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  1. UKyank

    What a WW Chan looks like with no fittings

    I was passing through Hong Kong the beginning of the month, did not forsee myself being back there anythime soon, had read numerous good reviews of WW Chan tailor, and though I knew my schedule was too brief to set up fittings I figured why not give them a try anyways. So in case anyone was...
  2. Beardman

    Blue Glen Plaid suiting recommendations?

    I'm about to see Patrick of W.W. Chan, and I'd like commission a blue glen plaid suit. Nothing too crazy. Weight should be in 10 - 11 oz range, give or take. Looking on the web only (no swatches), I've come across Scabal Eton 751391 and 752104: and Harrison's Frontier 65047 (on left...
  3. apple3210

    Hong Kong Shirt Tailors - WW Chan vs Ascot Chang?

    Hey guys, i know there are a fair few HK shirt tailor threads, but i haven't found one comparing these two. So for those with experience, how would you compare WW Chan and Ascot Chang shirts? Keep in mind, i'm aiming for around $150 max per shirt and only have about 4-5 days. Thanks
  4. silvercitynyc

    Definitive List of Bespoke Tailors – NYC (Traveling or Domestic)

    After literally reading through hours upon hours of past threads, I have decided it may be best to consolidate a definitive (and current) "SF-approved" list of tailors who regularly travel to NYC (or are located in the NYC metro area) that make high quality full bespoke suits for sub-$3,500...
  5. sklim8

    Bespoke Suits in HK

    Hello all, I am a newbie who is finally looking to take the leap of faith into bespoke suits. There are certainly lots of information in this forum, and based on my research I have narrowed down my choices to WW Chan and Lee Baron (I live in HK). I purposely picked the two, as they seemed to...
  6. yeahdog

    Noob wedding suit - RTW or Chan

    Have been lurking for a while and appreciate the information, advice, and opinions here so thought I'd ask. I'm getting married next May and would like to look presentable for the occasion. I'm 31, about 6 feet, 180 lbs, no weird deformities. Have five or six 40R suits in rotation of the...
  7. JLibourel

    Dry Cleaning 3-Roll-2 jackets?

    A few years back, Patrick Chu of W.W. Chan decided that the three-roll-two was a better look for me. As a result, four of my Chan jackets are 3-roll-2, and four of my five Chan suits have this configuration. I never gave the matter too much thought until I got a grease spot on my newest suit...
  8. Beardman

    W. W. Chan dinner suit commission

    Hi everyone, I'm a new member of this forum but have silently listened for some time to the sage advice offered here. Here's the advice I now need myself: I'm about to commission W. W. Chan to make up a dinner suit for me during Patrick's next trip to the States. I've had six suits, four odd...
  9. bigbucky

    Quality of WW Chan's "details" (i.e. buttons, zippers, etc)

    Tried looking through a bunch of old posts but mostly long range shots. What kind of buttons do they use for suits? Wood, bone, plastic? Do you have to request one? Is there hand stitching on jacket and pants? Is that extra? What brand RTW suit would you compare it to in terms of the...

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