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I Colori di Antonio is a snapshot of the life and work of Antonio Liverano, a figure of historic proportions in the world of clothing and tailoring and one of the few masters of the Florentine tailoring style. His work is an exceedingly rare mixture of technical skill and individual style, products of incredible dedication and an eclectic personality.

 

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Be sure to post a lot of pictures biggrin.gif

Will do!
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Autumn is (finally) here in Sweden, and I got to wear my Liverano tweed again and took a new picture. Quarters are certainly very open (it is a major feature of the Liverano house cut after all), but it was my stance before makng the belt visible. This is more how it normally looks:

But again, I don't have any problem with an exposed waistband or belt. In fact, I'm going back to Florence in October to pick up a couple of more Liveranos biggrin.gif

Awesome! Love it!
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Awesome! Love it!

Thanks Patrik!
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But again, I don't have any problem with an exposed waistband or belt. In fact, I'm going back to Florence in October to pick up a couple of more Liveranos biggrin.gif

This is probably a good idea; this looks really good on you. Suits or jackets?
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Incredible silhouette on that jacket, gusvs. Congrats on being able to afford such works of art :)

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While I really like the jacket Gus posted, I think Liverano looks best in the form of three-piece suits.

 

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Does he do CMT?
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Originally Posted by TheTukker View Post

This is probably a good idea; this looks really good on you. Suits or jackets?

Thanks. One suit and one jacket + pants.
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Incredible silhouette on that jacket, gusvs. Congrats on being able to afford such works of art smile.gif

Thank you!
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Originally Posted by Stugotes View Post

While I really like the jacket Gus posted, I think Liverano looks best in the form of three-piece suits.
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Agreed, the three-piece suits do look great. Unfortunately, they don't fit in my workplace.
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Does he do CMT?

I don't think so, but I also did not ask. They have so many great fabrics on stock I have had no need to look elsewhere.
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Thanks. One suit and one jacket + pants.
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Terrific - would love to see how those come out. If they are anywhere close to this jacket, you're a lucky man.
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One of two pick-ups from this week: hopsack royal blue blazer and covert twill wool pants. More pics to follow of this and the suit I picked up as well.


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Yes - now that you have had your second commission, think you found the tailor that works well for you. inlove.gif
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Yes - now that you have had your second commission, think you found the tailor that works well for you. inlove.gif

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One of two pick-ups from this week: hopsack royal blue blazer and covert twill wool pants. More pics to follow of this and the suit I picked up as well. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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Very nice blazer. I love the pochettes and the printed silk ties. I've become very reluctant towards paisley ties over the years but I can certainly see why (other) people like them.
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Very nice blazer. I love the pochettes and the printed silk ties. I've become very reluctant towards paisley ties over the years but I can certainly see why (other) people like them.

Thanks Patrik and agree on the ties and pochettes, where I believe Liverano differs a lot from other Italian makers.
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