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post #91 of 109
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Originally Posted by Superfluous View Post

F/W 2012 isn't bad. Too many notch lapels. All the stuff looks enormous on the models and the sleeves look way too long... it would look much better on me nod[1].gif.

Indeed, the coats look amazing...
post #92 of 109

...that's it, I'm getting a tf suit!

 

Does anyone know which store in Europe has the biggest selection of his suits? Milan? I don't want to travel a thousand miles and not find a nice one.

post #93 of 109

Not sure whats on sale...in the market for some TF shirts 15.5, knit ties, shoes U.S. 9, suits 36 or 38S or Reg. Please direct, thanks

post #94 of 109
Tom Ford? With TF's prices you'll get much more by investing in bespoke, you can even bring the whole catalogue for reference.
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Tom Ford? With TF's prices you'll get much more by investing in bespoke, you can even bring the whole catalogue for reference.

 

But you won't have a Tom Ford suit.

post #96 of 109
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Tom Ford? With TF's prices you'll get much more by investing in bespoke, you can even bring the whole catalogue for reference.

More like you'll waste thousands of dollars trying to recreate a styled jacket. You think tailors are wizards or something?
post #97 of 109
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Tom Ford? With TF's prices you'll get much more by investing in bespoke, you can even bring the whole catalogue for reference.

Sure, if you're getting your bespoke done by the Zegna coutoure factory.
post #98 of 109
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Originally Posted by teddieriley View Post

Sure, if you're getting your bespoke done by the Zegna coutoure factory.

Couldn't A&S (or one of the other top tailoring houses) create a TF-like suit based on certain specifications?
post #99 of 109
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

Couldn't A&S (or one of the other top tailoring houses) create a TF-like suit based on certain specifications?

I would think it would be an insult to ask A&S to deviate drastically from their house style, to mimic a fashion label. If you really like Tom Ford's suits, just get them, I understand they are of great quality. If you like A&S suit's, commission them for one instead.
post #100 of 109
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Originally Posted by JubeiSpiegel View Post

I would think it would be an insult to ask A&S to deviate drastically from their house style, to mimic a fashion label. If you really like Tom Ford's suits, just get them, I understand they are of great quality. If you like A&S suit's, commission them for one instead.

I'm not recommending OP ask A&S to make a Tom Ford-like suit; I'm just making the point that bespoke experts could mimic TF's style if you asked them.

If OP has money to burn, and really wants a TF suit, he should go the MTM route (will probably cost as much as a bespoke suit).
post #101 of 109
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

I'm not recommending OP ask A&S to make a Tom Ford-like suit; I'm just making the point that bespoke experts could mimic TF's style if you asked them.

They can? confused.gif
post #102 of 109
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Originally Posted by teddieriley View Post

They can? confused.gif

He's right. A Florentine tailor, such as Mario Zuccala, can make you clothes in the Florentine style. But, he can also make you a space suit like astronauts or extraterrestrials wear.
post #103 of 109
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

He's right. A Florentine tailor, such as Mario Zuccala, can make you clothes in the Florentine style. But, he can also make you a space suit like astronauts or extraterrestrials wear.

Italian astronauts maybe smile.gif

Does he do the spectrum of styles, or is it a choice of Florentine or Astronaut style?
post #104 of 109
Resurrecting this thread. I visited the TF shop on Madison Ave earlier today -- I didn't have much time, but stumbled upon it really.

I really loved the suits, and for the first time the SA seemed to truly "get it" and know what he was talking about. There was no pressure, and the suit fabrics were top notch quality and just gorgeous. I also fell for some of the shoes, but am a little worried the heels are too much and would look like platforms!
post #105 of 109
Looking forward to visiting the Madison Ave. store one day. From the models I have tried, my shoulders are too broad and looked too stacked on me. Maybe he has different models in the boutique stores...
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