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post #61 of 80

Great stuff! It is also the first time I've seen patch pockets on a Liverano coat (Taka's).

post #62 of 80

Thanks for the pictures! Hoping to pay them a visit myself when I go in January.

post #63 of 80
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Great stuff! It is also the first time I've seen patch pockets on a Liverano coat (Taka's).

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Thanks for the pictures! Hoping to pay them a visit myself when I go in January.

Thanks guys! Dave, maybe I'll see you there then since I'm going back in January myself.
post #64 of 80

I just had the pleasure of meeting Antonio and Taka at the opening of the Drake's factory shop.

 

I was struck by how humble and warm they both are. Taka introduced me and Sig. Liverano stood there listening to what I had to say as if I was the most important person in the world. I can't wait to meet them again in January.

post #65 of 80
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I just had the pleasure of meeting Antonio and Taka at the opening of the Drake's factory shop.

I was struck by how humble and warm they both are. Taka introduced me and Sig. Liverano stood there listening to what I had to say as if I was the most important person in the world. I can't wait to meet them again in January.

Yes, they are both true gentlemen!
post #66 of 80
Just wanted to let you know that we now have Liverano accessories available online. To my knowledge, we're the only shop that carries these online at the moment.

post #67 of 80
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Those ties look great.
post #68 of 80
Has anyone seen a one-button Liverano jacket? It seems like a single button jacket would work really well with the way they cut their jackets, with the way the lapels and quarters sweep away from the buttoning point - but I've never seen one.
post #69 of 80
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Has anyone seen a one-button Liverano jacket? It seems like a single button jacket would work really well with the way they cut their jackets, with the way the lapels and quarters sweep away from the buttoning point - but I've never seen one.

I've never seen this and to be honest I doubt they would make it if they were asked to.
post #70 of 80

I'm aware that you are talking about lounge coats, but here is an evening coat. While I can't say that it's a Liverano for sure, it's owned by Maomao, a known Liverano costumer, and it has all elements that I recognise as Liverano's (rounded quarters, no front cut, voluptuous lapel roll and a general roundness to every line). So, even if it isn't, that's probably how it would look, unless you ask for the straight shoulder variety.

 

post #71 of 80

That's an awesome photo! Does Maomao have a tumblr or something alike?

post #72 of 80
beijing1980.tumblr.com

Most stylish one I've found, and the photography is nearly as good as the clothes.
post #73 of 80
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Originally Posted by Victor Elfo View Post

I'm aware that you are talking about lounge coats, but here is an evening coat. While I can't say that it's a Liverano for sure, it's owned by Maomao, a known Liverano costumer, and it has all elements that I recognise as Liverano's (rounded quarters, no front cut, voluptuous lapel roll and a general roundness to every line). So, even if it isn't, that's probably how it would look, unless you ask for the straight shoulder variety.

Thanks man - exactly how I imagined it would look. Terrific photo.
post #74 of 80
Does anybody know the price of bespoke liverano shirts? Are there any minimum quantities one have to order?
post #75 of 80
I heard they 250-300 EUR and the minimum order is 5 pieces.
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