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Anyone heard of Mattarazi Uomo, Abito Sartoriale or Joseph Bach brands?

post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 
Tried on a suit of Joseph Bach brand in a Sample Sale shop in Soho, NYC. Also it has Abito Sartoriale label on the top of the jacket

It make that fit me really well, but have never heard of such a brand.

Internet search showed that it's produced by a company called Mattarazi Uomo but no more information was available.

http://uk.ask.com/wiki/Joseph_Bach
http://www.mattaraziuomo.com/

Did you hear any more information about those brands? How good is their quality?
post #2 of 13

Chinese manufacturer..potential fake

 

see   Riflessi in New York

 

 

see also

 

http://www.manufacturer.com/company/i5838997-Mattarazi+Uomo,+Inc..html

post #3 of 13

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Edited by Shir Ettedgui - 2/10/12 at 12:22pm
post #4 of 13

i know who this is .... this is my dad 

if you want suits from him this is his number 7023264519

post #5 of 13

Mattarazi Uomo is not a fake. My husband wears the brand and they are fairly expensive suits and fit like a glove.  They are in CA and just opened a branch in Dallas, TX.  They have not made there way to the Houston area yet.  Unfortunately, it is very difficult to order the suits online.  Your best bet would be to order a suit from one of the branch locations and they do ship it to your place of residence.  Hope I helped

post #6 of 13

The Wizard of Aahs sells Marco Valentino suits. Marco Valentino is an alias for Mattarazi Uomo and Abito Sartoriale. I like Joseph Bach neckties. I don't know whether Lorenzo Cana ties are also Abito Sartoriale.

post #7 of 13

New address and Tel. # for Mattarazi Uomo Inc.

 

124 E. Olympic Blvd. Suite 401

Los Angeles, Ca 90015

Tel # 213-746-7848

Fax: 213-746-7849

email: mensuits@aol.com

post #8 of 13
Yeah, this thread seems pretty legitimate...
post #9 of 13
I bought a Mattarazi Uomo suit at JS Edwards in Baltimore...and love it!
post #10 of 13

The Joseph Bach Suit and Abito Sartiriale are generally crafted from beautiful fabrics and the fits are impeccable.

I own a mens shop in Flushing, Queens where we have a large selection of suits. We also do office visits and private appointments at clients apartments in NYC. Please private message me if you'd like to set up an appointment.

 

Thanks,

 

Avi Bohorodzaner

B&F Suits

68-68 Main St

Flushing, NY 11367

post #11 of 13
They are couture designer from their cuts to premium fabrics.We can't keep them in stock at our Fl. store!
post #12 of 13
Are the suits commissioned by Nigerian princes?
post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by hyptul View Post

The Wizard of Aahs sells Marco Valentino suits. Marco Valentino is an alias for Mattarazi Uomo and Abito Sartoriale. I like Joseph Bach neckties. I don't know whether Lorenzo Cana ties are also Abito Sartoriale.

I have a Bartorelli Napoli suit that was given to me as a Christmas present and it also has "Abito Sartoriale" on the top label. Does anyone know why this is?

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