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post #226 of 237
I saw the other version in real life^^.
Fortunately only when he turned away after he greeted me .
I'd do this with a 3 piece suit when I'm 115% sure that I wont remove the jacket btw.
post #227 of 237
I have heard he's a really nice chap so maybe this makes what he wears not so important. He looks very serious in those photos though, if I was wearing clothes like that I would have a much better sense of humor about it. I mean that sincerely, because surely those clothes are meant to display whimsy and a sense of humor?
post #228 of 237
I think it'd look pretty amazing if it was lining a jacket.
post #229 of 237
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I think it'd look pretty amazing if it was lining a jacket.

oh yeah. may be pretty good as a vest back as well if it was just clouds. I think Luca would really like Westwood.
post #230 of 237
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I think it'd look pretty amazing if it was lining a jacket.

Thought the same.
Wouldn't wear but ballin' nonetheless.
post #231 of 237
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I think it'd look pretty amazing if it was lining a jacket.
It is tie silk though, not actual lining (the lining's on his waistcoat isnt actual lining fabric as well), it was made by Sciamt for Dolcepunta as a "gag".
post #232 of 237
This waiscoat look like a posh version of Ed Hardy...
post #233 of 237
I quite like the concept. I'm also pleased that he is willing to play with tradition, innovative spirit is the only thing that will keep fine tailoring going. Obviously this is a "show" piece, but all car manufactures create "concepts" so why should he be prevented from experimentation as well? Its not like he's bringing this out as RTW and saying that the masses will love it. He's a guy, playing around in his workshop, because .. why not?
post #234 of 237
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I have heard he's a really nice chap so maybe this makes what he wears not so important.

He looks very serious in those photos though, if I was wearing clothes like that I would have a much better sense of humor about it. I mean that sincerely, because surely those clothes are meant to display whimsy and a sense of humor?


Luca totally has fun dressing in LH cloting it just doesn't come through in the photos. I've never met a moor down to earth person.
post #235 of 237
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Luca totally has fun dressing in LH cloting it just doesn't come through in the photos. I've never met a moor down to earth person.

I have met him twice and he was very nice ...

Not peacockish at all.
post #236 of 237
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I have met him twice and he was very nice ...

Not peacockish at all.
Photographs give one a peek into the life of another ... but to know personality requires meeting.
post #237 of 237
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I quite like the concept. I'm also pleased that he is willing to play with tradition, innovative spirit is the only thing that will keep fine tailoring going. Obviously this is a "show" piece, but all car manufactures create "concepts" so why should he be prevented from experimentation as well? Its not like he's bringing this out as RTW and saying that the masses will love it.

He's a guy, playing around in his workshop, because .. why not?

Actually...

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In this picture i'm wearing a vintage linen vest jacket, 3 buttons with the "Victory" Foulard on the back from our new S/S 2012 collection, a white cotton chinos, green printed tie and a "lucky" coral bracelet, where I usual wear on my left lappel.
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