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     Hey everyone,  Thanks for the feedback! I'll have the actual products here very soon to show you, but let me give you the background.  The voyage for our "Epaulet Suit" started about a year ago. I've been to six suiting factories throughout Portugal and one in Italy. The idea was:  1) Proper fabric (Using VBC 110's in this case)2) Retail between $500 - $6003) "Vittorio" Spec jacket (half-canvas, unlined lapel, un-constructed shoulder, butterfly liner)4) Properly made...
 @cyclohexane take a look through older Junya and Comme Des Garcons SHIRT stuff-  you may find some contrasting things there that you dig.  I could definitely see a fun gingham shirt that's made that way. Something like a Indigo Gingham Body and Orange Gingham collar. Or do the same idea with the Bengal stripes.  Also, I've got these seven linens going live this week - the colors are bonkers there. They are all the same weight, same texture, so easy to play with. You could...
^ Something cool that you might consider is doing a stripe body and a solid contrasting collar. We did this in an Epaulet x Mark McNairy shirt about a thousand years ago...     Crazy. I remember that he still worked at J.Press and he brought that fabric in a cab to our sewing factory in NYC. 
   @Nik Telford haha, these are the current secret menu options:  Box Pleats, Shoulder Pleats, or Plain BackTwo Button Collars (but that requires a really high collar stand, so you need a long neck)Double pockets (can be done with any pocket style) and Shoulder EpauletsShort SleevesSquare bottom with a notch (for that 1950s camp shirt look)French front or Covered PlacketContrasting Collars and/or cuffs. This contrast can be white or can actually be another color or fabric...
More Individualized MTO Shirt Porn! These five are for @cyclohexane - love the Artisan collars and that Laguna teal check fabric
My pleasure @SherifEnt - you made some boss choices on the fabrics and collars!
Five killer new Individualized shirts for @SherifEnt
 Nope, exactly the same. They just come with a nice box and bags.  I have to say, Saddle Couro Cromo is my personal favorite of the batch. It's a beautiful contrast with the sole. 
Hey guys,    We counted up the open-stock Chelsea boots and put them online. We'll do the full price launch, newsletter, and brouha on Monday. I'm not sure how fast they'll move, but if you've been jonesing for a pair, then you guys are the first to see it:      CHELSEA BOOT CREPE SOLE SADDLE COURO CROMO: $325   CHELSEA BOOT CREPE SOLE SAND SUEDE: $295
Processing the New England Ends shirts today - they came out amazing! Here's some of the highlights:
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