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Originally Posted by fox81 View Post
those are the ones i see here in london. those arent the books in question. mina and ambrosi carry some that are bright orange. they may also feature a crude depiction of mt vesuvius inside the cover

that one is caccioppoli not loro piana
they have fabrics made for them by others eg lp
post #122 of 3954
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thanks, eventually we'll meet up and I'll get to see your stuff. There is also an issue that needs to be discussed as to why eddie will be on the website and not ed

You're doing PAs now?
post #123 of 3954
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
The camera adds 10 pounds plus love handles.

Old joke, but still: How many cameras did you eat? Four?
post #124 of 3954
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Originally Posted by kcc View Post
Ed,


Was that shirt made by Mina? Love the collar

no, it was made by Carlo Goldbergi, he has a small shop in the foothills of Chelsearino, just off Via Fiftha Avenida.

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Neapolitan camera?

are you saying I look like fried pizza
post #125 of 3954
It's the puffy edges - very traditional - ma che buono!
post #126 of 3954
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Originally Posted by T4phage View Post
mmmm delicious....
matt knows this one


In my native land, the Italian part of Queens, that is called Calzone, especially when stuffed with
Ricotta and ham.
post #127 of 3954
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
Neapolitan camera?

Could have been a drape camera, but the sleeve pitch didn't look wrong.

--Andre
post #128 of 3954
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Originally Posted by T4phage View Post
mmmm delicious....
matt knows this one


In my native land, the Italian part of Queens, that is called Calzone, especially when stuffed with
Ricotta and ham.
post #129 of 3954
Calzone is baked, this is deep fried, I think.
post #130 of 3954
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
But this comment was particularly dumb as he's saying that the most Naples-inspired Napolitan pizza maker in NYC (Motorino, since UVPN moved to SF) is actually much better than the Napolitan pizza he is emulating.

If anyone told Palombino his pizza was better than anything you'd find in Italy, he'd laugh at you.

By the way, that puffy pizza in the OP looks very much like the pizza you'd find at Olio in the village. Can't eat too much of that though, it's very filling.
Speaking of, I went to UPN a few weeks ago. Pretty good. Not comparable to Naples at all. Still, a nice place to have around.
post #131 of 3954
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
Speaking of, I went to UPN a few weeks ago. Pretty good. Not comparable to Naples at all. Still, a nice place to have around.

did you take a coterie of SF poasters with you?
post #132 of 3954
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Originally Posted by rayuela View Post
Calzone is baked, this is deep fried, I think.

Hmmm, you are correct. Perhaps the Italians of Queens opted for
more healthy fare.
post #133 of 3954
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
BTW, Mina and Dino are in Boston right now, at Copley House but I think today is voxsartoria day so you would have to go tomorrow.


Will be meeting with her tomorrow before she leaves Boston. I look forward to the meeting.

-LR
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post #135 of 3954
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BTW, Mina and Dino are in Boston right now, at Copley House but I think today is voxsartoria day so you would have to go tomorrow.



Will she be measuring you for trousers in the same mens' room?
Sounds like the first scene of a sartorial porn epic.
Which side do you dress?
We do have to plan camera angles.
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