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post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
Yes, I have two and the silks are very thick and high quality. Not quite as delicate as Charvet but still high quality. The hand is better than Zegna and such brands.

I don't wear them since they don't really jive with my outfits, but they're nice things. Sort of reminds me of Bulgari actually.

LK,
Do you remember starting this thread 5 years ago?
post #17 of 19
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post
LK,
Do you remember starting this thread 5 years ago?

Yes I do.

I never actually did find any more information on this brand.
post #18 of 19
The other two neckwear brands my menswear store carries that I love are Polifroni Milano and ::brace yourself:: Gianfranco Valentino Italy. When I searched for Gianfranco Valentino on the forums I ended up at a knockoff thread, so, I know what that might mean to knowledgeable contributors. In any event, I'd love any info on Serica, Polifroni, or Gianfranco V. I just graduated college and am starting work soon. As it may be time to begin investing in quality suits/ties/etc, I'm starting my research. Besides this forum, are there any other quality internet sources about Italian mills/etc? Should I subscribe to an Italian menswear trade journal or fashion magazine? Thanks!
post #19 of 19

Serica is mostly a distributor that adds department store names to the brand they've been around awhile just as Robert Talbott and Jacob's Roberts follow suite. As for BRIONI TRY $210.00. I've never seen Brioni under $100.

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