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post #16 of 237
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Also, the OPs consistently homophobic comments are just despicable.
Perhaps he's ultra closeted -- a la Roy Cohen and J. Edgar Hover -- and he believes himself to be pointing the finger elsewhere.
post #17 of 237
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
he looks to be just an histrionic person that wants to call for attention.

Also looks super homo with all my respects to ellegant homos.

Not very macho position;

Another as him;
Any issues with your masculinity you'd like to talk about?
post #18 of 237
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Perhaps he's ultra closeted -- a la Roy Cohen and J. Edgar Hover -- and he believe himself to be pointing the finger elsewhere.

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Originally Posted by 0b5cur1ty View Post
Any issues with your masculinity you'd like to talk about?

Roy Cohen actually came to mind. Although, I also considered the fact that OP's primary language is not english so there is a possibility that he is using google translation - in which case it can be blamed on the algorithm used to translate what he inputs.
post #19 of 237
The OP is a sockpuppet/troll you dolts.

Rubinacci often fails but at least he tries to make suit wearing interesting. Most people stop at boringly consistent and feel they're put the required effort.
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Luca looks great. Esp the first photo. His lapels are perfect.
post #21 of 237
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The OP is a sockpuppet/troll you dolts.
Why don't you tell us who he really is?

That said, I agree with your comment about R jr ... not that you'll give a damn.
post #22 of 237
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Also looks super homo with all my respects to ellegant homos.

The only thing worse than homophobes is homophobes who can't spell.
post #23 of 237
You people responding to Spalla like he's a legit poster are fools
post #24 of 237
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You people responding to Spalla like he's a legit poster are fools

Duly noted. It all makes sense now.
post #25 of 237
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Why don't you tell us who he really is?

That said, I agree with your comment about R jr ... not that you'll give a damn.

Well since I have no idea what you wear (aside from a cowboy hat), I have no idea where you're coming from. I assume the ranch picture was contextual so this leaves me with very little information. Have you ever posted a picture?
post #26 of 237
Whatever you may think of him and his outfits, he certainly knows how to attract attention to the brand.
post #27 of 237
Thank God for people like Luca. I've always thought he looks like someone who has fun with his clothes, takes risks, makes a mistake or two, and isn't afraid to stand out.
post #28 of 237
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Thank God for people like Luca. I've always thought he looks like someone who has fun with his clothes, takes risks, makes a mistake or two, and isn't afraid to stand out.

Good point. IMO, he does his brand more of a disservice than a service. Again, just my opinion.
post #29 of 237
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Well since I have no idea what you wear (aside from a cowboy hat), I have no idea where you're coming from. I assume the ranch picture was contextual so this leaves me with very little information. Have you ever posted a picture?
I have posted photos of what I wear. I was the first on the forum to post side by side comparisons of bespoke pieces from Anderson & Sheppard, Dege, Huntsman & Richard Anderson. Other members -- including Vox and Darren Beaman -- later reposted them on several occasions. I've also posted photos of myself in a RA house tweed & diagonal pinstripe ... as well as an A&S DB suit. Moreover, I've posted several photos of a number of coats still on the hanger ... both Anderson & Sheppard and Richard Anderson. Lately I posted a photo of an A&S SB coat I wore on NYE. But I don't go out of my way to "model" my clothes ... that's not my style.

That said, I don't recall seeing any photos of you ... except perhaps for the panda costume in your avatar?

Fuuma, mostly I react less than positively to an obvious contempt you all too openly display toward others. It's an attitude that is so unnecessary for someone of your obvious intelligence.

EDIT: Imageshack seems to be down ... otherwise I'd post a couple again. And the ranch photo -- which is indeed contextual -- was posted in jest after a member offered that he pictured me a cross between Monte Burns and Gray Gardens while wearing "mother's fur coat."

Found a couple already on SF ... lets see if I can cross post. Oh, and there's a face pic in my SF profile.





post #30 of 237
i think luca looks awesome in the 3 photos you posted as well as most of the pics on the sartorialist and rubinacci blog. he's the best i've seen at mixing colors/patterns/textures, and i would guess that most of the photos he posts on line are intended to display this virtuosity. he's probably more restrained and conventional in real life.

the only time he misses is when he's modeling the rubinacci RTW line.
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