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My comments two+ years ago: Are these examples of the "House Style" ? Too theatrical for my taste. Too Flusser of 20 years ago IMHO. BTW, the last three times I was in New York, most recently in June '15, I visited PS in pursuit of a RTW sport coat. However, they didn't meet my natural shoulder standard- which they certainly were able to 10 years ago. I like virtually no padding, nor do I need any. What is great about PS was that there was no bullshit- asking me too try...
Paul Stuart. Sounds like true bespoke. https://www.paulstuart.com/custom
Nino Corvato http://timelessman.com.au/profiles/profile-nino-corvato-master-tailor-new-york/
The style has been around at least since the fifties: https://therake.com/stories/icons/directors-cut-vittorio-de-sica/ Look at the cut on his suit in the photo of him deplaning 1955 Antonioni and Vitti in Venice: https://cdn.cloudpix.co/images/monica-vitti/monica-vitti-michelangelo-antonioni-venezia-antonioni-e1deb562edab1f9efa8c3154485cf023-large-1395234.jpg Gabriele Ferzetti and Vitti in L'Avventura...
This comment ignores the prevalence, at least for decades ,of the American Ivy League or natural shoulder style and its'derivitaves which is neither heavy, ugly ( subjective) , or squared.Admittedly, this style is no longer dominant in tailored clothing inthe US but it certainly served as a counterweight to the English influence.Unfortunately what passes as Italian, or Neapolitan style, which I call"Italian for the US market", the look perpetuated by Saks,...
Electric Blue Suit? First priority: A Ground Wire
LA tailor could be Enzo Caruso in Santa Monica: http://sleevehead.blogspot.com/2008/09/enzo-caruso-bespoke-tailor-in- Also his nephews(?): https://local.yahoo.com/info-20521691-frank-elio-caruso-custom-santa-monica;_ylt=AwrTcd40K6VY3Z8A.J4PxQt.;_ylu=X3oDMTByNDZ0aWFxBGNvbG8DZ3ExBHBvcwM2BHZ0aWQDBHNlYwNzcg--
You are dreaming. 1. Fifteen years ago Adereas Gorges ruined a pair of cavalry twills I picked up at Cordings in London. It was a simple alteration. I wouldn't go near him for a "bespoke"project. 2, Al's Attire. I wouldn't trust an operation that does bespoke everything: shoes; leather; women's clothing; mens clothing. Anderson and Shepard in London doesn't attempt to do "everything" His website doesn't bother to show examples of his work. Check out Yelp for very mixed...
They sell junk.
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