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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post

the comparisson that comes to mind is the animation style for the 90s Batman and Superman shows. If you look at the examples below, you see a bunch of suits, but very minimally accentuated. The drawings for them capture what is necessary and little more. This is true even when the characters move and very much how I interpret Despos' work.
Animated examples (Click to show)



I'm happy to see that we've moved from Apparel Arts cartoons to Batman the Animated Series
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I was at Leffot talking to one of the sales associates about bespoke suspenders. If it exists, which it should, I want some.

Just dont have them shipped with umbrellas.
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

I'm happy to see that we've moved from Apparel Arts cartoons to Batman the Animated Series

I'm hip on where the trends are going. Pretty soon you'll see everyone wearing single breasted one button suits with no pockets.
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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post

Maybe? I'm not totally sure which features of which pictures to which you are referring. Chances are that if you are referring to something in the bottom two pictures: Yes, it's likely deliberate, but not by my hand. If it's something involving the top, the answer is probably no.
look at the gorge (where the lapel notch is). You will see the seam where the collar joins the lapel. It is precisely parallel to the angle of your collar. At least it looks like that to me. Could just be a an artifact of the photo angle.


All of my Despos suits and shirts have this exact parallelism.

post #13401 of 13401
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Why would you want cloth buttons on a non-tuxedo jacket?

I don't, but I've seen these kinds of vintage garments and always wondered why they aren't readily available anymore. Old Steed episodes are an example with a sort of neo-Edwardian flair (or eclecticness).
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