The Measure of the Man

Sometimes opportunity calls, and sometimes opportunity whistles at you from across the street.


The email came one morning in late October. A friend was writing to say that a pop-up Hong Kong tailor – a men’s suit and overcoat and shirt maker who, thrice a year, books a hotel room in which he does customer fittings before scurrying back to China to make the clothes and then mail them to you – was in New York. But he would remain for 10 more hours.




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