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post #2356 of 2365
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Thanks! I didn't think it actually was Zegna but good to know.

 

 

Thanks for the info!

Had a similar one this year and ended up going to S5A and having them look up the supplier of the current line of Made In Italy house brand suits. Their system listed it as provided by Alpetora Imports. When I looked them up, their website is extremely sparse but they seem to be the import rep or owner of  G Manzoni "made in Italy" with no examples or anything. 

 

From what they said, the buyers frequently spec suits and changes makers chasing a price point. So this years could be manzoni, the one beside it from last year could be someone else. 

post #2357 of 2365
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Originally Posted by jebarne View Post

Had a similar one this year and ended up going to S5A and having them look up the supplier of the current line of Made In Italy house brand suits. Their system listed it as provided by Alpetora Imports. When I looked them up, their website is extremely sparse but they seem to be the import rep or owner of  G Manzoni "made in Italy" with no examples or anything. 

From what they said, the buyers frequently spec suits and changes makers chasing a price point. So this years could be manzoni, the one beside it from last year could be someone else. 

post #2358 of 2365
Saks fifth Ave?
post #2359 of 2365

yea, saks 5th ave.

post #2360 of 2365
Oh, of course. facepalm.gif
I thought it was some online resource for maker info. Thanks!
post #2361 of 2365

Does this maker tag look like anyone important?  I'm probably assuming its just a random Italian tailor house

 

 

post #2362 of 2365
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Oh, of course. facepalm.gif
I thought it was some online resource for maker info. Thanks!


sorry. I thought that was accepted short hand

post #2363 of 2365

Might anyone be able to identify shoes with writing as follows?

There are no markings left on soles or insole.

Thanks.

post #2364 of 2365
Any ideas?

AppleMark
post #2365 of 2365

Think I've figured out mine, reckon they're an old pair of Loakes.  They do an 85 last which is EE width, so that adds up.

Thanks

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