Milan has at least five or six bespoke tailors with their own shop. The most known being A. Caraceni. At my last short visit to Milan, I stopped by Borello Nocito’s sartoria on Via Nino Bixio, presumably the smallest bespoke tailor in the industrious city of the North of Italy.
Mr. Nocito himself was busy talking to an old customer but he allowed me to take a few photos. As you can see on photo two and three, we have a promising mark of finely handstiched collars. Some bespoke tailors will machine stich the collar nowadays.
I was quoted a price of 2.000 euros for a two-piece suit including cloth.
Source: The Journal of Style