I have a question regarding your auctions though: you list some "Sartoria" trousers and claim that they are comparable to the top-of-the-line Incotex "Satoriale". How do you come about that comparison?? I own several Incotex "Satoriale" and from your images, the pants don't compare - i.e yours does not have the curtained waistband, nor the handstitching at the pockets, fly, waistband,etc? The only thing I see that is similar is the multiple buttons at the waistband (the V-split too but that is also a feature of Incotex's Formal line), and the sealed pocket.
The pants I am selling do have picking at the fly, pockets etc. It is done by machine but I believe that Incotex does their's by machine as well - I have a booklet here from Incotex detailing the differences between the "Sartoriale", the "Formale" and the "Informale" lines. It does not claim hand-picking as a feature of the Sartoriale line. In my experience, short of Kiton, Brioni and the like, all the picking you see on good trousers is done by machine. You are right about the curtained waistband. Perhaps I was in error in claiming equivalency to Incotex Sartoriale. On the other hand, these trousers are low-rise and slim and I'm not sure that a curtained waistband would be beneficial. Also, they are casual trousers and it is rare to see this level of detail in casual-wear. In any event, they are very nice and are at least close in quality to Incotex Sartoriale.