I was in a discussion with another member here regarding how bespoke tailors have more than one tailor in house to do different aspects. It is my understanding that nearly all tailors have more than one person who make different aspects of the suit nowadays. I'm pretty sure all the big houses, all Saville Row tailors, Rubinacci, etc, have at least a few tailors, if not around at least a half dozen who work on different aspects of the suit. I don't seem to be bothered by this. In fact, it may be better to have specialists make different aspects of the suit. Someone who cuts, does button holes, etc. I know that even Kabbaz, whom I assume has a rather limited output, has someone who specifically makes the button holes on his shirts. In fact, I think it's nice that more tailors are being employed. I'm not referring to outsourcing tailoring, but tailors that work in-house. So how rare is it to have one tailor who makes the entire suit? Do you think having multiple in-house tailors is a bad thing? What about in the past? The so-called old school style of tailoring.