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post #211 of 386
I like the pattern on Wooster but everything always looks too small on him. Makes him look chubby.
post #212 of 386
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I like the pattern on Wooster but everything always looks too small on him. Makes him look chubby.

 

It is probably Thom Browne.

post #213 of 386
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It is probably Thom Browne.

That is what I think as well. I saw the same suit at Brooks Brothers Black Fleece.
post #214 of 386
Much obliged, A.J.V, as always.
post #215 of 386
Man 1924:













Few from Lardini.











post #216 of 386
the man 1924 is interesting. more info?
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the man 1924 is interesting. more info?

A Spanish brand founded and run by a guy named Carlos Castillo (right one on the picture).

They have shops in Bilbao and Madrid.

http://www.man1924.com
post #218 of 386
again, very cool. thanks.
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Thread Starter 
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Much obliged, A.J.V, as always.

For sure, awesome. We have a lot coming up, that will be featured separately (but with a link from here) as well. This is the list I have for just Classic Menswear:

Liverano (full interview)
Isaia (full interview)
Barbera (full interview)
Bow-Tie
Tombolini
Drakes
Carmina
Maglia Francesco
Bresciani
Boglioli
Chester Barrie
Begg and Co scarves
Sartoria Partenopea
Belvest
Kiton (probably just a kind of general thing)
Madova
Derek Rose
Alfredo Beretta
Finamore
Alan Paine
Errico Formicola
Regent
Lardini

BTW, did I ever show you guys the boss gloves that I got at Madova (unlined, "flat finished" peccary in a midnight blue), and Liverano (orange cashmere lined deerskin.)


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why would you go and not order a lot of stuff? i assume you have 3 new wardrobes now. smile.gif

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Oh now I understand. Well some baller must be there and cleaning out the place biggrin.gif
I don't believe you can order or let alone even get in the show unless you are there for business. Be it press, buyer, designer etc. It is a trade only show after all. Like all trade shows there is a criteria you need to fill out before they will accept your rego to attend.
post #221 of 386
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(but with a link from here)

Much appreciated.
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

I don't believe you can order or let alone even get in the show unless you are there for business. Be it press, buyer, designer etc. It is a trade only show after all. Like all trade shows there is a criteria you need to fill out before they will accept your rego to attend.

makes sense, but still bummerz. frown.gif
post #223 of 386

As a charter member of the Buttoning Points Are Too Damn High party, I am liking the slow, steady descent back to more flattering button stances that I see on display with most of the coats and suits in these pics (well, LBM and some of the others notwithstanding). Few silhouettes are flattered by buttoning points a half-foot above the navel, which is about where they've been creeping up to in recent years. I attribute the issue to Thom Browne's influence quite awhile back -- an influence that took hold for quite awhile longer than it should have, and whose legacy still remains in the two-sizes-too-small look that remains au courant.

post #224 of 386

Really like the look of Man 1924

post #225 of 386
A.J.V., thanks for the pics.

Fok, very nice blue gloves.
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The origin of the street looks at this year's Pitti?



http://coolechicstyletodressitalian.blogspot.com/2010/11/luomo-vogues-robert-rabensteiner.html
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This little fella wants to know what happened to his last shipment of gardening hats.
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I had Paddington Bear in mind the whole time. My wife wears these hats and I call her my little Paddington Bear when she does.

Neat link. Thanks. I particularly liked this page:

http://coolechicstyletodressitalian.blogspot.com/2012/01/crooks-like-us.html
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