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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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A blast from the past...
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The return of the Mack...

Labelking is legend..worship2.gif
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More solaro suits from pitti...



& those peak lapels eek.gif

Uggggghhhhh, the early 90's called............
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That's a really swell jacket; one of the nicest fabrics I've seen in a long while. Anyone know what it is?

 

I like the overall look too.

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

That's a really swell jacket; one of the nicest fabrics I've seen in a long while. Anyone know what it is?

I like the overall look too.

Yep, wonderful fabric and overall look, too. In fact it's a suit jacket worn as SC. I've seen pics of him in that suit. He likes to do that, even pairing a navy pinstripe suit jacket with grey flannels. Not my cup of tea, but when you're Luca di M. It's called sprezzatura wink.gif
Generaly though, one of the most stylish dressers on the planet, IMO.

Edit: typos due to the incompatibility of iphone keypad and my fingers...


Edited by EliodA - 6/28/13 at 9:34am
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

That's a really swell jacket; one of the nicest fabrics I've seen in a long while. Anyone know what it is?

I like the overall look too.

Yep, wonderful fabric and overall look, too. In fact it's a suit jacket worn as SC. I've seen pics of him in that suit.

 

I was hoping it might be a fabric suitable for a suit. I really like it, and am definitely considering getting one myself (probably single-breasted rather than double though), so would love to know what fabric/book it actually is. Anyone have an idea which books to look in? It looks like an ochre/sienna kind of pane on a brownish-grey melange background. There's a not-dissimilar one in an H&S Sherry Tweed II book, but his looks like it might be slightly different.

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Going to keep posting these...
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^Please don't, I can't stand Foulkes' face -- he looks like the most selfish fop available.
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^Please don't, I can't stand Foulkes' face -- he looks like the most selfish fop available.

It's great isn't it?
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Can't say I've ever understood Foulkes.

Neither classic nor clever.
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I have met him once at Rubinacci and he has the weirdest body shape I have seen..
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I have met him once at Rubinacci and he has the weirdest body shape I have seen..

In clothes he just looks thin and small-boned.
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In clothes he just looks thin and small-boned.

And his trousers are worn very high..

I remember him trying on some trousers and the all shape was bizarre...

He did look like of some kind of inbred end of dynasty aristocrat.
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