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  1. potter AB

    Ongoing Bespoke Projects

    London last week. Just a blazer. However in an interesting cloth, Springram 16 oz. First fitting. Sleeves will be shortened a tad.
  2. potter AB

    The Tailors' Thread: Fit Feedback and Alteration Suggestions

    Your anatomy is not to blame. That is why you go to a tailor. As this tailor charges you more than anyone else in London, you'll have to confront him with the fact that you're not happy at all. He cannot leave it there. The result just does not meet your expectations. Nor his! Your tailor once...
  3. potter AB

    Pitti Uomo 105 - the pictures, the styles

    the Crompton-i-zation of menswear PS Thanx for all pics
  4. potter AB

    Fawn cavalry twill suit?

    S.Crompton's suit by Chittleborough & Morgan was cavalry twill by Dugdale, same weight as yours. Here's another C&M suit in dark grey 4218 cavalry twill by Dugdale https://sartorialnotes.com/2016/04/20/chittleborough-morgan-suits/ At C&M they like cavalry twill suits
  5. potter AB

    Unfunded Liabilities: a/k/a The Cloth Thread

    Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, where it was founded by a German that wisely had fled his country in 1938. Scabal were among the first (if not the very first?) to present fabrics in bunches.
  6. potter AB

    Ongoing Bespoke Projects

    Congratulations! Looks like Mr. Morgan's bench. What kind i.e quality of seersucker did you go for? Wishing you a lot of wear
  7. potter AB

    Unfunded Liabilities: a/k/a The Cloth Thread

    This 50%wool/50% linen from Drapers' Portofino bunch might be an option. The screen doesn't show that the fabric does have some texture as it is natté, a basket weave with interwoven yarns. https://drapersitaly.it/bh-en/collection/25023/
  8. potter AB

    Ongoing Bespoke Projects

    FYI Davide Taub will be travelling to the US next week
  9. potter AB

    Ongoing Bespoke Projects

    Thank you! Good bespoke will not chose the path of rationalization, reduction, optimizing labour etc. Hence I do not grab the essence of another recent thread in this forum. It compared two jackets (one bespoke, the other RTW or MTM) by the same maker. The bespoke item looked rather like a rtw...
  10. potter AB

    Bespoke Wedding Suit - London Tailor Recommendations Please!

    If you're in London I'd certainly stay there and visit a couple of tailoring shops that cut on the premises. Be as honest to them as to yourself about this project with regard to price & deadline. Many options off Row, e.g. Sims & MacDonald ( £ 1500-2000), Timothy Everest (around 3 k), Benson &...
  11. potter AB

    First bespoke suit?

    FWIW Davide Taub from Gieves & Hawkes comes to NY at the end of this week. He trained with E. Sexton, so he can make you a structured suit, however with a lighter construction than traditional British, also he might use lighter fabrics like the French that still drape well and still look...
  12. potter AB

    Ongoing Bespoke Projects

    I see. But in a way that will be neither fowl nor fish. Why? Shirts like Filson are made of heavy shirting, that is cotton or cotton/wool blends. They're unlined. A heavy twill like yours will have to be lined, otherwise you'll hardly get the "shirt" on and off. Remember the fabric 20-22 oz...
  13. potter AB

    Ongoing Bespoke Projects

    Because of its rather flat appearance cavalry twill is mainly used for trousering, as you know, however several tailors make suits out of it, e.g. in navy or charcoal. Yours does seem to have kind of a marled appearance. In the weight you have (20-22 oz.?) it won't be a jacket for summer...
  14. potter AB

    Traveling tailor question

    Another A&S expatriate Karl Matthews is the cutter for English Cut.
  15. potter AB

    Ongoing Bespoke Projects

    I have always found Timothy Everest good at designing pieces for these in-between situations. His garments are often not formal yet still stylish. His team with Lee is very good at the bespeaking part of the project, i.e. the process of finding out what you want. Have a look at...
  16. potter AB

    Ongoing Bespoke Projects

    Looks as if quite some customers have had similar experiences, though, based on what you read in the comment section for the last three months. Also, Jeffery Diduch dissected a jacket by B&Tailor in March last year that was given to him because it did not fit the bespeaker. It had not been...
  17. potter AB

    Bespoke similar to RLPL

    You might give Davide Taub from Gieves & Hawkes a try. Very British. He'll be in NY in 4 weeks.
  18. potter AB

    Ongoing Bespoke Projects

    Thank you for sharing :colgate: Definitely looking forward to hearing/seeing more about your project (tailor, cloth, impressions).
  19. potter AB

    Ongoing Bespoke Projects

     Thank you for sharing, Dannefalk. Looks promising so far. Definitely interested in knowing more about AW Bauer and your experience with them.
  20. potter AB

    Tailored Stories: An Oral History of Savile Row

    Interesting background stories about the trade indeed.It is especially great to hear and see all those young people willing to learn the craft again :colgate:

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