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Thats not me, thats your competitor in the MBreinin vs. Reevolving fit battle....

Did Mike leave b/c he lost the fit battle? lol8[1].gif
post #17 of 19

Edward Sexton was Tommy Nutter's cutter when he had his Savile Row shop. Sexton, who's an Anderson & Sheppard trained tailor, is still working in London where he is the proprietor of his own shop.  Sexton's house cut is a very shape, trim, classically English cut.

 

My understanding of how Nutter's worked was Tommy conceived of wild designs and Edward executed the actual garment.

post #18 of 19
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Owning so many suits, it's a pleasure to own something a little different...I also have a 4 button double breasted Versace from the 80's that I love. The Tommy Nutter is not really of it's time, (1991); it's got a classic cut to the vest and coat, and the pants are a little wide. I have thought about cutting the pants down, but it seems that I can wear them with no shame at all!!!!

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