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White or black cashmere henley (fitted) over blackwatch or camo jeans (N&F and others) with black pebble or regular grain (even better: cordovan) cap toe boots. Dark blue jeans should work, too.
Time to revive this thread. Found a long time ago, but don't think I've ever posted it here.1953 A. Sulka & Co. smoking jacket. Silk inside and out. [[SPOILER]]
I posted this here when I found it, but Spoo mentioned it in a PM the other day, prompting me to pull it out of my vintage clothing collection to admire it--as I do every so often--because the craftsmanship really is extraordinary. Except this time I finally noticed where the bespoke tag is--in the breast pocket. There's a whole new generation of regulars in this thread, so I figured it may not be a bad idea to take a picture of the tag and the date tag to aid in any...
Brown tuxedos are actually big right now. Sid Mashburn carried one by Caruso, Isaia makes a tux in just about every color, and I felt the same way until I found this and tried it on:which I forgot to post with that long post a week or so ago.And this 100% cashmere PRL houndstooth shirt
True. Maybe even find some of the "degenerate art" the nazis wanted to destroy. Though I'd probably spend most of my time cycling back roads in search of barn-find Ferraris.
Thank you, sir. Nah--still in Florida. I would love to visit family over there, but I'm nervous I'd miss out on a Monet or something at one of my regular stops while I'm gone.
HELLOhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Krushenick
Classic style, great condition, cool buttons. Tweed also sells better in Britain--check out what some of the regular tweed sellers on British eBay fetch for tweed suits on auction.Also, to not derail this thread completely:Great BiN on RL x C&J cordovan moc toe boots 11Dhttp://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=181504472832&globalID=EBAY-US
It's not often a framer's label can give you a good indication of the quality of what's framed, but in this case, it's a pretty good hint. Read up on the guy: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/12/15/arts/design/15kulicke.html This is the welded aluminum frame he designed for MoMA. I'm not going to pretend I know who the artist is, but I know it's something good. At the very least it's a serigraph, at best an original. Can't wait to get home and research this.
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