I had recently a suit done from the following makers: Brioni - London Bruton Street (MTM) - Super 150, Navy Birds-Eye Kiton - Milan (MTM) - Super 180, Navy Sharkskin Rubinacci - Milan (Bespoke) - Navy, Super 130 with 5% Cashmere, Navy Heringbone I received all three garments at the same time. They all feel extremely comfortable and light and wear very well. However, after wearing all three suits my friends and my wife say that the one that looks the best on me. Allsuits are 3-button, notched lapel, slanted pockets with ticket pocket, double-pleated, fly,button, turn-up pants. So the style is very similar on all three suits with the only difference in cloth material. However, all my friends believe that the Brioni looks the most stylish. The general view is that the Rubinacci cut is a bit to casual and more "old-school", whilst the Kiton compared to the Brioni does not have the same slim-sport structure. I just thought I will share these views forum-members. I am happy with all three, but I also think that the Brioni looks more my age (30). I must say the master-tailor Donato in the Brioni shop on Bruton Street in London is very good. Although the service is not Bespoke and the customer only has only one try-on in the beginning and the end (when the finished garment comes from Rome), he was very good in taking my measurements and body-specifics. When my suit arrived in London it felt like a glove and did not need any alteration. Kiton provides a similar service in Milan. However when my suit did arrive from Naples, it needed quiete a bit of work on the waist and the arms also needed more shortening. Unfortunately I did not have the chance to meet Mr. Rubinacci during my three-trials for my Rubinacci suit from Milan. His son was very helpful together with the tailors in Milan and gave me very good advise during the construction of the suit. What was interesting for me was that while the Brioni and Kiton suits are not Bespoke they feel the same as the Rubinacci. I guess it is the handwork involved in all three products.