By Regina Connell. Sometimes you define things by what they aren’t. Saw this article in the brilliant PSFK: so-called “bespoke tailoring” done via 3D scanner in the back of a truck. But isn’t the whole point of a bespoke suit to have not just the product but the experience of talking to a tailor who has a clue about how things should really hang, or how when and extra half inch is the difference between a pair of pants that feels great and one that feels awful and tugs a little too much there. (And while I’m at it, I suspect that this is actually a made-to-measure suit rather than a truly cut-to-your-spec bespoke model but we don’t need to go into the differences…