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Our shirts are an amazing value. Made in naples on the ground floor of the manufacter's house. 3 tables, 6 employees. Everything cut by hand. Fabrics are all albini group, canclini, grandi and rubinelli and a small japanese mill that does small batches of really interesting things. I've yet to find a rtw shirt that stacks up to ours from a quality to value ratio.
Sam Wazin is the best tailor in NYC.
The sizing is more or less the same to other slim Italian brands (Borrelli, Finamore, Etc.) A slim true to size to what you would normally buy.
Have fun fellas. Eidos is sitting this one out this season, and probably next too. It really is too bad as I have some formal wear that would surely have my inbox flooded with hate PMs again.
Almost everything above is available online at bloomingdales.com right now.
GotStyle? That's a great swatch that we didn't sell a ton of!
As close to CBD as I get these days... This Hat. Portolano cashmere scarf Dents Eidos navy ragosta field coat Eidos navy donegal herringbone SC in the Primo model Eidos slub grenadine repp tie Eidos blue/white mouline pencil stripe spread collar shirt Eidos MTM pleated lorenzo pant cut from a bolt of vintage bulletproof charcoal flannel that was my father's. Belgian hooves
Ieri. Eidos wool/cash/silk donegal herringbone jacket My father's old scarf Michael Bastian tattersal shirt Eidos Denim Polo suede wingers
both are great options for leightweight layering. The gray is actually a fine jacquard knit from albini and the army is a lightweight flannel from albini as well. I wear mine over a henley or tee all the time. I would defintely say its appropriate for all season wear.This model was a one and done - It won't be in future seasons so if you like it I would get it.
That swatch was the sleeper of the season. Its so, so good.
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