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post #46 of 83
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Originally Posted by Hayward View Post

Is this still going on?

We're waiting for fit pics, It's going to be great, I know it...
post #47 of 83
The webmaster is reviewing them, so I'd unsubscribe if I were you.
post #48 of 83

Both Dormeuil and Scabal are on-sellers of cloth. Scabal has purchased a milll and is bigger. Dormeuil Amadeus used to be a super 100 quality and is no longer so work that out for yourself. You get more bang for your buck if you deal directly with the mills and due to the crap world economy a lot more of the mills are doing cut length to get the business with a surcharge applied. I like cloths that are English because generally you know what you are getting

Hope that is of help

cheers 

Brendon

post #49 of 83
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

Is Scabel the Prado of cloth?

The small Land Cruiser.
post #50 of 83
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

Do you mean Prado or Prada?

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The question wouldn't make any sense if I meant Prada.
post #51 of 83
I came thinking there were picture updates....

I'm disappointed confused.gif
post #52 of 83
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Originally Posted by plei89 View Post

I came thinking there were picture updates....
I'm disappointed confused.gif

From what has been posted, it appears the suit does indeed exist. The matter of how well it fits is still left to be determined...
post #53 of 83
Mr. Addict,
This would be a very beneficial thread if you would present pictures of the suits from the various tailor's you've used. We could see and compare the fit and styling interpretation of each tailor. Several senior members who use multiple tailors have done this. Would be very educational.
post #54 of 83
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Originally Posted by Nycsuit addict View Post

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When I look at this photo (something that I am doing right now), I don't see the suit.

I see the man.
post #55 of 83
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

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Originally Posted by Nycsuit addict View Post

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When I look at this photo (something that I am doing right now), I don't see the suit.

I see the man.

Insightful and illuminating , I appreciate your comments. Something to meditate on.
post #56 of 83
I'm going to short this thread, amiwrong?

Unless..

1, pictures show up representing various tailor's work

2, a foofing occurs

or

B, an acridsheep graph appears

If the scenario changes I could change my position on this thread.
post #57 of 83
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

When I look at this photo (something that I am doing right now), I don't see the suit.
I see the man.
interesting
i see pyjama
post #58 of 83
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Originally Posted by Despos View Post

I'm going to short this thread, amiwrong?
Unless..
1, pictures show up representing various tailor's work
2, a foofing occurs
or
B, an acridsheep graph appears
If the scenario changes I could change my position on this thread.

+ 1 on the acridsheep graph...icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #59 of 83
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

When I look at this photo (something that I am doing right now), I don't see the suit.
I see the man.

Perhaps, but when I look at this picture

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Originally Posted by Nycsuit addict View Post

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I am missing
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Originally Posted by Nycsuit addict View Post

.... In particular the roll of the lapel ....is great..

Can't really comment much on the other elements the OP likes in the suit. Perhaps he could post a few more fit pics.
post #60 of 83

I am a frequent reader of StyleForum and though I have not posted or participated in many threads I was quite surprised to see my name. I am not here to validate my craft or my skill, that I leave to my clients. I don’t claim to be the best Bespoke tailor, I am sure there are many out there who are far better. I may even be a little odd, as someone pointed out in my video.  But one thing I am is honored to have a client who would put himself in front of a firing squad for me.  I have great respect for people who put others first and very little respect for those who demean a man’s personal integrity for posting his opinion.

 

GBR, whoever you are, the next time you are in Montreal, you are more then welcome to visit my humble studio. Though you maybe surprised to find the simplest and most basic workshop. One sewing machine and one iron. I work in the most purest form. No bells or whistles here. Just pure art.  

 

 

Rudolf Popradi 

True Bespoke Master Tailor  

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