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French Tailoring Thread (e.g. Camps de Luca, Cifonelli, Smalto and etc.)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by poorsod, Apr 28, 2013.

  1. sldsd

    sldsd Active Member

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    Just finishing reading the entire thread, already ready for my first French-style suit.

    Any price info on David Diagne MTM? Thinking about Jean Rotin also but travelling to Marseille seems too much trouble for me.:confused2:
     


  2. sldsd

    sldsd Active Member

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    I did some price inquiry

    Marco di Fiore: 2300+ euros for a single jacket (might be around 2500-2700) and 3000 for a 2-piece suit

    Maison Sirven: 3500+ euros for a single jacket and 5000 for a 2-piece suit
     
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  3. poorsod

    poorsod Distinguished Member

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    Another store I liked a lot during my last Paris trip was kimono on Boulevard Hausmann. Ties were good and reasonably priced. They had a great selection of accessories.
     


  4. Texasmade

    Texasmade Distinguished Member

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    The pictures on Maison Sirven’s Instagram look great. It’s too bad that a lot of the smaller French tailors don’t really travel to see customers like their British and to a lesser extent Italian counterparts. I’d love to try a French bespoke tailor but traveling back and forth to Paris isn’t really feasible for me.
     


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    as a local I can confirm that Kimono is a great store for acessories, ties, bows, pocket squares, etc
    And it's really close to big dept stores on boulevard Haussman were tourists do their shopping
     


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