The luxury market is aimed at people that can afford it. A vast majority of the people who can afford without thinking twice either don't have time for bespoke, or care about the fit at the obsessive levels we do. They see something nice with a high price tag and nice name to it, good enough. Look at Hollywood...I've never seen so many ill-fitting $5000-6000 suits in one place. A couple of months ago I actually got to meet the mythical personal shopper in action, and it was quite fascinating. She came to the shop and asked what they had (quite specific in terms of colors and texture), and walked out with a couple of Brioni suits, a handful of $500 shirts and dozen of $250 ties. Apparently her client had something really important coming up, and the shop would send a tailor to his home for adjustments later that evening. So, again, the luxury market is NOT aimed at regulars, and will never be. It's aimed at returning customers with money to spend. This goes from upper middle-class families that buy high $$$ clothes 4 times a year, to the ultra-rich that can burn hundreds of thousands on a single shopping spree. Not saying that all luxury customers are like that, and don't care about the price:quality ratio, but a lot of them are like that, and I don't really blame them.