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I will take a picture of it too, thank you.


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DB paletot in the works

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Single three piece costume

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Wonderful

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The king of elegance. Rare vintage cotton Solaro – our unlined work with unlined sleeves, patch pockets and the milanese asola maestry

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Our method to fasten braces in the back

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The real Raglan paletot by Musella Dembech - still in the works

 

 

 

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2-button suit in midnight blue 450 gr. worsted



 





I endorse midnight blue for business wear and endorse this coming to my wardrobe--in my dreams. Very nice. Thank you for your work.
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The real Raglan paletot by Musella Dembech - still in the works









This looks amazing! What fabric is it?
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Thank you gusvs! The fabric is a very vintage Carlo Barbera from the 50s, an old piece from my father collection, however if you see it live, it's just another thing.

Also a variation of our Raglan paletot is a DB version with martingala buttoned belt and always a "tre quartini" (three pieces) sleeve like this one. I will put more pics when it is finished!

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Thank you gusvs! The fabric is a very vintage Carlo Barbera from the 50s, an old piece from my father collection, however if you see it live, it's just another thing.
Also a variation of our Raglan paletot is a DB version with martingala buttoned belt and always a "tre quartini" (three pieces) sleeve like this one. I will put more pics when it is finished!

Great, thanks! Looking forward to more pics!
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Our method to fasten braces in the back

This is the standard Savile Row method for lower rise, non fish mouth trousers.
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Really??Never seen in all my life though! :)

However we use them on our high rise trousers because the two loops are more elastic and they don't cause any defects in the back.

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our raglan is almost ready...

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^I remember seeing that one in the shop. Really beautiful piece.
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