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50s? Italian?
I like the Linen choices at the top of the list. The patterns, however, are extremely disappointing. They look like the Isaia and Zegna stuff that my local Saks and Niemans peddle ". Italian for the American Country Club member". market. Nothing subtle or interesting. Look at some of the patterns from O'Connells- I don't mean the madras. Ignore the "trad" cut of their jackets and focus on what to me are interesting, textured fabrics. Not like the oversized plaids and...
I wouldn't let him walk my Pit-Bull.
It wouldn't open up that much if it fit properly.
Not at all.
I am confused. I am a former customer who stopped using then-called Chipp when I moved to CA over 20 years ago and didn't get to New York routinely. I got MTM and RTW- Chipp had it then. The MTM was traditional MTM, i.e. based on a stock pattern. Except for details which I specified, my MTM from Chipp was indistinguishable from RTW. At the time there was a model jacket that they offered that fit me without alterations. I loved their clothes and still have some items.
Hideous , IMHO Also the guy's butt is pushing the bottom pleat complex open. So not only is the design unattractive but it doesn't fit.
I was in Naples in September and it never entered my mind to get pants from Ambrosi given his record of a few years back. In fact, I visited no tailors but contented myself with sighseeing and eating fabulous food.
"Shoulders too padded, too square. Overall, jackets fit poorly. Belt buckles show through the quarters, probably because the jackets are too small." Maybe no padding, but to be more subjective, not to my taste. Next two sentences stand as written.
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