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post #76 of 2160
This is a great thread....I never read it thinking it only applied to shoes. I'll contribute something in thanks for info received.

Huntsman (Chester Barrie) for Louis, Boston. The opposite pocket has a yellow text on green label with a red border, reading Louis International. Inside the pocket is a Made in England tag, though I can't find this fabric content tag that has been posted so often.



ps. Thanks AHarris
post #77 of 2160
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Originally Posted by Huntsman View Post
This is a great thread....I never read it thinking it only applied to shoes. I'll contribute something in thanks for info received.

Huntsman for Louis, Boston. The opposite pocket has a yellow text on green label with a red border, reading Louis International. Inside the pocket is a Made in England tag, though I can't find this fabric content tag that has been posted so often.



^^Chester Barrie
post #78 of 2160
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Originally Posted by A Harris View Post
^^Chester Barrie

Cool.
post #79 of 2160
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post
Okay, so now I've also seen this label on Lanvin and Ralph Lauren Black Label (fall 2006 collection).

Iammatt suggests that this label is from Ma.Co, a small shop that sold the Raffaelle Caruso brand and also does work for other labels. See his post here: http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...5&postcount=11

Makes sense, because it doesn't look like my Corneliani labels.
post #80 of 2160
I used to have a Ma.Co suit (badged just "Ma.Co" and not Caruso) and IIRC the tags look like the one posted in the Dunhill. I might be wrong, but I'll see if I can find a pic of the tag off my suit when I put it in the sales area. So, that would support Matt's statement that it is made by Ma.Co
post #81 of 2160
Current ebay offering of a Ferragamo sportscoat from ed himself. Any ideas who makes this?

http://i14.ebayimg.com/01/i/000/e0/00/5047_12.JPG

post #82 of 2160
I think Lardini IIRC..


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Current ebay offering of a Ferragamo sportscoat from ed himself. Any ideas who makes this?
post #83 of 2160
^I agree. I have a few Lardini suits, jackets, etc. and the inner tags are the same.
post #84 of 2160
Nice thread indeed..
post #85 of 2160
This is from a pretty inexpensive Loro Piana suit, any ideas who made this?

post #86 of 2160
Canali for Dior Boutique
post #87 of 2160
^^My earlier posts muddied this issue I'm afraid. I've seen that exact label in both Canali and Corneliani coats. So either they've taken to using the same labels (something I've never seen before, ever) or there is some sort of association between the two.
post #88 of 2160
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Originally Posted by A Harris View Post
^^My earlier posts muddied this issue I'm afraid. I've seen that exact label in both Canali and Corneliani coats. So either they've taken to using the same labels (something I've never seen before, ever) or there is some sort of association between the two.

That's definitely a Canali Label. I don't have pics of the Corneliani label handy but I have several of their coats and suits and the labels are different; there is no association AFAIK.
post #89 of 2160
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That's definitely a Canali Label. I don't have pics of the Corneliani label handy but I have several of their coats and suits and the labels are different; there is no association AFAIK.

There is a pic of a Cornaliani label at the top of this thread - unfortunately along with two pics of Ma.Co. labels wrongly identified as Corneliani. The SF editing rule is a shame as the OP should be constantly updated and corrected but I cannot do so.
post #90 of 2160
I saw a raw silk Canali jacket today with the Canterelli manufacturer tag. It was fused.
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