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post #12586 of 13045
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Originally Posted by Fantastic Mr Foxx View Post

& of course we have mr. Luca representing at the pitti in a girly pastel pink suit...


He is not known normally for peacocking...
post #12587 of 13045
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

Ambrosi doesn't usually veer quite that far into parody.

That's more sad than silly.

Never once have I seen the guy look good in a photo in a suit. 

post #12588 of 13045
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Originally Posted by Fantastic Mr Foxx View Post

More solaro suits from pitti...



& those peak lapels eek.gif

Same tailor as Ambrosi? Trousers look to be made by Salvatore too...
post #12589 of 13045
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if i recall correctly, he was walking with P. Johnson, so I think the suit is P. Johnson.
post #12590 of 13045
No way. PJ has never done shoulders, lapels or waistbands like that. He only has a small crew here and I dont recognise this bloke as one of his.
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post #12592 of 13045
I'm a big fan of navy seersucker, but this is a bit too pronounced. It looks like someone died a traditional seersucker suit. Ed has a much more subtle, tasteful version:



I'm also not sure about a roped, structured shoulder and peak lapel with such a casual fabric. I realize you need to have peaks with a DB, but I think such a relaxed texture demands a more louche approach. This would look much better with smoked MOP buttons, SB and a natural shoulder. Just my $0.02.
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

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Really like this; the colours, the scale of the patterns, the overall vibe, everything. Good, funky, look.

 

Originally Posted by Fantastic Mr Foxx View Post

More solaro suits from pitti...

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If this was a more normal suit, I think I'd really like the patterns & colours he's put together. I actually don't mind the waistband too much, but the lapels...

 

Originally Posted by Fantastic Mr Foxx View Post

& of course we have mr. Luca representing at the pitti in a girly pastel pink suit...

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I like the louche Miami Vice esque vibe, but it's just a bit too precise/careful as an overall look for that.

 

Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

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Not a fan, but I suspect he got exactly what he wanted with that jacket, so kudos for that.

post #12594 of 13045
I kinda love that pink linen suit, but if wanted to pair it with that denim shirt I think he should have left a few buttons undone and foregone the tie.

I like that navy seersucker suit unreservedly.
post #12595 of 13045
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post

I kinda love that pink linen suit, but if wanted to pair it with that denim shirt I think he should have left a few buttons undone and foregone the tie.

I like that navy seersucker suit unreservedly.


Is it a suit? I thought it was a jacket over navy trousers? Now I look again, I think you might be right. If it is indeed a suit, I'm much more of a fan than when I thought it was a jacket; as a suit the uniformity of the texture/pattern across the body balances out the lapels more.

 

As for the pink suit, yes, exactly what I meant upthread. A less precise look would mesh much more naturally with it I think.

post #12596 of 13045
So far this one is my favourite Pitting look:

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Not try-hard or peacocking, yet not boring either. The tie embroidery is the X that marks the sweet spot. The whole is just enough, as it should be.
post #12597 of 13045
That seersucker is the duck's nuts.
post #12598 of 13045
Seersucker suits and electric blue sportcoats? Nothing new for reader's of this ahead of its time blog:

http://pantaclothing.tumblr.com/post/34709813641/so-this-is-our-second-delivered-coat-from-our
post #12599 of 13045
That looks pretty good, Ed. Maybe I'll drop by when I'm in NYC in November...
post #12600 of 13045
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Originally Posted by Fantastic Mr Foxx View Post

More solaro suits from pitti...



& those peak lapels eek.gif
 
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post


Same tailor as Ambrosi? Trousers look to be made by Salvatore too...

 

I'm nearly positive this guy works with Gennaro Annunziata of Chiaia Napoli

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