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post #8611 of 12867
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Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey View Post

Maybe a professional tailor can help me here, but it seems to my untrained eye that there is something not quite right about the construction in the shoulder of that jacket.

 



I think this is a result of sewing the armhole tighter while keeping a bit fuller sleeve. 

post #8612 of 12867
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Originally Posted by ColonialBoy View Post

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Michael of Kent... worship2.gif
post #8613 of 12867
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post

This doesnt look as bad as I thought a 4X1 would look 

 

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this looks great if you ask me...
post #8614 of 12867
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post


I believe this is the 'spalla camicia' - 'shirt shoulder'. In this case looking a bit more messy than elegant in my opinion. But it's a lovely detail in general.
http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/Tutorials/AntongiavanniNeopolitanShoulder.htm


I believe you are correct. And thanks for the link to that incredibly useful resource too.

post #8615 of 12867
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If anyone can remember what movie this is from..Id be most appreciative
post #8616 of 12867
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Originally Posted by cronicmole View Post

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If anyone can remember what movie this is from..Id be most appreciative

I am 99.9% percent that this is from "In the mood for love" or the sequel "2046".
Looks very much like a still from a Wong Kar Wei movie (which are all awesome for the aesthetics alone).
post #8617 of 12867
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post

I am 99.9% percent that this is from "In the mood for love" or the sequel "2046".
Looks very much like a still from a Wong Kar Wei movie (which are all awesome for the aesthetics alone).

It might be an homage to "In the Mood for Love", but it is not a still from "In the Mood for Love", because this guy isn't Tony Leung.

And it's "Wong Kar Wai".
post #8618 of 12867
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Originally Posted by Lord-Barrington View Post

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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post

I am 99.9% percent that this is from "In the mood for love" or the sequel "2046".
Looks very much like a still from a Wong Kar Wei movie (which are all awesome for the aesthetics alone).

It might be an homage to "In the Mood for Love", but it is not a still from "In the Mood for Love", because this guy isn't Tony Leung.

And it's "Wong Kar Wai".

Are you sure that it's not Dieter Klappmeier?
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post #8620 of 12867
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

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Awww Spoo......don't you like James????????

He makes me smile. biggrin.gif
post #8621 of 12867
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post

I am 99.9% percent that this is from "In the mood for love" or the sequel "2046".
Looks very much like a still from a Wong Kar Wei movie (which are all awesome for the aesthetics alone).

This is probably one of the thousands of photo spreads magazines do that tries to copy the feel of "In the Mood for Love". This guy was in neither movies mentioned above.
post #8622 of 12867
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

Awww Spoo......don't you like James????????
He makes me smile. biggrin.gif

I love James. He my man. smile.gif
post #8623 of 12867
This is from the FW 11 lookbook of Ovadia & Sons:

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The sensation around Ovadia I don't understand: it's a tightly edited Polo collection with a slightly modernized cut -- shorter coats, narrower trousers -- and some of the wider lapels that look fresh after the 60s revival cycle.

The difference here is the styling. Their last look book was an anonymous model in a studio, a Polo-esqe rich boy.

Ali, the model here, is the proprietor of his own styling/branding agency. He's not shaped like a runway model but he's a grown man, handsome and charismatic. Has an LA music industry background. Did production work on THE CHRONIC.

Through him, and the photography of Justin Chung, Oviadia breaks out of the bell jar of the Poloverse and into the world of urban prep, like a more tailored version of what you might get at Brooklyn Circus.

It's a neat bit of repositioning.
post #8624 of 12867
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Originally Posted by oshinex View Post

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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post

I am 99.9% percent that this is from "In the mood for love" or the sequel "2046".
Looks very much like a still from a Wong Kar Wei movie (which are all awesome for the aesthetics alone).

This is probably one of the thousands of photo spreads magazines do that tries to copy the feel of "In the Mood for Love". This guy was in neither movies mentioned above.

What do I know, I'm not a film guy.
post #8625 of 12867
cross post from rubi thread

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