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post #16 of 57
Suits/sportcoats:Borrelli, bespoke, armani collezioni
Trousers:Samuelsohn MTM, Incotex, RLPL, Borrelli, Armani collezioni
Shirts:bespoke, borrelli, zegna
Shoes: Ferragamo, Bruno Magli, Mantellassi, Canali, Certo (borgioli)
Casual shirts & sweaters: Avon Celli, Malo, Borrelli, Brunello Cuccinelli,RLPL
Overcoats:Armani Collezioni, Dolce & Gabbana
post #17 of 57
Suits: Emporio Armani, Hart Shaffner Marx, Banana Republic (so shoot me)
Shirts: Borrelli, Robert Talbott (all MTM), Lorenzini, Gucci, Hugo Boss, Nordstrom, Pink, Etro, Burberry, Ted Baker, RLPL, Giorgio Armani
Trousers: Ermenegildo Zegna, Loro Piana, Bernard Zins
Shoes: Bruno Magli, Mezlan, Antonio Mauritzi, Tods, Banana Republic, JCrew, To Boot New York
Ties: Robert Talbott, Ike Behar, Salvatore Ferragamo, Hugo Boss, Pink, John W. Nordstrom, JZ Richards, Emporio Armani, Altea Milano, Villa Bulgheri
post #18 of 57
Suits: Scotch Savanna (MTM in Osaka), Hugo Boss, DKNY Shirts: Jantzen, Tyrwhitt, Brooks Brothers Shoes: Crockett & Jones, Edward Green, Loake, Trippen Ties: Andrew's Ties, Zegna, FIH, Burberry, Drakes Socks: Uniqlo (surprisingly good dress socks) Cufflinks: assorted vintage from eBay Coats: Barbour, J. Crew, Paul Smith
post #19 of 57
Suits: WW Chan, Brooks Brothers
Shirts: Jantzen, Brooks Brothers, TM Lewin, Hilditch & Key, Tyrwhitt
Sportcoats: Oxxford, Polidoro
Trousers: WW Chan, RLPL, Oxxford
Shoes: Grenson, Crockett & Jones, Edward Green, Loake, Bass
Ties: T&A, RLPL,
Overcoat: Brooks, Polo
post #20 of 57
In order of greatest frequency:

Suitings & Jackets: Brooks Brothers, H. Freeman MTM with English cloth, Paul Stuart
Shirtings: Jantzen, Tyrwhitt, Zegna, Truzzi
Trousers: Incotex, Corneliani/Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan Collection
Knitwear: Ralph Lauren, Asprey, Malo
Ties: Nicky, Dunhill, Holliday & Brown, Cifonelli
Shoes: Crockett & Jones (mostly subcontracted to Polo and Dunhill), Edward Green, John Lobb, Lidfort, Tod's
Denim: Helmut Lang, Theory
Casualwear: Banana Republic, American Apparel, John Varvatos
Timepieces (in order of wrist time): Oris, Ulysse Nardin, IWC
post #21 of 57
Equal mix of Claret, CA Cabs, Shiraz, Burgundy and New World Pinot Noirs.

Oh, I thought you said cellar, not closet. My bad.

Closet is mostly Flusser and Polo.

post #22 of 57
Zegna (mainline and Z), Dolce and Gabbana, Paul Smith, Jhane Barnes, Banana Republic, Burberry, Pink, Brioni, Prada(mainline and LR), Bruno Magli, Barney's New York, Ferragamo, Johnston and Murphy, H&M, Polo
post #23 of 57
OK, it will be a good memory test.


Kiton, Oxxford, Brioni, Samuelsohn, Zegna, Isaia, Faconnable, Hickey Freeman, Canali, Belvest, Pat Zileri, Ravazollo, Corneliani, Flusser, Hield, Ibiza, RLPL by St Andrews, etc.

Sport Coats:

Kiton, Oxxford, Brioni, Samuelsohn, Zegna, Isaia, Hickey Freeman, Faconnable, Canali, Corneliani, Ravazollo, Pat Zileri, Versace, Hield, etc.


If it is made I probably have it somewhere


Same as shirts


AE, Cole Haan Bench made in England, Johnston Murphy Aristocrats, Santoni, C&J (Polo as well as C&J), EG (RLPL also), John Lobb, Lots of Foot Joy, etc.

Socks and Underwear:

Pantherella and Zimmerli

And so on,
post #24 of 57
Belvest, Purple Label both Chester and St. Andrews for pants and suits , Oxxford suits , pants, and sportcoats , Zegna - Dress Shirts, Canali Sportcoats, and Corneliani Sporcoat... and more Belvest.
post #25 of 57
Suits/Sports Coats: Burberry, Hickey-Freeman, Brooks Brothers, Chiavari, Gieves and Hawkes, Canali, Oxxford Dress Shirts: Brooks Brothers Casual Clothes: Polo, Izod, Callaway, Quicksilver, Billabong, Volcom, Puma, Alan Flusser and a host of other cheap casual brands. Shoes (casual and formal): Allen Edmonds, Stacy Adams, Puma, New Balance, Crockett and Jones, Sketchers, Rockport, FILA.
post #26 of 57
suit - tailored sportscoats - corneliani shirts- jantzen polo - ralph lauren custom fit, bb golden fleece slim fit, bb pima cotton, lands end pima cotton trousers- tailored denim - gap, zara, levi's, fcuk socks - m&s shoes - santoni, c&j, ferragamo, zegna, church's, magnanni sneakers - onitsuka tiger, nike
post #27 of 57
This is a very interesting thread. Not only has it reminded me of some brands I forgot in my own list that I've now edited in, it also has something slightly voyeuristic about it!

Quite fascinating to peek into somebody else's wardrobe like this. And very different from seeing what someone is wearing on a given day. Good thread!
post #28 of 57
This is an interesting thread, as a picture emerges from each list of labels.

I like Norcal's idea of 'in order of frequency' so:

Suits - Barbera, Castangia, Anderson & Sheppard, Isaia, Sartorio by Attolini
Sportcoats - Barbera, Castangia, Sartoria Attolini, Isaia, Boglioli, Zegna
Trousers - Barbera, Oxxford, Valentini, Sartorio by Attolini
Shirts - Borrelli, H&K, Bergdorf Private Label, Lorenzini, Charvet, M. Bardelli Milano, Jantzen
Knit shirts and polos - American Apparel, Cucinelli, Buttondown Private Label
T-shirts - American Apparel, Hanes
Jeans - Paper Denim & Cloth (their older stuff,) Levi's, Jake Agave, Earnest Sewn
Outerwear - Barbera, Belstaff, Barbour, Kiton, Dunhill, Domenico Vacca
Overcoat/Raincoat - Burberry
Dress shoes - Vass, Edward Green, Grenson Masterpieces, Lobb, Santoni, Ferragamo Handmades
Casual shoes - Paraboot, Converse, Varvatos, Ferragamo
Ties - Talbott, Bergdorf Private Label, Barney's Private Label, Wilkes Bashford Private Label, Bullock & Jones Private Label, Breur, Nicky, Charles Hill, Ike Behar, Audrey Buckner, Carlo Franco, FIH, Isaia, Loro Piana, and (1) Kenneth Cole
Socks - mostly Pantherella
Belts - Trafalgar, Longhi
Watches - Stowa, Glycine

Barbera outweighs every other label, making up at least 50% of my tailored clothing and outerwear. The above list is what I've settled on after 6 years of trying just about every label on the market (95% of the clothes I wore during that period I've since sold. )
post #29 of 57
I have a random hodge-podge of stuff, but here are my favorites:

A ton of Canali and Zegna sweaters
One great Ballantyne sweater
Brunello Cuccinelli polos
Domenic Vacca, Kiton, Borrelli, Carlo Franco ties

Current wish list:
Mr. Ned/WW Chan suit
CEGO shirts
A whole bunch of good shoes
post #30 of 57
Jackets/Blazers: Hugo Boss, Vercase, Jaeger, Dormeuil
Trousers: Jaeger, Hugo Boss, Brax
Suits: Daniel Hecter, Hugo Boss
Shirts: mainly Steenströms and Hugo Boss
Ties: various mainly Hermes
Shoes: Alden, Canali, Church's, Crockett and Jones, Grenson, Lotusse.
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