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post #16 of 61
i want to translate these for you guys but I can't even see the letters.
post #17 of 61
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Originally Posted by iyorito View Post
I think it's the other way around. Salvatore's dad uses the typical Neapolitan tailor while Kiton is atypical sartoria Napolitana.

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Ambrosi Senior's jacket is very typical Neapolitan style that you see all over the streets of Naples.
post #18 of 61
Any idea where I can see it/get it all over the streets of New York?
post #19 of 61
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Originally Posted by Michael Ay329 View Post
Antonio, Salvatorre's dad, does not wear a typical Neopolitan jacket...like Kiton Salvatorre's dad uses a little known tailor hidden in the dark side of Naples...not Solito and not Rubinacci. Its an old man who likely makes 4 jackets a month. It is a distinct jacket made the way Naples jacket used to be made before the Export Napoli jacket with some of the distinct features that the famous Napoli RTW and some of the bespoke Napoli tailors prepare for their International (not local) clientele. There is no RTW maker who makes such stuff...as it is an old tailor's distinct interpretation of how Napoli style jacket use to look.
It looks like it has a rope shoulder. I guess that's a variant. This photos of Vittorio de Sica from the '50s show what I thought was the definitive Neapolitan style. Note the natural shoulders. http://www.thelondonlounge.net/forum...=9188&start=30
post #20 of 61
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post
It looks like it has a rope shoulder.
I guess that's a variant.

This photos of Vittorio de Sica from the '50s
show what I thought was the definitive Neapolitan
style. Note the natural shoulders.

http://www.thelondonlounge.net/forum...=9188&start=30
This type of shoulders is named as spalla insellata, which is a typical type of shoulder that is used for the suits. Spalla camicia is a more casual type used for casual suits and sportcoats. At least, that is what I am aware of.
post #21 of 61
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Beautiful waist-lining of trousers
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post #22 of 61
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post #23 of 61
Ma non capitate mai a Milano?
post #24 of 61
Salvatore,

Do you make visits to the UK or do you plan on making visits to the UK any time soon?
post #25 of 61
Salvatore, I hear that you are supposed to be in Tokyo this month. Has the date been confirmed yet?
post #26 of 61
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Originally Posted by iyorito View Post
I think it's the other way around. Salvatore's dad uses the typical Neapolitan tailor while Kiton is an atypical sartoria Napolitana.
That's a roped shoulder. No more, no less. Con rollino.
post #27 of 61
Salvatore- Any idea when your friend Solito will return to NYC with the jacket I ordered (in your hotel room) and paid him a deposit on 18 months ago?
post #28 of 61
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Originally Posted by watchcollector2454 View Post
Salvatore,

Do you make visits to the UK or do you plan on making visits to the UK any time soon?

he has been to London in the past. im not sure if its a regular on his schedule though
post #29 of 61
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Originally Posted by juuceman View Post
Salvatore- Any idea when your friend Solito will return to NYC with the jacket I ordered (in your hotel room) and paid him a deposit on 18 months ago?

wow. I'm really sad about this. I think you may need to travel to Naples to have a decent shot at getting it. I don't think he is coming back to the States anytime soon.
post #30 of 61
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Originally Posted by Montauk View Post
Nice waistband. Anyone read Korean?

A bit, but it's a bit small for me to read.
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