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post #136 of 2415
Who makes RLBL if it has this label? This is from a seller's posting here. (It says Made in Italy, but doesn't have the detail of the typical white RLBL suit labels)
post #137 of 2415
I have the same RLBL tag...I believe it is still Caruso
post #138 of 2415
Can anyone tell me, who is the maker of this jacket? It is a recent Baldessarini model.

post #139 of 2415
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Originally Posted by Sebastian View Post
Can anyone tell me, who is the maker of this jacket? It is a recent Baldessarini model.
It looks like an older Caruso tag.
post #140 of 2415
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Originally Posted by AnGeLiCbOrIs View Post
It looks like an older Caruso tag.

You sure?
It is from a Bldessarini coat, AFTER it was separated from Hugo BOSS. So it shouldn't have a vintage tag in it. (Although Caruso used to make stuff for Baldessarini.)

I know I have seen this tag before, but I can't remember where.

Well, thanks for the input anyway.
post #141 of 2415
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Originally Posted by Sebastian View Post
You sure?
It is from a Bldessarini coat, AFTER it was separated from Hugo BOSS. So it shouldn't have a vintage tag in it. (Although Caruso used to make stuff for Baldessarini.)

I know I have seen this tag before, but I can't remember where.

Well, thanks for the input anyway.

Here is the tag from a Hugo Boss Baldessarini that I sold a few months ago. It is definitely a similar fabric to the current Caruso tags.

post #142 of 2415
Great, thanks!
post #143 of 2415
Posted in the main forum by mistake, so reposting here...

Found a nwt Mulberry sportjacket at a thrift store and was wondering who the maker is. Tags indicate 'Made in Italy', and one of the other tags has some signature on it that I can't make out. Jacket is canvassed and is finely made. No hand work though. Anyone know the maker? Thanks in advance for any info.
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post #144 of 2415
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Originally Posted by 83glt View Post
Posted in the main forum by mistake, so reposting here...

Found a nwt Mulberry sportjacket at a thrift store and was wondering who the maker is. Tags indicate 'Made in Italy', and one of the other tags has some signature on it that I can't make out. Jacket is canvassed and is finely made. No hand work though. Anyone know the maker? Thanks in advance for any info.
I guess I'll kind of answer my own question... Came across a Zanella blazer with the identical tag (above). Having searched around here I've read that Caruso makes for Zanella. Is it possible that my Mulberry was made by Caruso? It's very well made, with canvassing but no handwork. I'd say it's a bit better than my Canali stuff. Thanks for any info...
post #145 of 2415
Made In Italy for Gieves & Hawkes:



Ideas?
post #146 of 2415
scored a sweet hemp jacket from Gilt Caruso for RLPL if i'm not mistaken, am i correct?
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post #147 of 2415
I concur.
post #148 of 2415
Ralph Lauren Purple Label dinner jacket made by St. Andrews:
post #149 of 2415
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This is one of the few that made it to the original OP before it timed out for further editing
post #150 of 2415
Can we say definitively that the tag in the following thread is Cantarelli?

http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...light=rlpl+tag
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