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It's usually horsehair canvas, yeah. I once had one of my trousermakers use some sort of cotton shirt collar interlining which is very stiff. It prevents the waistband from folding even better (only subjectively and the difference certainly isn't great) than horsehair canvas but it doesn't stretch at all so the pants aren't too comfortable after a proper meal. I don't wear them with braces, though, so they are quite fitted anyway – if you wear yours with braces and thus...
Very nice! Which last is that?
Not entirely related to your post but I just got reminded there is a book called "International Dictionary of the Leather and Allied Trades" by Walter Freudenberg: https://books.google.de/books?id=HZHLBgAAQBAJ&pg=PA59&lpg=PA59&dq=crup+leather&source=bl&ots=xXOf1XtT81&sig=n0nmNiJr_naVka_53ZAmE0NpI7I&hl=de&sa=X&ved=0CG8Q6AEwCmoVChMI_fzQo9yRxwIVxXNyCh25JwmS#v=snippet&q=crup&f=false
Wouldn't think so.Nice tie!
https://instagram.com/p/5U9mKqxA9o/
If you're trying to find out what the exact cloth is, you might just want to drop Kotaro Miyahira a mail. My guess would be some kind of Harris tweed.
Yeah, I love those buttonholes. He used to work at Liverano, it seems: https://wosanai.wordpress.com/2012/07/21/sartoria-cavuto-by-yusuke-kabuto-in-florence/
Another Japanese in Florence (stuff looks superb to me, but only ever seen his blog): http://cavutosartoria.blogspot.it/ And then there's Rodolfo Cisternino. There are a few pics of his work on SF, most of them would be labeled something like "MBT", "Florentine MBT" or whatever ;-)
http://www.styleforum.net/t/316071/antonio-meccariello-shoes/1350#post_7990305
As well as the Veblen effect.
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