I purchased an Armani Classico dress shirt a little over a year ago. I payed just shy of $400 for it, which I now know could have gotten me a Borelli and almost a Kiton. At the time, I really didn't know as much about handmade dress shirts, and hadn't learned yet about the Borelli's and Kiton's of the world. My question is: how do the Armani Classico shirts compare to these hand made shirts? Is there any handwork in them at all? I think if I knew then what I know now, I would have spent that $400 on a Borelli. The classico is a nice line, but is it mostly name and not quality that you are paying for? Is the Classico line of dress shirts made by Vestimenta like their suits are?
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8/25/03 at 1:46am