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post #16 of 33
WOW! What a great deal!
post #17 of 33
What kind of price range is this maker? Is it all bespoke/mtm or is there rtw?
post #18 of 33
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Originally Posted by kitonbrioni
What kind of price range is this maker? Is it all bespoke/mtm or is there rtw?
It is all bespoke save a little bit of RTW sportswear (sweaters, ties, scarves).
post #19 of 33
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Originally Posted by iammatt
It is all bespoke save a little bit of RTW sportswear (sweaters, ties, scarves).

Do they sell also rtw shirts?
post #20 of 33
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Originally Posted by Swann
Do they sell also rtw shirts?
Perhaps a few. Maybe some buttondowns. He used to sell some RTW to shops in the US, but his business is really bespoke suits.
post #21 of 33
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by iammatt
Perhaps a few. Maybe some buttondowns. He used to sell some RTW to shops in the US, but his business is really bespoke suits.



I would think that Rubinacci has more handwork then Kiton.....

They don't even have a sewing machine...
post #22 of 33
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They don't even have a sewing machine

Are you sure Chris? Do they do the pants without a machine?
post #23 of 33
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Originally Posted by Artisan Fan
Are you sure Chris? Do they do the pants without a machine?

Yes they do! The pants are fused! It's an exclusive process.
post #24 of 33
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Artisan Fan
Are you sure Chris? Do they do the pants without a machine?


I read it somewhere.... I know that. Will see if I can find the link.

I would think Rubinacci rivals or exceeds Kiton is everything in terms of suits and perhaps handwork.


Thus,

I would take Rubinacci suits over Kiton.... Now if we compare the Kiton K-50..... that's a whole other story.



Quote from the London Lounge.

"I visited Rubinacci at Milano, a while ago, where I was told by Luca about the opening in London.
In the milanese laboratoy tgere where mainly milanese tailors and one neapolitan cutter, and many of them all including he cutter have worked for caraceni.
Prices were 3600-4000€ for suit.
Everything handmade including trousers, they do not even own a sewing machine."
post #25 of 33
There's been a Rubinacci tie on ebay for $2 BIN for ages. One of you Rubinacci groupies should snatch it up.
post #26 of 33
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Originally Posted by RJman
There's been a Rubinacci tie on ebay for $2 BIN for ages. One of you Rubinacci groupies should snatch it up.
Hahaha

It looks like the Neapolitans may have begun to breathe some of their own exhaust:
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I spend a day touring the two Attolini factories, going once more through the details of the Neapolitan look"”the unengineered shoulders, the gathering at the top of the sleeve, the barchetta-shaped pocket, and the high armhole that they assure me "no northern tailor has the skill to achieve anymore."
http://www.departures.com/articles/thats-amore
post #27 of 33
What is the "famous jacket"?
post #28 of 33
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Originally Posted by ATM
What is the "famous jacket"?
Depicted here:

http://www.marianorubinacci.it/home.jsp

Now on display in the window of their London shop.
post #29 of 33
So what are the criticisms of Rubinacci?

I often here aesthetic, and what of the gorge? But in detail, what is of concern?
post #30 of 33
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Originally Posted by Manton
Depicted here:

http://www.marianorubinacci.it/home.jsp

Now on display in the window of their London shop.


Why is the jacket famous, other than the fact that it's on his homepage? Is there something super-duper about it?
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