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I got the below jacket today. At first I thought it was Attolini bassed on all the stitching on the lapels and shoulder, but realizing it looks an awful lot like the Sartoria Partenopea label someone posted. Any thoughts?



This is made by Gabo Napoli as I suspected:

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I got the below jacket today. At first I thought it was Attolini bassed on all the stitching on the lapels and shoulder, but realizing it looks an awful lot like the Sartoria Partenopea label someone posted. Any thoughts?



This is made by Gabo Napoli as I suspected:

Nice

post #33 of 36
Ha yes my internet lingo is limited- it's an awesome jacket- I was convinced it was attolini given all the double stitching everywhere- but I see the tag does not match. I have been to the NYC Tincati store and they really have phenomenal stuff. They told me last time I was there that they have their own manufacturer now- perhaps it's their own production? I was a bit skeptical of that but it's certainly possible.
post #34 of 36
Ah- for some reason I thought Gabo was made by Isaia? In that case, I should get some Gabo Napoli stuff- this jacket is great
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G.abo is only made in-house. Their head tailor and co-founder Gianfranco did work for Isaia, which has their factory basically next door, for many years. If I'm not entirely mistaken I think he was even head of the tailoring department at one point. I also believe he prior to joining Isaia worked for Attolini, so it's not odd that you see similarities. 

 

I really, really like G.abo stuff. Easily the best value for money Neapolitan tailoring I've tried. Fun story is that twice, Orazio Luciano himself have complimented me on my G.abo jackets, saying they looked beautifully made. The second time he actually asked his son, not knowing that I understand Italian, if the jacket I was wearing was one of theirs. 


Edited by Stilig - 9/2/16 at 6:50am
post #36 of 36
New lardini label




Also I am pretty sure that the label of "Cantarelli 2" is scuderi
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