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post #31 of 49
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Originally Posted by romafan
Are we talking topcoats or overcoats? Most of the coats posted I would consider to be overcoats(?) I always thought topcoats were lighter and slighty shorter than proper overcoats. Weather-wise, to my mind topcoats occupy the 35 - 55 degree strata, whereas OCs are more for freezing temperatures...

I picked up a brautiful camel-colored herringbone topcoat from Ian D. during his NY trunk show - unfortunately I don't have the technical savvy to take (let alone post ) a picture, and it's too warm this week to wear it!

I'll pick it up and take it home to photograph it for you. I promise to bring it back by April or so.


Kitonbrioni, as much as I hate your incessant ebay bashing posts, I must
post #32 of 49
My Baldessarini
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post #33 of 49
Kitonbrioni - DAMN dude!
post #34 of 49
Quote:
Originally Posted by edmorel
I'll pick it up and take it home to photograph it for you. I promise to bring it back by April or so.


Kitonbrioni, as much as I hate your incessant ebay bashing posts, I must

I'm still waiting for you to get these #$*@! Vass shoes out of here!
post #35 of 49
The overcoat world is kitonbrioni's. We all just live in it.

Now, who can find me a "decent" heather gray, single breasted topcoat (I want something that hits around mid-thigh), cut on the slim side? Basically, something like that Hugh Jackman Men's Vogue cover...

I see a J. Crew cashmere blend that looks to be in the ballpark but would prefer a lighter gray.
post #36 of 49
FYI (and NFI), Squadron A is trying to unload a SB grey herringbone Tripler overcoat in a 38R cheap over at AAAC.

http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/f...&postcount=190
post #37 of 49
KB, wow that is some collection of overcoats. I would looove to actually be able to use one but LA weather offers less than 5 days of practical overcoat use.
post #38 of 49
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post #39 of 49
Trading Places, eh? That fur on Aykroyd's collar is a bit much. Magnoli sells a similar, shawl lapelled coat that's a replica of one of Peter Cushing's. But if money were no object, I'd get this gorgeously simple top coat.
post #40 of 49
I was walking outside over lunch today and took a brief glance at the local bank's time/temperature sign. Seventy-eight degrees.

Sigh. No topcoat for me.
post #41 of 49
Soph, that coat you posted is probably the nicest I've ever seen. kitonbrioni, that entire collection is stunning, especially the two Kitons.
post #42 of 49
Thanks guys for the compliments.
post #43 of 49
Quote:
Originally Posted by LabelKing
I have a variety of coats, both long and short, but this is the only one I have an image of:



Comme des Garcons self-destructive trenchcoat in an English tweed.

You look like you have robbed a Burberry's store and almost got caught.
Pretty fabulous sir.
post #44 of 49
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by meaculpa
Soph, that coat you posted is probably the nicest I've ever seen.

kitonbrioni, that entire collection is stunning, especially the two Kitons.

Thanks!
post #45 of 49
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Originally Posted by dkzzzz
You look like you have robbed a Burberry's store and almost got caught.
Pretty fabulous sir.
Should I take the Burberry comment as an insult?

But really, the pattern is much more tweedier than anything Burberry could have, maybe except the Prorsum collections.
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