I get your point, but just to clarify, are milanese buttonholes made by machines or hand?Literally every factory does Milanese buttonholes. I, personally, can do Milanese buttonholes; in my living room... on a train... on a plane... visiting a factory...
We're on this site to try to help each other not make mistakes and make proper investments, and not to be stubborn about what we read somewhere on a website or what words companies use to try to sell their products.
I haven't commissioned any suit from either Garrison or JF, however
- Garrison's mtm is made by Coppley which is proudly made in Canada, go to their website if you have any doubt, I already attached a picture in my previous reply. Their modern and handmade bespoke are both made in Canada if not on site. If I remember correctly, several style member already confirmed that before.
- JF may not cut his patterns on site, but it's done in a workshop outside Toronto. Maybe Bond's definition of bespoke requires suits to be cut on site, but I don't think it's too farfetched to call JF's suit bespoke because it is indeed basted fitting.