Well, who would have figured Carmen Policy for a Kabbaz client? I saw him around town here in SF a couple of times years ago and he always seemed to give off a definite Goodfellas type of vibe. I must say, though, that even as incredibly nicely done as the logo seems to be, in my mind it unfortunately drags the shirt down to the category of freebie promo items. I think the best monograms are the most stylized ones. I wouldn't put my own monogram on anything, but I have plenty of second-hand things with other people's monograms and of these the ones I really admire are the ones you can hardly decipher (and not at all out of any squeamishness about sporting someone else's initials). It seems that in years past monograms were quite a craft and not simply a means of identification. I recently picked up a very nice bespoke Dege robe with a monogram that is nearly purely decorative--of the three letters the only one I can pick out with certainty is an "O".