FYI, for Bemer, when I was last in Florence (about a year and a half ago), the San Frediano address was for bespoke only. Pret a porter and MTM were done out of the shop around the corner on Via di Camaldoli (less than five minutes away). The Via di Camaldoli store front not only was larger and contained the workshop, but it also had what seemed to be a larger display of styles, etc. Signore Bemer was also there on both occasions I showed up (and even gave me an umbrella when the skies suddenly opened as I was about to leave - and prior to my placing an order - a good man, no doubt). If you're in the mood for non-sartorial pleasures, while you're trekking between Bemer, Ugolini (right off Piazza Santo Spirito) and Madova at the end of the Ponte Vecchio, there is a store just to the northeast corner of Piazza Santo Spirito, on Via Santo Spirito, just west of the Ponte Santa Trinita which has some fantastic prints (name escapes me, but something like Puck). Then grab some amazing cured meats (at least twenty different cured hams (each still on the bone) from all over Italy) at Olio e Convivium across the street. Only other recs are do visit the Scuola di Cuoio at Santa Croce (even though every tourist book tells you to do so) - was interesting and the quality of the products was quite good. Also, Scriptorium for great papers - Piazza Pitti on the Oltrano side.