I'm pretty sure the NMWA tuxedo comes with Sal formal pants.We do not tape the seams on lined jackets.As it stands now, we are showing the spring Eidos collection in New York on July 14th. That may change by a day or two though since the CFDA moved Robert Geller on top of our confirmed time slot after he was already confirmed for the 16th.
The Armoury brought in two of our woven Lupo shirts from the first spring collection. We stopped after this season as the other components of our brand never really made sense with the shop. They didnt need the tailoring due to Ring Jacket and felt they could cover our sportswear offering with Man 1924 and their own private label. More than that, I think their approach to how clothing should be worn is just different than ours.
This.All our double breasted outerwear is cut with all interior buttonholes cut so that the jackets lapels can be fastened back on themselves and converted to a single breasted silhouette. The hook and eye allows you to close the jacket if you want.
I see a lot of people doing this these days but its much more of a "fashion" thing. My advice is to go with the a white spread collar shirt with a white pique bib, removable buttons for studs and french cuffs. I'd recommend ours but they aren't carried by anyone currently. That said, you can make a great one with Proper Cloth for a good value.
Nearly every DB we've shown since the Florence collection has been the Ciro DB. It is indeed awesome. I same a to. of it but stores rarely buy DB. NMWA bought it in brown wide wale cord (just like we showed it in our presentation) for this coming fall along with matching pant separates.