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I don't own any Chan's, but I've seen them at Meet-Ups in San Francisco.I am not aware of any "local" tailor that is at the level of Chan. In fact there areno real quality bespoke tailors in the Bay Area. MTM is of course different.Thereare several high-end retailers like Wilkes and Nieman Marcus that offer MTM.But MTM is NOT BESPOKE. And frankly from my experience with Saks severalyears ago MTM is a crap shoot- I received a full refund. PM me for details if youwish.
Another outstanding Ivy or Ivy-derived jacket. Who is the maker?PS: Lose the coat. It seriously detracts from a sublime ensemble.
You have great taste in shoulders! None of the roped and/ or pagoda crap for you.
The shirt is not the issue IMHO, it's your trip to the vintage store
Great shoes. Don't wear suede shoes in the snow.
Jackets 2 and 3 appear to be too tight across the button point. Belt should not be visible under lower button.
I am afraid that Varoufakis' style has done little to endear himself toto the austere Wolfgang Schauble and Jeroen Dijsselbloem.
Correct. Anyone in New York or Boston the past two winters who had to be 'properly dressed" and spent time out of doors,waiting for the "t" for example, would have perished from exposure in most of the coats shown.When I lived in Chicago I worethree dress coats depending on the wind chill: a Burberry Balmacaan medium weight cashmere and wool, a 32 oz British Warm,and a melton Invertere Great Coat.Some current (trad) examples not designed for the Italian...
It probably means that both garment were probably made by the same manufacturer. I believe that in it's last decade Sulka sourced its'RTW suits from various high-end Italian makers.
I think the details may be found in a London Lounge piece of 3 or 4 years ago.Of course, may have changed if it's still under way.
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