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post #12631 of 13012
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

A linen DB is a strange beast - at least in 2013.

I think you have to go streetwear-ish with it to avoid looking like you're starring in the community theater's production of some period piece.

The linen Will wears and is posted above is the counterpoint to street wear and looks nothing like a characture.

Rob
post #12632 of 13012
Poorsod, were you the only Asian at these white parties?
post #12633 of 13012
Fuck it, I might just spend the money on a khaki cotton suit:

Khaki-Suits-460.jpg
post #12634 of 13012
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Poorsod, were you the only Asian at these white parties?

No
post #12635 of 13012
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post

Fuck it, I might just spend the money on a khaki cotton suit:

Khaki-Suits-460.jpg

The jacket looks nice, but the pants are a little small, no?
post #12636 of 13012
Umbrella master Francesco Maglia and some random Milanese chap at it:

Lino-Ieluzzi-Francesco-Maglia.jpg
post #12637 of 13012
Maglias voice is incredible. I've never heard a more raspy voice. Very nice guy though, speaks German quite well.
post #12638 of 13012
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Umbrella master Francesco Maglia and some random Milanese chap at it:

Lino-Ieluzzi-Francesco-Maglia.jpg

Nice pic but doesn't belong in this thread, though. It's neither recent, nor non-Sartorialist: http://www.thesartorialist.com/photos/on-the-street-conference-on-style-pitti-uomo/
post #12639 of 13012
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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post

Nice pic but doesn't belong in this thread, though. It's neither recent, nor non-Sartorialist: http://www.thesartorialist.com/photos/on-the-street-conference-on-style-pitti-uomo/

The guy on the left is Lino on whom the antiquing on his shoes and face always match.
post #12640 of 13012
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post

The guy on the left is Lino on whom the antiquing on his shoes and face always match.

Numero 7 Lino..

The Sunbed king..
post #12641 of 13012
Well, we all know his name so I guess he got the effect he wanted...
post #12642 of 13012
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

 

Liverano stuff never ceases to amaze me.

post #12643 of 13012
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Originally Posted by poorsod View Post

Not+Sure+if+serious.jpg

e.g.
http://dinerenblanc.info/

Haha, I was just jacking around. I know what you meant.
post #12644 of 13012
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Originally Posted by Sander View Post

The jacket looks nice, but the pants are a little small, no?

Just a little bit..smile.gif
post #12645 of 13012
Solaro fabric doesn't keep its crease very well I find. Perhaps the Smiths Solaro is different but the William Halstead Solaro I have wrinkles rather easily.

It also wears quite hot. A mohair is much more breathable.
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