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Anyone have a clue on this one?
post #3137 of 3231

Looks like D'Avenza.

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Looks like D'Avenza.

That makes sense, as it was near some other D'Avenzas. I've just seen so many different tags from them in the archives here, but so far not that one.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Reosymes View Post

Looks like D'Avenza.

That makes sense, as it was near some other D'Avenzas. I've just seen so many different tags from them in the archives here, but so far not that one.

+1 D'Avenzas  http://www.tailoredconsignment.com/#!who-made-this-suit-guide/cojr

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Confirmed this with Mark Cho (Drake's Owner) who consulted with Michael Hill (Drake's Creative Director). The green label with the duck on the left is an old Drake's label.



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Very interesting high quality shoe.  Inside it says "Principe di Galles" (Prince of Wales) in script and is made in Italy.  The sole appears to be intentionally crafted in 3 dimensions (curvature front to back and curvature left to right).

 

I thought the nail pattern looked like John Lobb, but this isn't English.

 

Any thoughts?

 

 

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Anyone knows if this is Hermes Pants? I cant find the label anywhere.

Thanks in advance






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I don't know if you got an answer yet, the Hermes pants i had were by belvest in Italy. Those pants look very similar to Bernard zins. This is an image i took off ebay

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From two different Domenico Vacca suits, any ideas? 

 

I know DV has mostly been made by Attolini and Belvest, but I've never seen these. First I thought they were Borrelli, but nope. Haven't found these in this thread either.

 

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Any help on these translations?

 

 

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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post
 

Any help on these translations?

 

 

rayon 55

linen  45

 

made in jp

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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post
 

Any help on these translations?

 

 

rayon 55

linen  45

 

made in jp

Thanks!

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Great thread.

I'm new here. Aside from 'introduce yourself' this is my first post. Just wanted to pitch in. 

 

Current Corneliani:

 

Almost unreadable tag on a vintage GFT-made sports coat. The label behind the tag says "Sidi by GFT - Made in Italy". There's a hint of a green border visible on the tag. As far as I understand, GFT was an Italian Joseph Abboud-related manufacturer that made clothes for Armani, Valentino, and others:

 

Ermenegildo Zegna:

 

Raffaele Caruso Sartoriale Parma:

 

If anyone knows the approximate ages of the GFT, Zegna, and Caruso, I'd love to hear it.

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Ballantyne off Yoox

Appreciate in advance!


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Caruso
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