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post #31 of 163
I tried on the bottom penguin one at macy's. Fit me pretty nicely, from what i can remember from last year. Penguin fits nice but those pants really made me angry with how they shrunk. I'll have to make a trip to the large macy's in san francisco to see what they have.
post #32 of 163
I love the understated elegance of this Magnoli coat. (Picture links.)
post #33 of 163
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Originally Posted by Jovan
I love the understated elegance of this Magnoli coat. (Picture links.)



The coat is beautiful. And the price seems too good to be true.

Does anyone have any experience with Magnoli? How is their stuff?
post #34 of 163
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Is someone paying you by the post or do you just live in very dark and lonely place with a Buffalo Bill-like alter to Ciro and Massimo. Should they be afraid? I am.
Who is this Buffalo Bill? Is he an artisan as well? If my memory serves me correctly, I have a vague recollection of hand work in his oeuvre.
post #35 of 163
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Originally Posted by Kaga
Who is this Buffalo Bill? Is he an artisan as well? If my memory serves me correctly, I have a vague recollection of hand work in his oeuvre.

How many humps have you skinned today?
post #36 of 163
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Originally Posted by jmh
The coat is beautiful. And the price seems too good to be true. Does anyone have any experience with Magnoli? How is their stuff?
Everyone at Fedora Lounge thinks he's excellent.
post #37 of 163
Cool weather can't come soon enough. Filene's Basement has cashmere overcoats for Italy for $400, and there are the outlet malls also with good coats.
post #38 of 163
You mean from Italy?
post #39 of 163
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Originally Posted by Kaga
Who is this Buffalo Bill? Is he an artisan as well? If my memory serves me correctly, I have a vague recollection of hand work in his oeuvre.
I believe he is a couturier. He is a real artisan fan who works for himself.
post #40 of 163
I saw a lot of nice Corneliani overcoats at the C21 in Paramus. I'm probably going to go pick one up from there in a month or so if they're still available. IIRC they were about $400 or so.
post #41 of 163
Bringing this back from the dead; saw this
http://www.bluefly.com/pages/product...&Nu=Product+ID

at Bluefly and would love to find something similar but a tad bit more affordable. Any ideas?
post #42 of 163
Don't know where else you'd find that cheaper. Banana republic has some black peacoats in stock now for $250. Might get lucky and find a 20% day at Macy's when you use your Macy's card plus a possible 10% extra if you sign up for one.
post #43 of 163
I picked this coat up for $100 with free shipping at STP when the sale was on, a killer deal. I think it is still a steal at the current price.

http://www.sierratradingpost.com/pro...ercoat-For-Men

I took a chance on the size as I'm usually a 40R, took the 42R and it fits like a glove. Very nice coat in the Isaia family of brands...probably same factory.
post #44 of 163
No 38. Damn.
post #45 of 163
I have a vintage look over here in this thread for a 38 or possibly a 40:

http://styleforum.net/showthread.php...820#post290820
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