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We are all outmatched.

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wow, that is one commitment.
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We are all outmatched.

foo.gif has been foo.gif ed. the one-shoe means nothing now.
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Does anyone else think that Lino or Lupo or whatever he's called is one of the worst dressed clowns in that whole fashion-circus? There was that one pic of him (he being chubby anyway) in an overly long bright blue coat and next to him a tallish guy in a very short, a too-short sports-coat. That must have been taken in the carneval season (I hope). I want to make fun of that (on some blog of mine) but can't find the exact location again- could anyone help me out?
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Does anyone else think that Lino or Lupo or whatever he's called is one of the worst dressed clowns in that whole fashion-circus? There was that one pic of him (he being chubby anyway) in an overly long bright blue coat and next to him a tallish guy in a very short, a too-short sports-coat. That must have been taken in the carneval season (I hope). I want to make fun of that (on some blog of mine) but can't find the exact location again- could anyone help me out?

They're at best amusing in a ridiculous way..
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Jerome, Lino is Lino. Though you think him a clown, he has a unique style and consistency to it. I can't think of too many guys out there donning double-breasted odd jackets. All those group shots, lucky 7-ties and thumbs up-poses market the Lino style and I've a hunch his business is booming. Al Bazar is in actuality a cloning workshop that sends tiny Lino avatars all around the world. I don't like it, but it's part of this strange world that is menswear. We'd be one man poorer without that mischievous grin of his.
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Lino got his own style and uniform settled, unlike some ever-changing walking mannequins that this forum adores.
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i'd always echo that simon crompton is the best dressed guy currently blogging. will boehlke is decent but his silhouette and age is more prohibitive, and he totally misses when doing casual
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

Lino got his own style and uniform settled, unlike some ever-changing walking mannequins that this forum adores.

Such as?????

Foo or Mount Spiffy ????
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Rubinacci Jr.
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

Rubinacci Jr.

He is not wildly acclaimed over here.
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He is always very elegant..

The tie knot on the 1st picture is very putin in style-perfect triangle. On all three jackets quite explicit roping on the shoulders.
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They sure do.

 

Who is the girl, his wife?

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The Armoury guys (and gals) looking great at Pitti84.



Seems like this year, Pitti is less clownish than before.
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