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post #16 of 19
It's fully canvassed. Slim cut with shorter jacket.
post #17 of 19
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Originally Posted by gs77 View Post

They should be full canvased.

Are you joking that the name of model is Richard III? Someone in their marketing skipped literature classes 😂

I've only heard of the Richard cut and found out that their latest slim cut is the Richard III when I visited Harry Rosen.
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Are you joking that the name of model is Richard III? Someone in their marketing skipped literature classes 😂
the jackets are designed with space for a large hump and each pant leg is a different length
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the jackets are designed with space for a large hump and each pant leg is a different length

 

Yes, if you believe Tudor propaganda, which Shakespeare was part of (or who ever actually that stuff) :paranoia:

 

But still, I had a good laugh when I saw Richard III as a name of a suit model.

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