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post #31 of 186
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A little explanation on the jacket above: This knickerbocker SB have been done appositely with narrower lapels to allow a better closing of the all jacket, achieving and a more "english" country style and resulting to be a different style from our usual.

Our usual own style regarding lapels (single or double) is wide (something like > 10 cms), we like and it is in our tradition to make wide lapels.


Edited by Musella - 10/29/12 at 12:30pm
post #32 of 186
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Here my work table, where I cut, design and stitch for most part of the day. You can see in the right part a piece of a pied de poule I’m working on.

 

 
post #33 of 186
I love that there is a smartphone sitting amongst all of the tools of an "old" trade.
post #34 of 186
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That is the compromise of being in another "era", where technology and internet graft with our trade ;)

post #35 of 186
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Winter is near and it’s time to put away the summer wardrobe and be ready with style and elegance for the freeze and cold. So, what I’m wearing here is a cachemire paletot with peak lapels (worsted cachemire fabric by Holland & Sherry) over a  dark maroon herringbone wool SB jacket, jeans, dainite sole shoes and Maglia Milano 1854 umbrella with macassar ebony handle, silk scarf by Jim Thompson.

 

 

more pictures here: http://muselladembech.wordpress.com/

post #36 of 186
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Following your requests, and to be clear, we organize fitting tours to your place, send us an e.mail to have more informations in regards to this. We will do our best to reply as soon as we can.

G.

 

 
post #37 of 186

Are you still coming to NY in December?

post #38 of 186
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love that fabric.
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you need a tumblr.

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post #40 of 186
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Unfortunately our trip will be shifted possibly at the end of Winter/start of Spring due to our amount of work/weather conditions. However we will stay at your disposal for any information (materials, prices) and adhesions for our next trip. 

 

I would like to take this opportunity to express my grief in regards to the difficult moment NYC and you all are passing through. 

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you need a tumblr.
www.tumblr.com

We re working on it, we will be online there soon

post #42 of 186

Do you make Made to Measure or Bespoke pieces?

 

Thank you

post #43 of 186
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Quarantanove: only Bespoke (in the first post I wrote "made to measure" because I didn't know the difference - by english terms - between the two words). Thanks

post #44 of 186
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Women?why not! We usually don’t cut many women garments but sometime we do exceptions. So, here we have create a pied de poule tailleur with a young cut, our house cut wide double breast lapels and more fitted at the waist. We matched the black&white design with a bright rose silk lining on the inside.

 

 

more pics: http://muselladembech.wordpress.com/

 

Thanks!

post #45 of 186

Excellent, in that case I also very much look forward to your visit to NYC.  I prefer the Milanese cut to any other, but unlike tailors from Naples and England, they don't seem to travel here, so your presence in NY will be quite appreciated I'd think.  If you don't mind, could you also send me a PM with prices?  

 

Thank You!

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