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Sizing is TTS (Quinton is wearing the 50). Sorry but am too swamped for measurments at the moment. I will say that this is the best parka we've done so far. Shell is an indigo wool blend herringbone from Faisa (A new mill for us, based in Prato and specializing in innovative indigo based textiles). Heavy goose down fill and lined in Japanese gray heather cotton jersey. Waist cinch is applied on the outside of the coat and feeds inwards to hide the ties. We did this...
Exactly the same sweater.Most our stores will have the outerwear and knits as this is steadily replacing our tailored business. If you are looking for something specific let me know here and we will try to track it down for you.Re: the belted coat - It is a riff on a WW1 US army field jacket but with a nod to old belted moto jackets. The collar is a band collar but it can be folded over to look a bit like a lapel (I don't recommend this).Re: the vest - Sadly didn't make...
Belted field jacket is here. The whole look will also be available at Bloomingdales.Silk and linen.
A few spring showroom shots as we gear up for the upcoming deliveries.
The Tipo was our version of the base S but we have essentially transitioned this model out in lieu of a more casual assortment. As of SS18, we will only be offering the following tailoring models:1. Bathazar (based on the Isaia Gregory) - Available exclusively at Bloomingdales2. Locust (The replacement for the Tenero) - Available in tailoring-driven accounts3. Vincent (The replacement for the Ciro) - Available exclusively in Scandinavia4. NMWA - Available exclusively at...
Tenero.Also - just so you all know, I put into development two brand new models for spring 18 that will take the place of the tenero and ciro. Thise two models have never been perfect and the lapels have changed over time as we've moved production around. The biggest reason for this will be to perfect the upper chest/shoulder. Waiting on prototypes now.
They don't.
All these comments were part of the nightmare that was woven shirts this fall. Bloomingdales uses our sample set for their ecomm shoots (much to our chagrin because samples are often not perfect and change for production). Last fall's shirt samples all came in TINY becuase they were all garment dyed and Isaia had never tried this before so patterns weren't adjusted for shrinkage. When they fully took over our production their head of woven shirts adjusted the pattern...
Exact same fabric quality from Moessmer - just different patterns and yarn colors.
Go 52. Shay is shorter than the chiaia with side entry pockets, a smaller collar and no waist cinch. Both styles are unlined. Not sure which fabric you are talking about re:Bloomingdales but the one Gentry has is the same as what Mr. Porter had. Sample quality as the large herringbone we always run.
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