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Playing with the blues on a windy day in Copenhagen - Steven Hitchcock Mohair DB - Sean O*Flynn butcher stripe and Ferragano tie - Ivory linen trousers (not seen) - Musella Dembech bespoke in the background Photo www.the-journal-of-style.com
Thanks very much
Just inherited this Daytona - can anybody identify and tell more about it, probably want to sell, any idea about price? Thanks
I believe it is a myth, and unless you are very short (you know who I'm referring to it works nicely - I'm 176 cm/5.9 short
I do, sometimes: DB Minnis 300 (light brown buttons) with cream flannels by Steven Hitchcock - JL blue suede loafers
This for instance: Steven Hitchcock DB - NSM shirt - Rubinacci PS - Hermes tie - J.Lobbhttp://www.the-journal-of-style.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Butler-blue-mohair-suit-The-Journal-of-Style-2.jpg]photo;Journal of Stylehttp://www.the-journal-of-style.com/2014/08/08/the-versatile-bold-suit/
Examples from a modern gentlemens classic wardrobe. Rules and form adhered to and broken - British and Neapolitan artisans trying their best - Idiosyncrasies and a perhaps somewhat arrogant attitude: I'm not overdressed, they are underdressed .-) http://www.styleforum.net/g/a/628730/butler#
Very strange, as the tailor would normally add any changes from the last successful garment to the paper pattern - that's the whole point of it!
'Old-mannish' is ok with 66 year old me :-)
Springtime at the old Fortress; DV tweedcoat with suede accents from Steven Hitchcock, moleskin trousers from Cordings, a cashmere tie from Teo Grimaldi, T&A shirt, silk crêpe PS from Grundwald, Harvie & Hudson sweather, bespoke nubucks from John Lobb (St. James’s), shades from Retrosuperfuture Photo: Journal of Style:...
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