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trust me. its awesome.
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trust me. its awesome.

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I missed the whole discussion but that guy is the same person - maybe there's something in the angle that's confusing Fok here... I'll remember his coat forever - the mixed color yarns in a donegal weave gave an amazing effect. Really beautiful stuff.
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is it an isaia jacket, the blue DB that i think you refer to? id love to see that in person, and even better, wear it.
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Thread Starter 
Apparently, I'd make a terrible intelligence officer...
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Is there any other kind?

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We caught up with Mike and Adele of Epaulet (www.epauletnewyork.com), my personal favorite stockist of Carmina (you should check out their selection), and they are going to be stocking a couple of models from the venerable Austrian maker Ludwig Reiter:




Paging comrade. I once investigated this line after he said it was his favorite/only shoes that fit a low instep.

Do these come in extended widths?
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Depens on who ... I have never seen your face with the beard only short one biggrin.gif
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trust me. its awesome.

Trust him.
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What is with those hats? I don't understand, what is the appeal?
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What is with those hats? I don't understand, what is the appeal?

None. It is an Italian tactic to chicafy hats for men. Stick to fedoras.
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What is with those hats? I don't understand, what is the appeal?

i think it is a combination of simple silliness and sheer satisfaction of the rise it seemingly gets out of everyone.

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What is with those hats? I don't understand, what is the appeal?

Something new and fresh that brings life to a new 2013 :)

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What is with those hats? I don't understand, what is the appeal?

As one blogger breathlessly reported--
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With all the floppy hats and shawls going on, this was the year that Pitti men raided their mothers closets. Personally, I believe in moderation, which is a nice way of saying if the brim of your hat is longer than the sandwich you just had for lunch, leave it at home. While there were a few questionable chapeau choices captured this year, that’s not to say that we should issue an edict banning all floppy hats, especially when the originator of the look proves that it can actually work. Pretty much all of Rabensteiner’s hats look considerably beat up, but it’s better that way—a worn in hat has stories in all of its creases. This is probably why Rabensteiner’s floppy hat look works so well. It’s almost as if he’s just taken flat brimmed hats and worked them in 'til they can’t stand up straight anymore. If you have enough confidence to copy the look (or an only child complex), take it from RR and aire on the shorter side when it comes to the brim. It’ll make you look more like a fashion editor and less like a lady who lunches.

From
http://four-pins.com/style/the-wizardry-of-robert-rabensteiner/

Apparently in an interview with a wizard / epic model / street style king who wears circular glasses in lieu of a crown.


These sorts of things remind me how this is a fun hobby but it would be embarrassing to have to write about clothes for a living.
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As one blogger breathlessly reported--
From
http://four-pins.com/style/the-wizardry-of-robert-rabensteiner/

Apparently in an interview with a wizard / epic model / street style king who wears circular glasses in lieu of a crown.


These sorts of things remind me how this is a fun hobby but it would be embarrassing to have to write about clothes for a living.

Robert Rabensteiner bears an uncannily close resemblance to Bill Bryson.
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