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post #16 of 74
Aside from Caraceni, how much bespoke tailoring is left in Rome?
post #17 of 74
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Originally Posted by S. Able View Post
Aside from Caraceni, how much bespoke tailoring is left in Rome?

there are still quite a few tailors (Carbone comes to mind) and 1-2 retail brands that are not sold here.
post #18 of 74
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there are still quite a few tailors (Carbone comes to mind) and 1-2 retail brands that are not sold here.

Do you have any idea if any of the other bespoke tailors cut the classic, archetypal Roman silhouette?
post #19 of 74
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Do you have any idea if any of the other bespoke tailors cut the classic, archetypal Roman silhouette?
Try Celentano.
post #20 of 74
It seems a broad generalization that tailors in each city would all follow a set style. Is this really the case or were these styles made famous by one or two notable tailors from each region?

I like the Neapolitan quarters and the Florentine lapels.
post #21 of 74
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Do you have any idea if any of the other bespoke tailors cut the classic, archetypal Roman silhouette?

I don't know what that silhouette is. Carbone has strong shoulders, clean chest and tapered pants. Not sure if that is what is considered classic Roman. Flanella Grigia is in Rome but they do a softer jacket.


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Try Celentano.

Ravioli or Manicotti?
post #22 of 74
It seems like tailoring like anything else that evolves design is influenced by region be it within the country or the country itself. Sure there may be typical features of each region, but that doesn't mean everyone within that region follows the typical styling. If that were the case it would be no reason for more than one tailoring house to exist within a given region.
post #23 of 74
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Cruz Diez on FNB has some pics up that are a pretty good representation of Roman Style, from what I can tell. Search over there.

If you are new to these Sviglia pics, just keep in mind that the client is a bit shorter than ...I think about five inches shorter:











Sviglia features some of these pics as exemplars of his style on his website.


- B
post #24 of 74
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If you are new to these Sviglia pics, just keep in mind that the client is a bit shorter than ...I think about five inches shorter

Sviglia features some of these pics as exemplars of his style on his website.


- B


Huh, last I knew he was only a shirt maker?
post #25 of 74
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
there are still quite a few tailors (Carbone comes to mind) and 1-2 retail brands that are not sold here.

Just like Domenico Caraceni Roma, Sartoria Antonio Panico Roma is going to be around for a very long time coming.
post #26 of 74
! His thumbs match 's. It's uncanny....

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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
If you are new to these Sviglia pics, just keep in mind that the client is a bit shorter than ...I think about five inches shorter:











Sviglia features some of these pics as exemplars of his style on his website.


- B
post #27 of 74
The collars seem a bit loose--or is that just me? I'm probably just bitter that everyone thinks my DB is too short now.
post #28 of 74
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The collars seem a bit loose--or is that just me? I'm probably just bitter that everyone thinks my DB is too short now.

I think that it is within the range of reasonable personal preference. There's some wattle room, which is needed in this case.


- B
post #29 of 74
The headlines, roughly translated: Napoli: full-flavored (i.e. rich) suits that give a sense of lightness and polish Roma: a restrained style born in the political capital Firenze: it has a roundness, and lends an elegant atmosphere Milano: an architectural suit with strong shoulders as it's special[ty] (can't see one character)
post #30 of 74
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I think that it is within the range of reasonable personal preference. There's some wattle room, which is needed in this case.


- B

Wait, are you talking about the shirt collars, the jacket collars, or my DB? I was talking about the jacket collars. They look too low and loose to me. The shirt collars are fine. So is my DB, damn it.
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