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post #841 of 1570
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
He's Trini...understated isn't really in our blood.
...bringing a little bit of Trinidad to the West End....Whay.....!!!!!!!!
post #842 of 1570
This suit was presented on the last world convention of master tailors in Salzburg:



on the subject of open quarters...
post #843 of 1570
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Originally Posted by Night Owl View Post
i get it, youre trying to be one of the cool kids posting these pics but the position of annoying pic poster has already been filled

we dont need another poor mans voxsantorum, ok "bull"?

btw welcome to sf

+1,000
post #844 of 1570
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Originally Posted by tailorgod View Post
This suit was presented on the last world convention of master tailors in Salzburg:



on the subject of open quarters...

Looks good. Not A&S, is it? Those look like shirt-set sleeves.
post #845 of 1570
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Looks good. Not A&S, is it? Those look like shirt-set sleeves.

I like that suit as well.
post #846 of 1570
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Gotta get rid of the black buttons and buttonholes, though.
post #847 of 1570
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Originally Posted by tailorgod View Post
This suit was presented on the last world convention of master tailors in Salzburg:


Thank you for the picture. Despite the fashiony buttonholes, the picture reminds me of why I like bespoke.

- M
post #848 of 1570
From the same convention:





Both models were made of the same cloth...

The second one is from the same Italian tailor (don't know his name, though) who made the creme suit. (so it's not from A&S).

This comes from an apprentice of A&S, I think he is a striker (under cutter) now, Leon Powell.



The lapels are nicely done (stripes are not cut off at the edge).
I do wonder, though, why they closed the lower button. This coat was clearly not cut for that.
post #849 of 1570
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Originally Posted by tailorgod View Post

Wtf is going on with his trousers?
post #850 of 1570
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Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum View Post
Wtf is going on with his trousers?

Ill-fiited trousers never look good especially during a fashion show...

The designer is made to show that particular suit...
post #851 of 1570
the girl looked nice.
post #852 of 1570
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Originally Posted by tailorgod View Post
The lapels are nicely done (stripes are not cut off at the edge). I do wonder, though, why they closed the lower button. This coat was clearly not cut for that.
This looks good to you? If so, my judgments must be way off base. I think it looks awful, even putting the bottom button aside. The shoulder line is a mess, there is a ripple in the right lapel, and the trousers look bootcut.
post #853 of 1570
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Originally Posted by tailorgod View Post
This comes from an apprentice of A&S, I think he is a striker (under cutter) now, Leon Powell.



The lapels are nicely done (stripes are not cut off at the edge).
I do wonder, though, why they closed the lower button. This coat was clearly not cut for that.

This looks like it came from H&M. Actually, an H&M outlet. On the 97% off bargain table.
post #854 of 1570
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Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum View Post



Wtf is going on with his trousers?


And what's going on with these trousers?



Well, it must be a costume for Mellors, the game keeper.
post #855 of 1570
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Originally Posted by bengal-stripe View Post
And what's going on with these trousers? Well, it must be a costume for Mellors, the game keeper.
The woman seems more Audrey Hepburn than Lady C. though.
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