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Hi All, Looking to get a charcoal suit for around $500. Current candidates are - D'Avenza from nymilan on ebay - Benjamin from ehaberdasher - Spier & Mackay Model 2 in sharkskin Don't know much about the quality of each Comments and/or suggestions from more knowledgeable folks appreciated 'Thanks
The Seiko SARBs are great watches at around $350.
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What is the best source (online or B&M in US) for Isaia suits in staple colors (navy, charcoal etc)?
Quote: Originally Posted by PocketCircle I have a Caruso. It is 40R but please check the measurements. http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=235277 Thanks Thanks but chest is too small.
Looking to buy a new (or like new) solid navy or charcoal 2B notch lapel suit of very good quality. Pants should be flat front. Size is EU 52R/L (US 40-42R/L, chest armpit to armpit should measure about 44"). Current preference is for an Isaia (Base-S) but will consider other quality brands e.g. Caruso, E-Zegna partenopea etc Would appreciate info on any sources with good prices, either online, in SF bay area. Will consider sources from Texas and Chicago too
1yr is enough for the knowledge while 2yrs is required to instill the soft skills, mentality and attitude. Which program is right for you will depend on what your are missing.
In my understanding a brief is a document and the reference to 'any format' means options of document structure and/or file type e.g. MS word, pdf, etc. I dont see how a website could serve as a brief (for one you cant print it out and hand out to others). I am not against you having a website to support your brief e.g. with links in the brief pointing to the website, but dont think the website should be the primary delivery vehicle. IMO, a brief should be a document,...
Why you seem bent on designing a website when you are asked to prepare a presentation/brief is still beyond me. Unless the job would involve hands-on designing of websites, I dont see why you would want to go that route. This project is an opportunity to show how suitable you skills and experience are for the position. I doubt a maverick is what they are looking for. The ability to communicate effectively via defined media is often as important as the content that is...
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