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post #46 of 50
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

I could see myself wearing this stuff--but it would make zero sense along with my Rubinacci gear.

But as long as you looked great in both I bet you would be happy. And I bet wearing Cifonelli pants with a Rubinacci jacket would look pretty good. With Huntsman, there is zero hope of mixing and matching.
post #47 of 50
I don't even mean mixing and matching outfits. I mean the wardrobe chaos. It would drive me nuts just to think about.
post #48 of 50
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

I don't even mean mixing and matching outfits. I mean the wardrobe chaos. It would drive me nuts just to think about.

Well, no offense, but if you've posted on this board 17000 times, you went nuts on this shit a long time ago. No big deal. I did as well. But it is probably too late for me to get right in the head. Lorenzo is obsessed as well in a good way
post #49 of 50

Absolutely agree with the poster who compared Cifonelli suits to English suits. Cifonelli's suits are much more beautifully made and the finishing is phenomenal. The English suits tend to me more comfortable to wear, however, especially Anderson & Sheppard. Karl Lagerfield said you can spot a Cifonelli suit from blocks away and he is correct. Worth every penny and they are no more expensive than the top ready made brands like Kiton. They do require several fittings however, so it's handy if you travel to Europe often.

post #50 of 50

For people interested in Cifonelli or other French tailors, there's an excellent thread: http://www.styleforum.net/t/346199/french-tailoring-thread-e-g-camps-de-luca-cifonelli-smalto-and-etc/15#post_6320904

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