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At ordinary dry cleaners, all garments are equal and interchangeable

All garments are interchangeableFedex and UPS are in the business of processing and delivering envelopes and parcels. Ordinary cleaners are in the business of processing and delivering garments.

They sort your garments into lights and darks. Load them into a dry cleaning machine or washer. Steam them out or press them by machine. And stuff them into a poly bag. They're in by 9:00 and out by 5:00; picked up on day 1 and delivered on day 3.

The more the merrier; the faster the better.

At ordinary cleaners, all garments are equal and interchangeable. A suit is a suit is a suit. A blouse is a blouse is a blouse. They wouldn't know the difference between Attolini and Abercrombie, between Kabbaz and Calvin Klein, between Lagerfelt and Land's End, between Oxxford and Old Navy, or between Hermes and Hilfiger.

They probably think Attolini is a brand of microwave pizza, Kabbaz is an Eastern European sausage, Oxxford is a community college in California, Lagerfelt is a new micro beer, and Hermes is a contagious social disease.

So why would you entrust your fine bespoke, made-to-measure, designer, high fashion, specialty and couture garments to an ordinary cleaner who regards all garments as equal and interchangeable?

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