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post #31 of 759
Quite frankly, I am shocked at how this thread is not exploded out into a six figure view count already. Antonio, maybe have someone post up some new pics?
post #32 of 759
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Quite frankly, I am shocked at how this thread is not exploded out into a six figure view count already. Antonio, maybe have someone post up some new pics?

yea, definitely need more pictures, I tried it on in Bloomingdales today, fit is very good if you like the Napoli flavor (I am more biased towards English). I like one of the navy spots coat and a dark red DB (Though they didn't have the DB in my sizes, so couldn't see how it would have worked).

The problem I can see is the fabric selection is not too inspiring (lots of pinstripe, one/two solids, few bold check, no houndtooth etc.), it's not bad at all, especially if you just start out buying tailored clothing, it's actually pretty good. It's just a bit on the boring side if you have built up your wardrobe already.

I think it's more of a Bloomingdales's fault, the ones shows up on Tumblr looks a lot more interesting. I bet the selection would look a lot better if it was launched in Barneys New York/Bergdorf Goodman.
post #33 of 759

Just bought a blue Eidos suit from Bloomingdales yesterday priced at $1495, marked down 40% for the weekend sale. Beautiful suit, impeccable stitching. Left it for minor length alternations will post some pictures when I get it back.

post #34 of 759
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post

yea, definitely need more pictures, I tried it on in Bloomingdales today, fit is very good if you like the Napoli flavor (I am more biased towards English). I like one of the navy spots coat and a dark red DB (Though they didn't have the DB in my sizes, so couldn't see how it would have worked).

The problem I can see is the fabric selection is not too inspiring (lots of pinstripe, one/two solids, few bold check, no houndtooth etc.), it's not bad at all, especially if you just start out buying tailored clothing, it's actually pretty good. It's just a bit on the boring side if you have built up your wardrobe already.

I think it's more of a Bloomingdales's fault, the ones shows up on Tumblr looks a lot more interesting. I bet the selection would look a lot better if it was launched in Barneys New York/Bergdorf Goodman.

For their first season, Bloomingdales chose a relatively safe buy because the product was untested. Thankfully it has been working on their floor. Next season, you will find some really fantastic swatches available there and at the other 20 stores that have chosen to pick us up.
post #35 of 759
Are you launching in cities such as Paris or Hong Kong?
post #36 of 759
The Eidos stuff is looking awesome. I just got back from a couple weeks in Italy and it was quite a revelation in style for me. Nick, your stuff is knocking it out of the park and I can't wait to see it in the flesh....errr...fabric...

Any chance Bloomingdales in Chicago is going to have Eidos?
post #37 of 759
Any chance Bloomingdales in Chicago is going to have Eidos?[/quote]
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Originally Posted by Petepan View Post

Are you launching in cities such as Paris or Hong Kong?

Nothing in Paris as of yet. My good friends at The Armoury will be carrying our "Lupo" one piece collar woven polo in HK and Tribeca this spring and may expand their selection in upcoming seasons.
post #38 of 759
Hi Nick great to hear we'll get more stuff next season, please be heavy on the sports coat side!
post #39 of 759
Bought a staple Navy suit and a MTM sport coat at the Eidos event at Boyds in Philly. The fit is terrific on both and Antonio was extremely helpful. The sport coat just arrived this week, and I'm thrilled with it. Cant wait to see the dress shirts and other pieces for the upcoming season.

Not sure if this pic does it justice, but here's the sport coat...

post #40 of 759
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Originally Posted by Jfied23 View Post

Bought a staple Navy suit and a MTM sport coat at the Eidos event at Boyds in Philly. The fit is terrific on both and Antonio was extremely helpful. The sport coat just arrived this week, and I'm thrilled with it. Cant wait to see the dress shirts and other pieces for the upcoming season.

Not sure if this pic does it justice, but here's the sport coat...


Very nice! What's the typical price on a suit and sc?
post #41 of 759
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Originally Posted by Jfied23 View Post

Bought a staple Navy suit and a MTM sport coat at the Eidos event at Boyds in Philly. The fit is terrific on both and Antonio was extremely helpful. The sport coat just arrived this week, and I'm thrilled with it. Cant wait to see the dress shirts and other pieces for the upcoming season.

Not sure if this pic does it justice, but here's the sport coat...

So glad this worked out! Enjoy it.
post #42 of 759
Nick,

Do you know when Got Style in Toronto will begin to carry the line. The sales people have not heard of it and neither is it on the floor.

Thanks in advance
post #43 of 759
Antonio,

Nice work. Very exciting. Any chance you're looking over to the UK anytime soon?
post #44 of 759
wow sarah you are in charge of Eidos? Merry Christmas by the way I miss bumping into you in the lift....
post #45 of 759

amazing work guys! 

 

Actually do you have anywhere I can buy your suits in italy????Torino maybe ... I know it sounds fun but you guys can find better napoli's styled suits in NY Chicago or SF than we can in Torino or Florence in Italy :-)

 

PS, I've loved so very much the pics about your items @ Pitti ! Great job , Italy wise your price range can be assumed to be around Caruso's and Sartorio?

 

I own a couple of caruso's suits bought in sales, like much more Isaia but can't affort it by far unluckly!!!

 

 

keep up with the amazing work , 

 

Vittorio

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