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post #16 of 20
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post #17 of 20
FWIW, I recently showed Chang a photo of a collar I wanted copied and they said they could easily do it. The results have yet to be seen, since I haven't received the shirt yet, but I'd suggest just taking the photo to their shop and asking if they can have it replicated. If it doesn't work out, they can always swap the collar out for one of their standard models, so that you don't have to waste the body of the shirt.

I assume Carl can do it as well off that photo.
post #18 of 20
i didnt quite understand what it was that he did to constantly improve himself. the only things that i remember mentioned was cooking to octopus just before serving and the marinade of the anago
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MOAR from The Armoury Crew

 

post #20 of 20
Reviving this thread with a question:

What would you call a collar with the following characteristics:

The leafs and band are constructed from a single piece of a fabric that is folded at the crease, but the entire collar itself is sewn onto the shirt and not a continuous piece of the shirt body fabric.

Essentially this collar sewn onto a shirt body:




Would it be called a Capri collar, Italian, One-piece, camp?


I'm asking for clarification because most of the collars shown in this thread like Vox's are those in which the shirt body and collar leafs are constructed from a single piece of a fabric.

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