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post #16 of 89
Well presented.

The fabrics and palette connect to Michael Bastian, while the lapel & collar width and larger-format patterned shirting connects to Tom Ford.

Not a bad place to be.
post #17 of 89
Most of their pieces look nice, but what's up with not offering RTW shirts with a collar larger than 16.5"??? I'm pretty sure that I'd need to develop terminal cancer to get my neck that small.
post #18 of 89
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Originally Posted by Srynerson View Post
Most of their pieces look nice, but what's up with not offering RTW shirts with a collar larger than 16.5"??? I'm pretty sure that I'd need to develop terminal cancer to get my neck that small.

If my intel is correct, their online shop will be filled with more items very soon "” including broader sizing.
post #19 of 89
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post #20 of 89
not bad
post #21 of 89
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Originally Posted by SouthPhillyMan View Post
not bad

+1 - Thanks for the pic. Not too bad, but I wish the collar was slightly taller in the front (i.e. more tie space). Also, not exactly what I would consider a "cutaway." Moreso just a spread.
post #22 of 89
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Originally Posted by mack11211 View Post
Well presented.

The fabrics and palette connect to Michael Bastian, while the lapel & collar width and larger-format patterned shirting connects to Tom Ford.

Not a bad place to be.

No, it's more like the Paul Stuart Paul model. The shirts are like Phineas
post #23 of 89
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Fuck, I want this tie bad
post #24 of 89
I like the patterns and colors. But the cut is not too my taste, i.e. huge cuffs, narrow legs.

The cut on the pants with the boots seems a bit drastic. They look like something Paul Simonon would have designed for the Clash to wear onstage during their pseudo-militant Sandinista period. With shoes, those pants will look like man-capris.
post #25 of 89
The lookbook shots are mostly styled too tight, IMO. Be nice if it's more reasonable off the rack.
post #26 of 89
I recently inherited a navy pinstripe double breasted suit that looks very similar to the one from this collection, However, the pants definitely need altered and I like the cuts on these suits, what do you think the leg opening on the trousers are?
post #27 of 89
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Originally Posted by Panzer View Post
I recently inherited a navy pinstripe double breasted suit that looks very similar to the one from this collection, However, the pants definitely need altered and I like the cuts on these suits, what do you think the leg opening on the trousers are?

7-7.5"
post #28 of 89
thanks! Hopefully the alterations go well, I really want to wear this suit!
post #29 of 89
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post #30 of 89
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Originally Posted by nmlgy View Post

I think it is all awesome, but my interest is in the shirt in this picture.

Where can I get something similar?

Or can I get it on their online store?

How much does it cost?

And what fabric is it made of of?
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