenues of communication?

No. smile.gif
post #1922 of 2416
A fun idea... but one that requires tailors to constantly fill in the data -- and even photos!

I doubt most (all?) of them have time and willingness to do so -- especially given the hectic tempo of work in most (all?) of tailors' workshops.

Andrey
post #1923 of 2416
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Originally Posted by andreyb2 View Post

A fun idea... but one that requires tailors to constantly fill in the data -- and even photos!

I doubt most (all?) of them have time and willingness to do so -- especially given the hectic tempo of work in most (all?) of tailors' workshops.

Andrey

My thought exactly. I predict a few months of active updating, trailing off to silence and threats of lawsuits.
post #1924 of 2416
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

It's possible that a customer suggested these features.
I think Edwin was on the first US trip during which A&S first tried to bring fittings to American clients. So, few have his traveling track record.
I got a note today from one of SF's most knowledgable members that he might have had his best first fittings ever on this visit. I was very happy to hear this.
Anyway, there aren't many tailors this good left. Seek them out and use them while you can, wherever they are.

If i remember correctly he told me that his first trip over here was with Edward Sexton, in his pre A&S days
post #1925 of 2416
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Originally Posted by jeff13007 View Post


If i remember correctly he told me that his first trip over here was with Edward Sexton, in his pre A&S days

What you and vox wrote could both be true.

post #1926 of 2416
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Originally Posted by Master Shake View Post

What you and vox wrote could both be true.

Yup, i was just emphasizing what vox was saying about his traveling record.
post #1927 of 2416
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Originally Posted by andreyb2 View Post

A fun idea... but one that requires tailors to constantly fill in the data -- and even photos!
I doubt most (all?) of them have time and willingness to do so -- especially given the hectic tempo of work in most (all?) of tailors' workshops.
Andrey
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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post

My thought exactly. I predict a few months of active updating, trailing off to silence and threats of lawsuits.

Perhaps. But, perhaps not.

We'll see.
post #1928 of 2416
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

No. smile.gif

expected biggrin.gif
post #1929 of 2416
So, on this Steed trip, I've ordered my first bespoke coat: a covert coat in Minnis 2006.

I'm happy.
post #1930 of 2416
I got a bespoke coat before Vox. confused.gif

When you're happy, we are happy.
post #1931 of 2416
Vox, I presume the latest post from your blog is Steed?

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post #1932 of 2416
Looks like NSM,which by the way looks great.
post #1933 of 2416
The lapels suggest that, but I don't see the front dart to the hem. Also the lapel buttonhole is very English looking and the overall length suggests Steed.
post #1934 of 2416
Not NSM. Different shoulders and beast pocket.
post #1935 of 2416
^Good call. Could be MBT™
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