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Slewfoot, a superb suit. While I also prefer the navy one, this is actually a choice among two good options. Andrey
I suspect this is just a stunt to attract some publicity...Here is what RA itself says (http://www.richardandersonltd.com/index.php/Blog/, bottom of the page):But this coat is terrible -- RA or not. Andrey
Speaking on asymmetric coats... This one is from Richard Anderson. Andrey
They have a new label... but old habits (of sewing customer's initials under the label -- a wonderfully useless thing!) remain. AndreyP.S.: I'm sure this was raised a million times before, but just my humble +1: I'm pretty much bored with all these photos from ebay stores... I frankly don't understand -- what's the purpose of posting all this crap?
Isn't it the same coat?(from their "trips overseas" page)In this picture, it looks much less waisted. Though the angle is different.Andrey
Dopey, why you think so? I haven't seen this being mentioned anywhere.A side-note: for some reason, Huntsman stopped bespoke shirts offering (handled by O'Flynn, not Budd).Andrey
poorsod, I see that the buttons are [relatively] thin -- similar to those English shirtmakers use. Is this Charvet's standard? Andrey
Is this really an official affiliate thread? -- and someone from Sunspel actually reading it? If yes, I have a question: any chance to see boxers made to the quality standard of "Liberty Prints" ones, which were availble a couple of years ago? Not necessarily from Liberty cloth, but tunnelled waistband is a must. Andrey
And then it started all over again...Andrey
Actually, Vox is satisfied with all the makers he tried. Maybe he is just lucky... or not so picky. Or both. Andrey
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