Caruso in Soragna?

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    7smcb Active Member

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    Has anyone visited the Caruso factory shop in Soragna recently?

    I am visiting nearby next month and wondering what I can expect in terms of selection and pricing?
     
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    Bump - anyone been at all? Anyone have thoughts on any differences between Maco Caruso and the other lines - previous threads on the topic are a little old...
     
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    Ok, given the deafening response, I'll broaden it - what would one expect to pay for a Caruso or MACO suit in Italy?
     
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    aristoi bcn Senior member

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    I think this is a difficult question to answer because Caruso has different ranges and levels of finishing and hundreds of retailers (with their own label or with Caruso's own). Some older stuff could be found discounted sin some places too.

    I would suggest you to stop by the flagship store in Milano and have a look at their products.

    I guess their average retail price for a suit would be around 1.2K, but it depends a lot on the fabric.

    Best,
     
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    Thx very much. I am somewhat familar with Caruso's own brand and some of the stuff they make for Boggi - tips for stuff they make for other Italian retailers worth seeking out would be very welcome.

    When you say 1.2K - that is in euros?
     
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    Yes, euros.
     

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