Originally Posted by politico
SF doesn't like anything that's not a $5k Bespoke Rubinacci.(bought for $1k on FS forum) Everything else is trash, and needs to be treated with the disdain becoming of such pedestrian merchandise.
Absolutely not true. Style forum (or, SF for short) also loves all other Italian bespoke tailoring (and far from just suits), especially the three Caraceni operations and the two Rubinacci operations (all of these tailoring operations get equal amounts of love on SF just as much as they are equally handmade). And, SF does not just love Italian bespoke tailoring in Italy but SF also loves all Italian bespoke tailoring in many other areas of the world (especially in New York City, New York, USA and Paris, France). SF also loves a lot of English bespoke tailoring (and, again, far from just suits), especially if it is Ozwald Boateng (but only those can tolerate his outlandish fabrics) and Andrew Ramroop/Maurice Sedwell (or AR/MS for short). Both of these tailoring operations (who are just as handmade as the three Caraceni operations and the two Rubinacci operations) get equal amounts of love (and just as much love as the five Italian tailoring operations mentioned above) from SF just as much as they are equally handmade. However, Ozwald Boateng (or OB for short), again, only gets this kind of love from SF members who can tolerate his outlandish fabrics (which, apparently, is 80% of OB's production and sales). Of course, SF does not just love a lot of English bespoke tailoring in England but SF also loves a lot of English bespoke tailoring in many other areas of the world (especially in New York City, New York, USA). All of the above regarding SF's tremendous fondness (rivaling, matching or maybe even exceeding Chris Tucker's Smokey characters tremendous fondness for that wonderful drug called marijuana in the movie Friday; cannabis, FWIW, very, very, very badly needs to be legalized worldwide ASAP!!!!!
, but that is a whole other topic) for all Italian and a lot of English bespoke tailoring (and, yet again, far from just suits) is particularly true if the prices are multiple thousands of Euros (Italian), Pounds (English), Dollars (in this case, USA) and all other currencies. Everything else being trash, and needing to be treated with the disdain becoming of such pedestrian merchandise in the opinions of 80-95% of the members SF is absolutely 100% true, I'm afraid.
However, I am not one of them. Off topic, but Friday (1995) is now just as much of a classic as or more of a classic than Caddyshack (1980) and National Lampoon’s Vacation (1983).