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This soft Herringbone tweed overcoat got a lot of attention on Friday and Saturday at the SF Trunk show.
The Frank Clegg leather bags are beautiful. The photos are good, but seeing them in person at the trunk show really allows you to appreciate the quality and feel of the leather, the stitching and style. Loved the numerous colors available for MTO bags.
I'll be in NYC for the next NMWA trunk show as part of The Proper Kit on Sat November 7th so I have the luxury of being able to digest everything I saw yesterday and add a few more things in two weeks. I did order several custom shirts and a pair of the Rota trousers with the single pleat and it's" rakish extended waistband". Very impressed by the construction and handwork on the G. Inglese shirts. At these prices they are an exceptional value.
This suit is so 60's Rock N Roll. You can just imagine Charlie Watts wearing this with a turtle neck. Very cool suit.
Here is a that green hopsack Formosa. And, it was still there at 5pm yesterday as the show was wrapping up but I doubt it will last long. The heathered mossy green color is very attractive. I think it looks especially nice with this muted pumpkin colored scarf.
Congratulations. Looks great. Will have to drop in one of these days.
True story...just returned from a visit to my Bay Area alterations tailor. I was having a jacket (made by another well known brand but not sold by NMWA) taken in and he looked at the shoulder with a wrinkled face saying, "Did someone alter the shoulder?" I said, "No, that is a Spalla Camiccia shoulder." To which he replied, "The good ones are from No Man Walks Alone. They have very well made suits and jackets."
Check out the new brown corduroy DB suit on the NMWA thread. Sweet!
All the cool kids are wearing corduroy this season.....just say'n
My wife and I are both frustrated by Netflix streaming. Hate that once you watch something it keeps popping up. Also, there really aren't many classic movies.
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