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Oh my word...

http://www.barneys.com/eidos-basket-weave-safari-jacket-504436732.html

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Dam man that's stunning jacket.
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Its finally up. The best version of this jacket, by far.
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Its finally up. The best version of this jacket, by far.

It's a beauty for sure.......Here is a close second. I bought this Burgundy wool FJ from NMWA and love it. The fabrics hand and Burgundy hue is amazing in person.

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metranger8694 that is also lovely jacket I have seen it in real life has a very good color & hue to it.
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Martin Patrick 3's website appears to be in limbo. Not showing products for anything. I suppose I'll have to email them or call to see if the Eidos has landed...
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The fj Zeph is wearing is the linen glenplaid, I think. It's the one I have, and I wear it probably once/week. Need to pick up a winter version.
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The fj Zeph is wearing is the linen glenplaid, I think. It's the one I have, and I wear it probably once/week. Need to pick up a winter version.

This. We never sampled the burgundy one - it as exclusive to NMWA. The one above is the a new model for ss16 called the trapunto and it was bought in washed/dyed cottons by almost everybody except Barney's who picked it up in that amazing army/brown/gray basketweave from Ferla. The fabric is bananas.
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post

Tipo is all but extinct at this point. Its only left in a handful of specialty stores. This season Saks and Barney's sell tenero, bloomingdales sells 2 button balthazar.

Nordstrom NYC will not carry Eidos but Barney's will have a much more substantial offering next season, though very little of it will be tailoring.

Next season all tailoring at saks will be switched into the Augusto (very casual shirtjacket model that is completely unlined with no canvas or fusing).

In general we are seeing a massive uptick in our sportswear business in exchange for our tailored offerings. The two most comprehensive retailers for tailoring going forward will be NMWA and Bloomingdales.

I'm really sorry to hear this. I love your tailored clothing and have several Tipo and Tenero jackets, ties. I have never tried the NMWA model but will as soon as it goes online. I'm just afraid it will be too full based on the measurements. And for some reason, it looks a bit "old man" to me.
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I'm really sorry to hear this. I love your tailored clothing and have several Tipo and Tenero jackets, ties. I have never tried the NMWA model but will as soon as it goes online. I'm just afraid it will be too full based on the measurements. And for some reason, it looks a bit "old man" to me.

Interesting.

How do they look "old man" to you.

I've seen some fit pics on younger dudes and it looked good.

Curious of your perspective.
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Originally Posted by vida View Post

I'm really sorry to hear this. I love your tailored clothing and have several Tipo and Tenero jackets, ties. I have never tried the NMWA model but will as soon as it goes online. I'm just afraid it will be too full based on the measurements. And for some reason, it looks a bit "old man" to me.
I think they run as slim if not slimmer than Tipo, especially the current NMWA cut. Tipo (which I too am sad to see go) was by far the most conservative cut, I believe
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Interesting.

How do they look "old man" to you.

I've seen some fit pics on younger dudes and it looked good.

Curious of your perspective.

It looks too full. Also, I think the lapel width is nice, but the notch has a very "80's" look as far as placement is concerned. I know it is inspired by Florentine style and very classic, but I don't find it very flattering.
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What are the suits/SCs Stanley Korshak carries -- Tenero?

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I have 3 NMWA Eidos suits and I can see your point.. I hope they stand the test of time, but I admit the cut/look is very distinct..


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Originally Posted by vida View Post

It looks too full. Also, I think the lapel width is nice, but the notch has a very "80's" look as far as placement is concerned. I know it is inspired by Florentine style and very classic, but I don't find it very flattering.
post #4290 of 6235
Very odd (polite way to say entirely inaccurate) statement there.

This is an 80s suit cut and style. Maybe you guys are too young to remember? Or is this another one of those "internet knowledge" things

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