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post #166 of 4217
Didn't see anyone ask this, so here goes: can you or do you have plans on making Tuxedoes as well? The only ones I've found that fit me well are from the likes of Dior Homme, and I certainly have $3000 to spare.

And the silhoutte is pretty much the same, right?
post #167 of 4217
Thread Starter 
sorry, no plans for formal wear
post #168 of 4217
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Originally Posted by Get Smart
sorry, no plans for formal wear
Damn, the search continues. I was hoping you'd say yes.

Either way, can you say anything about how the silhouette compares to that of Dior Homme? I'm still definitely interested in a suit or two if the fit is right.
post #169 of 4217
Thread Starter 
you know, I wasn't trying to emulate DH in any way, but I think they turned out a bit similar. They run on the smaller side of its relative suit size, and like DH, if you want a more 'normal/relaxed' fit then sizing up one is a good idea. I've only tried on one Hedi-era DH suit (last year) and i'd say the fit isn't too dissimilar. my jacket is more columnar/slim, like DH, rather than typically wasp-waisted, which would make my jackets look too feminine given their shorter length.
post #170 of 4217
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Originally Posted by Get Smart
you know, I wasn't trying to emulate DH in any way, but I think they turned out a bit similar. They run on the smaller side of its relative suit size, and like DH, if you want a more 'normal/relaxed' fit then sizing up one is a good idea. I've only tried on one Hedi-era DH suit (last year) and i'd say the fit isn't too dissimilar. my jacket is more columnar/slim, like DH, rather than typically wasp-waisted, which would make my jackets look too feminine given their shorter length.
I wasn't suggesting that you were, I was just trying to get a frame of reference on the fit. From the sounds of it, it seems like these suits should fit rather well .
post #171 of 4217


holy shit GetSmart, look at the pocket flaps on that one-button number. Paul Smith totally ripped you off! You should pull a Levi's on 'em!
post #172 of 4217
I don't think overlapping ticket pockets are anything new.
post #173 of 4217
Thread Starter 
lol, I just saw that pic yesterday too. I overlapped for functional/aesthetic reasons, since the jacket is short and pockets are placed higher on body. Paul Smith has actually been doing overlapping ticket pockets since the mid 90s, altho he doesn't do it each season.

I just saw some Ted Baker jackets last week with that feature too *ugh*
post #174 of 4217
Also, that's a two-button jacket.
post #175 of 4217
I just discovered the site, and I am thinking very hard to justify buying one. Guess it's not going to work now, but if I find a decent side job in a few months you will hear from me.
post #176 of 4217
Yes, I hope someone else will buy one so I can hear how good they are. I certainly want to buy a jacket this year.
post #177 of 4217
So when are we going to be able to order these?
post #178 of 4217
You can do it now. Just contact him and he'll hook you up with details. The "real" order system is in progress. Most likely you'll use Paypal.
post #179 of 4217
I think that the site and style are great.

I would think that a mohair blend would fit very nicely into the style of the cut and the era that it represents.
post #180 of 4217
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Originally Posted by iammatt
I think that the site and style are great.

I would think that a mohair blend would fit very nicely into the style of the cut and the era that it represents.

On that note, have their been any developments on the new models, Jason? Curious to hear about the two-button, and more specifically the coolified sack suit.
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