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Cifoneli for work, in H Lesser Lumb's Golden Bale:

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Cifonelli for urban combat:

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Cifonelli for urban combat:


sick nasty

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New French bespoke shirts for summer arrived today:

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Wow that's great ! 

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Smalto

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French tailoring house, Smalto name their new artistic director, Éric Bergère (former Hermès, Lanvin, Ines de la Fressange).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Gents, I am planning to get a Cifo Travel Jacket when I come in Sept. I will pick it up when I return in May (or the following September). 

 

What are the payment arrangements? Do you pay the lot up front (which I hate doing)?

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Originally Posted by HighToned View Post
 

French tailoring house, Smalto name their new artistic director, Éric Bergère (former Hermès, Lanvin, Ines de la Fressange).

 

 

 

Wow, that's bad.

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Thread Starter 
Berluti is having sales in Paris. I got a linen Forestiere for 30% off. I decided to size down to mitigate the slouchy look.
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French House
H
ermès is buying French menswear luxury leather manufacture Seraphin...
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Originally Posted by HighToned View Post

Yes, right now they just bought minority stakes of Seraphin.


They will let Seraphin collection... But it's question of time. ; (

... buying may be
a bit strong...
and it is
a small percentage
that 'ermes bought

a seraphin jacket
i ordered a month
ago arrived
made of deer suede

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Originally Posted by Dandy Wonka View Post

Gents, I am planning to get a Cifo Travel Jacket when I come in Sept. I will pick it up when I return in May (or the following September). 

What are the payment arrangements? Do you pay the lot up front (which I hate doing)?

Just call or write and ask but you will be happy with the payment terms.
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Originally Posted by T4phage View Post



... buying may be
a bit strong...
and it is
a small percentage
that 'ermes bought

a seraphin jacket
i ordered a month
ago arrived
made of deer suede

2vug112.jpg

 

Stunning!

 

Where did you order it from?

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Originally Posted by poorsod View Post

Berluti is having sales in Paris. I got a linen Forestiere for 30% off. I decided to size down to mitigate the slouchy look.

 

Last sale I got double-sided cashmere and it worked out less than the cheapest version. It is the most comfortable piece of clothing I have ever owned. 

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