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post #16 of 30

It could be a Zegna cloth and not a garment made by Zegna. Don't forget that Zegna's claim to fame if the quality of their cloth and provide it for all the top designers.

post #17 of 30

Also, the chances are that the Made in Switzerland items are actually made by Italians :)

post #18 of 30
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Originally Posted by pgmetcalf View Post

It could be a Zegna cloth and not a garment made by Zegna. Don't forget that Zegna's claim to fame if the quality of their cloth and provide it for all the top designers.

Hes talking about a product actual from a Zegna line though. Besides providing the fabric for many brands they also make for many brands, YSL, Gucci, Tom Ford, Dunhill (not sure abt this one), and i mean these are made in Zegna factories not just made with zegna fabric
post #19 of 30
Thread Starter 

Thanks for all the responses.  Sounds like I made a great buy and have zero to worry about.  I managed to pick up an amazing light grey Canali suit as well for $700 at Bloomindales with a bunch of added descounts - was originally priced around $1900.  Hopefully I can find similar deals on mainline Zegna's as I build my wardrobe.

post #20 of 30
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Originally Posted by nvf61286 View Post

Thanks for all the responses.  Sounds like I made a great buy and have zero to worry about.  I managed to pick up an amazing light grey Canali suit as well for $700 at Bloomindales with a bunch of added descounts - was originally priced around $1900.  Hopefully I can find similar deals on mainline Zegna's as I build my wardrobe.

You can. Just need to be patient.
post #21 of 30
I have two Zegna Milano suits... I love them...
post #22 of 30
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Originally Posted by atlrus View Post

Also, the chances are that the Made in Switzerland items are actually made by Italians :)

 

 

I agree.

post #23 of 30

My Zegna suits have been immaculate. I always go back to it somehow.

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jpcdmd I guess they are now..Sorry I could not get a full body pic.. when you are 6"9, you cant really get a full body pic unless you have someone else take a pic for you.
 

 

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Happy jpcdmd.. Sorry that I could not get a full body picture. When you are 6"9 taking the picture yourself is not an option to getting a full body pic. For now I hope this suffices..

 

post #26 of 30
My Milano is made in Spain and my new Torino is made in Switzerland...or were made in these countries. By the, I thought Milano was supposed to be slim but it feels a bit baggy for 6' 165lb. I purchsed 38Rs. The Torino is definitely slim and fits superbly.
post #27 of 30

If you stop by Asia (Hong Kong or Taiwan) there are some tailors that have authentic Zegna cloth that can make a full bespoke suit for what you'd get for retail.

post #28 of 30
I saw a zegna trofeo suit at Nieman Marcus yesterday, interestingly enough the suit jacket was made in Italy but the pants was made in spain, first i thought the pants was misplaced, but when i went over all the style number and fabric #, it matched......ANYONE care to explain?


It was on sale for $650, so i bought it and shall the opinion here suggest otherwise i guess i'll be returning them.
post #29 of 30
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Originally Posted by rudals1281 View Post

My Milano is made in Spain and my new Torino is made in Switzerland...or were made in these countries. By the, I thought Milano was supposed to be slim but it feels a bit baggy for 6' 165lb. I purchsed 38Rs. The Torino is definitely slim and fits superbly.

What the heck? Just picked up another Milano (Trofeo) and this one is made in Italy. So now I have 3 Milanos made in Spain (reg fabric), Switz (Trofeo), and Italy (Trofeo). What's going on here???

post #30 of 30
What's going on is that Zegna owns many different factories in different countries and you have to remember that things are produced in almost like an assembly line fashion. There isn't one person who works on one garment the whole way through.
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