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No.Goodness gracious there were a lot of typos in my response to you. Glad it worked out. Enjoy it!
No need to apologize, I'm happy with it. But I'm also interested in trying various other cuts as Antonio continues to refine his aesthetic.At this moment there will be no new models (the ones we have seem to confuse people enough as it is). If you are after the cut that best exemplifies the Eidos point of view in tailoring, I would stick with the NMWA model.
So Eidos uses the same silk supplier as Rubinacci and the same shirt manufacturer as Liverano.
Who produced this tie? We use the same silk supplier!Navy knit.IMO You are easily the most inspiring contributor to this thread.
Most Neapolitan shirtmakers I know deliberately cut shoulders their patterns with a more narrower point to point and a larger sleeve head so that your shoulder sits comfortably inside the sleevehead. Do you have any Ingress shirts? He does this as well.My worry is that you won't notice the shoulders being more narrow but will notice the roomier body.
I own this fabric as a regular washed sport shirt and have never noticed it to be particularly transparent. As for sizing, its sounds like you should be getting a 39.
1. Where it is made: we produce all of our shirts in a small workshop just outside of Naples. The space is actually the ground floor of the owner's house. There are 3 tables and 8 employees. Everything is cut by hand. They also produce for E. Formica and Liverano. While a Liverano shirt will run you about $375 to start these days, our shirts start at $250.2. How its made: Again, there is a considerable amount of hand labor in our shirts from hand-cut patterns to...
I've been dying for them to post this stuff online so I can brag on social media.In all seriousness, there outerwear selection was unrivaled and nearly all exclusive. The peacoat is an inky navy version of the japanese cotton shantung that we used for the blouson. The shawl collar toggle jacket is our take on Picasso's favorite painter's jacket that we cut for gentry in a gutsy Japanese indigo dyed canvas.Finally that SC is the navy version of the hemp and wool that NMWA...
This, my friends, is how it is done.
Call niece bloomingdales and ask for Marc Etlin - he'll sort you out.Tipo is our longest jacket at 76cm for an EU 50R. It is usually fully lined with a soft but slightly padded shoulder, closed quarters and our easiest fit through the waist. The tenero is completely unlined with no padding in the shoulder whatsoever. It is slightly shorter at 75cm on a 50, with a narrower half waist and more open quarters.IMHO, based on these two photos alone, the NMWA suits your build...
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