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post #1876 of 2360
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I was looking around page 11-12 (when on 100 posts per page) for this answer but I didn't see a definitive answer.

Is this old Belvest for Lubiam?

Looks a lot like Lubiam's own tag, but without saying so..

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post #1877 of 2360
Wow, I feel like an idiot haha. I assumed they had someone else make for them. Thanks Wes, I appreciate it.
post #1878 of 2360

Opinions? Church's? Grenson?

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #1879 of 2360
Church's.
post #1880 of 2360

^^Thanks!

post #1881 of 2360
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^^Thanks!

+1 first 2 are out of a pair of my shoes, and the 3rd is Chuch's current heel/nail on their bench grade shoes. 

 

 

 

post #1882 of 2360

about 6 weeks ago I was seeking knowledge on the maker of a SAKS 5th House brand. 

 

 

 

Would still like to know. Yesterday I was at S5A and saw a suit that looked similar. In fact, 2 suits, one USA-made and one Made in Italy. 

 

I asked the department manager to check so we went to a terminal and the house brand USA suits are JA Apparel, I guess now owned by Mens Wearhouse. The Italian ones only showed a brooklyn-based importer named Alpetora Imports. When I looked them up, their website is extremely sparse and only mentions G Manzoni "made in Italy" with no examples or anything. 

 

The new tag in these suits is:

 

 

 

Any ideas guys?

 

jb

post #1883 of 2360
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Opinions? Church's? Grenson?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Church's

 

If you look on the 1st page, it'll show you pictures where you can identify from the nails in the heels which maker too

post #1884 of 2360
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Originally Posted by namdaemun View Post
 

Church's

 

If you look on the 1st page, it'll show you pictures where you can identify from the nails in the heels which maker too

I know. I looked through those. This pattern seemed to overlap with a few others.

post #1885 of 2360

Can anyone please ID these Double RL labels. Are they made by Caruso?

 

 

 

post #1886 of 2360
Why does everyone always presume something is Caruso?

No it isn't Caruso, sorry.
post #1887 of 2360
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Why does everyone always presume something is Caruso?

No it isn't Caruso, sorry.

If it's made in Italy, there's a good chance it's made by Caruso (they make the RRL Made in Italy suiting).

But I don't see a tag that would indicate so.
post #1888 of 2360
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Why does everyone always presume something is Caruso?

No it isn't Caruso, sorry.

If it's made in Italy, there's a good chance it's made by Caruso (they make the RRL Made in Italy suiting).

But I don't see a tag that would indicate so.


This one is made in Italy. Its on the tag by the neck.

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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Why does everyone always presume something is Caruso?

No it isn't Caruso, sorry.

Someone else told me it might be Caruso and that Caruso has many different labels. Thanks, I would love to know who makes it.

post #1889 of 2360
I thought the RRL suiting was either Caruso or Corneliani. Not sure if there are others?
post #1890 of 2360

Hey all,

 

I haven't posted very much, but this is just too cool.  I'd also love more info on it if anyone has any.

 

Brooks Brothers overcoat with satin-y/felt lapels

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More pics...


 

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Got this Brooks Brothers overcoat yesterday and it looks absolutely brand new but the label, style, and quality lead me to believe it's very very old...I'm thinking at least pre-1950s, but someone correct me if I'm wrong.  The label says "New York", which I know BB stopped using ages ago, and the lapel is tacked down by hand which I don't think they've done for some time.  There's not any union label on it at all, and the inside size label is unlike any other I've ever seen.  Any info on dating is very much appreciated!

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