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Is it just me or have all the measurements disappeared from the individual pages? Idk how to fit my tees now, im a 17.5" shoulder, about 16" chest, how should I size the tees/henleys? Of course the 16" is a nett measurement so im expecting allowance.  Thanks Mauro! 
I believe Cellulare stands for cellphone in italian 
Noob,  Yeah at first I thought of that but then I decided I'd like to go for some diversity. I really like the silhouettes of both the Geos and the Balmain highs. Just wondering about the "flexibility" of wearing them if I can put it that way?  I really like the GATs because they can be pulled off quite easily, but im thinking the Geobaskets really need the appropriate wardrobe, something which I am working towards, but don't exactly have right now. Geos and Y-3 track...
Hi guys,    been a huge fan of MMM GATs because of just how bloody comfy they feel after breaking in.  However, would like to move on to a pair of high tops, and im thinking either Geobaskets or Balmain high tops.  Any thoughts on both? And being a 41.5 in GATs how should I size them? Thanks a lot in advance guys
Sorry guys but quick question, do the MMM Velcro highs fit the same as the lows? Also, given the choice, white velcro highs or painted lows?
Hi Guys, do you know which AC shop to head to that has the best service/who I should look for? Read in the thread a while ago that some posters didn't have very good experiences with certain AC employees. Also, what would be the minimum lead time for an AC shirt? I understand there is a 3 shirt minimum order.
 My jackets are all tailored, all from humble local tailors, and I have specifically asked for all of them to be fully canvassed. When they are "hand-stitched" along the lapel line, I find that there is a really nice roll which stays regardless of dry-cleaning/pressing. Which is why I have decided to ask the esteemed gents on here for clarification as I myself am a bit confused
Can anyone explain to me the merits of hand stitching the lapel line? I don't mean the actual lapel itself, but the line on which the fabric is folded outward to form the lapel. I have a few jackets, and some have the lapel lines hand stitched (I can feel the stitches while running my fingers along the line) while others are simply folded back onto the jacket itself.  Can anyone enlighten me on this? Thank you.
Can anyone explain to me the merits of hand stitching the lapel line? I don't mean the actual lapel itself, but the line on which the fabric is folded outward to form the lapel. I have a few jackets, and some have the lapel lines hand stitched (I can feel the stitches while running my fingers along the line) while others are simply folded back onto the jacket itself.  Can anyone enlighten me on this? Thank you.
So erm guys, does anyone know how the bamboo tees drape? Really interested to buy a few bamboo tees
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