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Our “work in progress” Milanese Ulster paletot    Our “work in progress” Milanese Ulster paletot    Some more pics on our web page: muselladembechmilano.com   Thanks for viewing! G.
btromano: I don't think it would be within the forum rules to post prices, but you can send me a pm and I will give you all the prices you need. Thanks
Speak up! Someone told us our lapels have a soul...
Thank you tchoy, I will post more pics very soon (on Tumblr too).
Our doublebreast trademark. Here another one of our double breast in the old milanese tradition, the same cut made for Gianni Agnelli during the old time era. A steel blue sharkskin wool made for one of our customers with the original milanese occhiello lucido, an antique milanese tecnique my aunt, one of the italian buttonhole masters, taught me last year.     We are ready also with a new tumblr page: http://www.muselladembechmilano.com/ Come to check out...
As promised here are some pics shot this weekend. What we have here is an Ulster Paletot in our ancient Milanese tradition. This is something very special you don’t see very often.  Also, for your information, I reveal you about our new Tumblr page that will be ready very soon for all you Tumblr users.   more pics here: muselladembech.wordpress.com
tchoy: thanks, it's not that short as you might say from the picture. Actually the customer is short-leg and the jacket has been made to his requests to have a good proportions on his body.
Yesterday we tried the second fitting (sleeves still not completed) of the light grey tweed jacket shown in the previous posts to our customer. Some few adjustments to do and it is ready!     some more pics here: http://muselladembech.wordpress.com/
Today has been a very long day full of things to do, many of them we are still working on, but anyway here you can get some snapshots of us working at some final stages of a sport SB jacket, patched pockets in a beautiful light grey w. hazelnut windowpane tweed and matched with vibrant green linings, a second fitting for one of our customers. More pictures on our website: www.muselladembech.wordpress.com    
Here some new updates of the Dormeuil Blue Royal now being cut! As you can see in the first picture, the effective color of the fabric changes a lot with different light shades.  
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