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Stuart's Choice was made by first St. Andrews then Isaia. It was pricey.The soft Italian tailored pieces in the Phineas line are mostly made by Belvest, though they do use a smattering of other makers for the Phineas Italian sportswear.
They had a Cadogan in a golden-ginger suede which is very nice. Also a galosh model in dark oak, also killer. I think I also remember a Sanndringham in dark blue on a dainite sole and a pair or two of black Troons.
Saks has a nice range of EGs on sale on the 6th floor at 30% off ~$1300 which includes shoe trees, so not too bad.
Saks has a nice range of EGs on sale on the 6th floor at 30% off ~$1300 which includes shoe trees, so not too bad.
IIRC it's from Barneys and a year or two old but I'm not certain.
Thanks!Drakes wool challis worn inside out as to be more muted.
Will take some snaps this weekend and post here. The best I can describe the color is as a greyish green. I'm a big fan.
I've got suit made up in the Carlo Barbera for Lesser donkey flannel that I'd be happy to share photos of for comparison purposes if that would be helpful?
Totally agree here. My favorite is the Fox 17oz which is ideal for NYC late fall and winter. Have one lighter weight Golden Bale which in retrospect I would pass on now even thought he cloth is amazing, it just doesn't hold its shape.
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