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Satriano 5 - Naples - Italy

post #1 of 21
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Here is the Trial shirt from Satriano 5. It is a Canclini's Oxford sateen, French Cuff and semi spread collar. It is also darted at the back.

post #2 of 21
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I forgot to mention, if you go there make sure you are measured and fitted by Luca. Is one of the partners, but is the only one responsible for the technical aspects of shitmaking and fitting.

they have some rolls from Carlo Riva, Canclini and books from many other makers
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post #4 of 21
Congrats. Beautiful!!
post #5 of 21
Very nice Marco!

Tie seems a touch too short though wink.gif
post #6 of 21
Great collar!

Love the hand on the fabric out of Carlo Riva. They do a great job with the finishing.
post #7 of 21
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Thanks for the comments. I am pretty happy about this Canclini fabric and the very impressive construction. It is just a bit tight on the underarm area/chest; but I believe it is also due to my recent work in the gym.
post #8 of 21
great looking shirt.
post #9 of 21
How do they do their collars? Fused? Hand-attached? Interested to see details on the workmanship.
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

How do they do their collars? Fused? Hand-attached? Interested to see details on the workmanship.

Collar is fused and hand attached. Both this and my shirt from Prisco have virtually the same hand details, sleves, yoke, and collar hand felled. Sleeve seam that hides under a pleat at the cuff. Visible buttonholes by hand.

Luca at Satriano was honest in saying that "lined" collar in the old way is either done properly or is a disaster, and therefore the do not offer it. Prisco will do it upon request(old style they call it)
post #11 of 21
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Originally Posted by marcodalondra View Post

Collar is fused and hand attached. Both this and my shirt from Prisco have virtually the same hand details, sleves, yoke, and collar hand felled. Sleeve seam that hides under a pleat at the cuff. Visible buttonholes by hand.
Luca at Satriano was honest in saying that "lined" collar in the old way is either done properly or is a disaster, and therefore the do not offer it. Prisco will do it upon request(old style they call it)

Most everyone does a fused collar now it seems. IIRC the only "old style' i have is my charvets These look very nice. would love to see some better detailed pics.
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post #13 of 21
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I have just received an invite for their visit to London 24-26 November 2011.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/62671033@N04/6329254570
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I am thinking on what to order next from them, possibly on their upcoming visit to London. One of my "shirt project idea" that i have been thinking of recently has been a contrasting collar shirt. The traditional type is usually made with an duck egg blue or bengali blue striped body and white collar and cuff. As a more unique look I was thinking of a micro poppytooth in light blue and white. I would like to know what the forum thinks of this idea?

Thanks,

Marco
post #15 of 21
In some parts of the world, wearing a contrasting collar shirt = wearing two shirts = bad idea.
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