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Drake's boucle ties....

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Drakes jacket and tie:

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MOAR
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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post

From what I can tell from Tommy Ton's pics, the practice of carrying gloves in the breast pocket in the freezing cold is making a strong comeback.

 

Remember this guy from last year, and like his coat:

 

 

Any idea what coat that is? Really like the collar and cut

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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

A few pictures - the man himself, looking spectacular in an orange odd waistcoat. Taka, in an absolutely amazing overcoat.

I hope he is just standing weirdly, that hunch is pretty bad for a young man like him.
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

That seems to be one of the more disturbing trends in menswear (yes, even more than some of the horrors we've seen in Pitti street photography).

I'm sure the suits are nice. And if they were 2500 EUR, I'd happily order one when I'm in Florence this spring.

Unless they're all stitched with gold thread, what I've seen can't justify that price tag. They're nice but not that that nice.

When are you going? I will be there in May..
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Sweet!
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

Drakes jacket and madder silk tie:

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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

Drake's boucle ties....

What a nice look and colors. Drakes continues to offer attractive twists on classics to keep them fresh and interesting. Gotta admire that.
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Re: Liverano, when I asked in October, they quoted me 4,500 euros for a suit, and 3,850 euros for a jacket. Turn-around time was two months.
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Originally Posted by vinveritas View Post

Re: Liverano, when I asked in October, they quoted me 4,500 euros for a suit, and 3,850 euros for a jacket. Turn-around time was two months.

Wow, that seems like a bargain for us living in Japan. uhoh.gif

During his last Tokyo Trunk Show on November, Liverano charged

745,500 yen (6300 EUR) for a suit
598,500 ( 5060 EUR) for a jacket
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

I don't know but I do know my mum used to wear them do to the gardening in when I was a kid. They'll be on eof the more regrettable trends from this years Pitti I predict.

They've been coming back for ages in streetwear.

IIRC it was The Soloist (or one of those japanese brands) that first reintroduced them.

Dunno about doing it with #menswear.
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Sueded croc briefcase at Alfredo Baretta:



#spoo alert
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Archive of scarf patterns at Begg and Co of Scotland:

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Sueded croc inlove.gif I imagine that would be the briefcase of choice for Crocodile Dundee!

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Maybe a silly question but sueded croc.... that is a suede with a croc embossing right? No one would change the finish or real croc would they? If so, why???
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