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post #211 of 296
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The pictures a few post above (post #202) are photos of Neapolitan style jackets with unstructured / soft shoulder. I'll post more unstructured shoulder jacket in the future when we have some samples that can be fitted on the jacket model.
post #212 of 296
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Sent you an email Mr. Yao smile.gif

e-mail replied.
post #213 of 296
Photo of a nice jacket:

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post #214 of 296
Our Summer US Tour will begin in June 4th at New Your City. Below is a summary of the Itinerary.
Detail Itinerary with hotel address can be found on our website: http://www.gordonyao.com/en_itinerary_details.asp?id=5

June 4 - 9: NEW YORK CITY: PENINSULA HOTEL: (212) 956-2888

June 11: PHILADELPHIA: SHERATON PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY CITY HOTEL: (215) 387-8000

June 13 - 14: WASHINGTON D.C.: THE FAIRMONT WASHINGTON DC: (202) 429-2400

June 16: DALLAS: THE FAIRMONT DALLAS: (214) 720-2020

June 18 - 19: CHICAGO: THE FAIRMOUNT CHICAGO: (312) 565-8000

June 21: COSTA MESA: THE WESTIN SOUTH COAST PLAZA: (714) 540-2500

June 23: LOS ANGELES: HYATT REGENCY CENTURY PLAZA: (310) 228-1234

June 25 - 26: SAN FRANCISCO: THE FAIRMONT SAN FRANCISCO: (415) 772-5000

Please e-mail us at info@gordonyao.com to make appointments.
post #215 of 296
DB Suit:

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post #216 of 296
Another DB suit:

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post #217 of 296
If GY can make a trip to Sydney why not London? We are much more keen on looking smart!

One or two of the more respected HK tailors stop over on their way to US. They do very well here, difficult to get an appointment.
post #218 of 296
That DB suit is gorgeous. What's the fabric?
post #219 of 296
It looks like the London Lounge Brisa in RAF blue POW check

http://thelondonlounge.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=9981
post #220 of 296
Thought it might be. I have a length of that, and have been doubting over SB or DB all along. Now how would a jacket like that look with Fresco grey trousers...
post #221 of 296
I have the SB version in the works and I am going to wear it as separates. I think it would look good with Fresco trouser. I am going to pair my with the light grey Brisa trousers.
post #222 of 296
Indeed, I'm quite convinced the fabric would work very well as a separate jacket, but would it do so in a DB version? Do post pictures when yours is finished...
post #223 of 296
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Originally Posted by Tom21 View Post

If GY can make a trip to Sydney why not London? We are much more keen on looking smart!
One or two of the more respected HK tailors stop over on their way to US. They do very well here, difficult to get an appointment.

Yes, we hear you. We were consolidating interests for a London Tour and we are figuring out the best time for a visit.
For anyone who may interest in our London Tour, please send us an e-mail or PM and I'll update you when the schedule is confirmed. Cheers! smile.gif
post #224 of 296
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Indeed, I'm quite convinced the fabric would work very well as a separate jacket, but would it do so in a DB version? Do post pictures when yours is finished...

I am not convince it would work as a DB for me , to me this a spring summer jacket., a double layer in 3 ply 13oz would be way too warm.
post #225 of 296
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Some shirt photos to share:
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Gorgeous! Do you mind telling us where (mill/book/range) this fabric was from?
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