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Originally Posted by TtownMD View Post


Bigger lapel is what I personally see & it got my attention.


@NickPollica Can you comment on this? I am sure it has been addressed before, but it is difficult finding it in 247 pages. 

 

how does the NMWA cut differ from say the Lorenzo? To the eye, it appears to be a touch longer? 

 

Thanks! 

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edited.
Edited by TtownMD - 2/1/16 at 4:16pm
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Spend 5 minutes looking, this has been answered countless times in this thread
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Originally Posted by WillingToLearn View Post

Spend 5 minutes looking, this has been answered countless times in this thread

Well, I went page by page for 50+ pages and it took 20+ minutes, so....
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Good summary here
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post

Greg and I both had some things we wanted to adjust after wearing the Lorenzo a bit so we put our heads together and designed what I believe is the most quintessentially "Eidos" jacket silhouette. We started with the Lorenzo but gave it a long neapolitan front dart instead of the Liverano dart, lowered the button point, made it longer and closed the quarters. Same beautifully full, arced lapel and shoulder. I think this should be more flattering to a much wider array of body types. This will only be available in RTW and MTM/MTO via NMWA.

The fabrics Greg ordered in it for this coming spring and next fall are bananas. As for specifics, you'll have to wait and see.
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Originally Posted by kwv07 View Post

Well, I went page by page for 50+ pages and it took 20+ minutes, so....

Use the "search this thread" feature up top (under the thread title once you're inside the thread) to save yourself a huge head ache next time.

That link doesn't easily stand out right away but it's so helpful.
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Good summary here


Awesome! Thanks so much, Greg! 

 

Can't wait to see the S/S offerings. 

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Looks like the S/S offerings are beginning to trickle in, at least on Bloomingdales and Saks' websites

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Either this Saks model is 6'10 or the shirts came in short again confused.gif
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Can anyone give some advice on sizing Eidos overcoats, particularly the herringbone coat with raglan shoulders? I'm a 52 in most Eidos sport coats, but I wear a 50 in the field jacket, which fits great. Would I be a 50 or a 52 in the overcoat?
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Like you, I'm a 52 in Eidos sport coats and a 50 in the Field Coat but, when I tried on the raglan overcoat, I had to size down to a 48. I felt like it gave me the best overall fit. Coachman still has a few of these in both the Grey Herringbone and the Green Herringbone. 

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I like this piece a lot. The hidden placket is a really nice touch.

 

http://shop.nordstrom.com/s/rain-jacket/4224999?origin=productBrandLink

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Originally Posted by ComfortablyDumb View Post
 

I like this piece a lot. The hidden placket is a really nice touch.

 

http://shop.nordstrom.com/s/rain-jacket/4224999?origin=productBrandLink

 

Having seen these pieces in person, I can say that the raglan coats for SS'16 are amazing, regardless of how they're made up. Fit and feel are fantastic, alliteration aside.

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Originally Posted by notdesigned View Post

Like you, I'm a 52 in Eidos sport coats and a 50 in the Field Coat but, when I tried on the raglan overcoat, I had to size down to a 48. I felt like it gave me the best overall fit. Coachman still has a few of these in both the Grey Herringbone and the Green Herringbone. 

Cool, thanks for the advice. Was eyeing a 52 on eBay but sounds like it'll be way too big. I'll reach out to Coachman. Thanks again.
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Originally Posted by notdesigned View Post

Like you, I'm a 52 in Eidos sport coats and a 50 in the Field Coat but, when I tried on the raglan overcoat, I had to size down to a 48. I felt like it gave me the best overall fit. Coachman still has a few of these in both the Grey Herringbone and the Green Herringbone. 

even if you were to desire to wear them over a sportcoat?
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