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Notwithstanding my post above, I have a custom sapphire mink ushanka being made on account of my bald dome.

Who made it? I've considered making one too.
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Who made it? I've considered making one too.

Jonevon furs in NYC under the Lenore Marshall label.
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Don't understand this insult, so joke's on you.
post #81 of 129

Great thread!  

 

Thanks for starting this.

 

Any thoughts on overcoats by Pringle of Scotland?  

 

There are some nice looking ones on sale online and I would love to hear a view on quality, warmth, durability.... (& of course style)

 

Thanks

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I was fortunate enough to spend some time with Mo Azam, the son of Mohammad Azam, who owns Grenfell, at their booth at the MRket trade show a few weeks ago here in NYC. Some really great stuff on display - classic overcoats of Grenfell cloth abounded, but some of their streetwear stuff for the Japanese market was just amazing!

http://uptowndandy.blogspot.com/2013/02/the-grenfell-tradition.html



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^ Awesome

Philo, do you own any cool coats? Your blog always has great kops
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That is hot.

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^ Awesome

Philo, do you own any cool coats? Your blog always has great kops

I have others but these are probably my favorites:

http://uptowndandy.blogspot.com/2011/10/vintage-asprey-cashmere-overcoat.html

http://uptowndandy.blogspot.com/2012/06/amos-sulka-co-cashmere-overcoat.html
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ichdien sold this Caruso . Straight up amazing

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http://www.styleforum.net/t/330750/price-drop-raffaele-caruso-ulster-coat-or-overcoat-40-42-50-52/0_50
 

 

 

Just out of curiosity, how much did this go for? Also how much does it retail for?

 

I also really like the military style coats, especially this one: http://davidetaub.blogspot.co.uk/2011/03/military-style-winter-warm-great-coat.html

which I believe NYI used as the basis for a coat he had made.

post #87 of 129
It's really weird that the sleeve seam on that Caruso runs down the outside of the sleeve.
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^ Didn't notice that until you pointed it out. In general, how much are bespoke overcoats if you source the fabric yourself?

post #89 of 129

Hey Gents,

 

I am thinking of getting this overcoat.  I like the style - just with it was a bit darker/charcoal and wanted to hear peoples' views.  Seems like it could be a good 10 year+ overcoat and warm.

 

 I apologize for the small images - is there any way to save these images bigger?!  They dont expand well....

 

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Yeah, absolutely no way to give any advice based on those microscopic images.
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