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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by David Reeves, Sep 13, 2013.
Neapolitan style, well two of my six tailors are Italian, although I would say they are Anglophiles.
Who is the maker of that button down shirt? If you don't mind me asking?
Quote:Looks very nice. I might be imagining it, but the gorge on this one seems higher than your previous work; was that intentional?
It is one of mine, a Reeves shirt made in Manchester.
It is actually a roll 3 and is a bit higher.
Midnight Blue Tonik Mohair from Dormeuil made up as a dinner suit with gauntlet satin cuffs.
Seersucker. silk and super 150s loro piana cloth,
GOODBYE STYLE FORUM.
No not clickbait, on the 1st of next month I will no longer be an affiliate vendor on style forum. There is no drama, rather the changing nature of my business precludes me from being as active as I used to be.
Style forum has been very good to me and really helped my business to grow over the years. 7 years ago I was working from home and maybe turning out 3 suits a month, my output currently as of this date is around 300 bespoke suits a year, all still made here in new york at every stage.
since being involved with style forum the business has grown from working at home:
To my first office
And where we are as of writing this now:
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I will stop by from time to time to participate in the forum for my own amusement, but this thread will be locked and archived and not show up in search results as of next month.
I have been told that some people actually read this thread from start to finish, I haven't myself, but I am sure if I did I would see a lot of changes that bring us up to the present, which is Tuesday the 30th May 2017. If you would like to see what is going on now a search of "Reeves tailor new york" will no doubt send you to a current iteration of the website.
I would like to sincerely thank Fok and his team, as well as the style forum community for its help in growing the "Reeves" brand over the years.
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