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@NickPollica, did Henry Bucks in Australia stop carrying Eidos?
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I see some nice pick-ups in the stockists. S+A, Unionmade, etc. Congrats!
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@NickPollica are these only U.S. stockists? I know Gotstyle and Burrows here in Ontario carried this past season... would be disastrous for me if both stores stopped carrying!

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@NickPollica, did Henry Bucks in Australia stop carrying Eidos?

Definitely not for next spring - they may have a small order for fall coming.

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@NickPollica
 are these only U.S. stockists? I know Gotstyle and Burrows here in Ontario carried this past season... would be disastrous for me if both stores stopped carrying!

Both done I believe, although burrows might have fall coming.
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I see some nice pick-ups in the stockists. S+A, Unionmade, etc. Congrats!

Very excited about the direction our distribution is heading as it is much more in line with our brand. Beginning in Spring 17 we will also be available at Jack Straw in Seattle and Magasin in Los Angeles.
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I beieve this is the complete list for Fall - I many be missing one or two

AK RIKKS - Grand Rapids, MI
Barney's - Uptown NY, Chicago, Boston
Bloomingdales - 59th St, Century City, San Francisco
By George - Austin, TX
Charles Speigel - Pittsburgh, PA
Coachman Clothiers - Knoxville, TN
Garmany - Red Bank, NJ
Gentry - Brooklyn, NJ
Lane Crawford - Hong Kong, Shanghai
Lawrence Covell - Boulder, CO
Marc Allen - Providence, RI
Marcus Malmborg - Stockholm, Sweden
Martin Patrick 3 - Minneapolis, MN
Meyvn - Chicago, IL
Morris & Sons - Chicago, IL
Mr. Porter - ECOMM
No Man Walks Alone - ECOMM
Nordstrom - Bellvue WA, Oakbrook IL, Grove LA
Saks - Tyson's Corner Va, Raleigh NC
Stanley Korshak - Dallas, TX
Steven Giles - Oklahoma City, OK
Supply & Advise - Miami, FL
Sy Devore - Studio City, CA
Trunk Clothiers - London, England
Unionmade - San Francisco, CA



Great stuff! Pretty much a list of the premier menswear retailers in the US

Also for what its worth, Lawrence Covell is in Denver (Cherry Creek technically), CO not Boulder, CO. Just in case any one is using this list for reference or lives nearby.

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What about the bloomies in Chicago?
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Great stuff! Pretty much a list of the premier menswear retailers in the US


Also for what its worth, Lawrence Covell is in Denver (Cherry Creek technically), CO not Boulder, CO. Just in case any one is using this list for reference or lives nearby.

Thanks for the heads up. I updated the list and also added who offers ecom and gave a list of what tailoring models are offered in each store. This model list is off the top of my head and might not be 100% accurate but its a good indicator of where we are model-wise. The Tenero - which has undergone some major modifications to correct the shoulder - is what we believe in for proper, full canvassed tailoring. We are also actively pushing the Augusto, which has also been tweaked and refined (we removed the shirting-style back darts, reshaped and positioned pockets, made it always 3/2 roll) into what I believe is the ideal casual jacket.
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edit: asked above! 

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What about the bloomies in Chicago?

We dropped for increased specialty distribution and Barney's
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Thread Starter 
Any pics of the restyled Augusto cut?
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The Tenero - which has undergone some major modifications to correct the shoulder - is what we believe in for proper, full canvassed tailoring.

Antonio, could you expand on the correction ?
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Thanks for the heads up. I updated the list and also added who offers ecom and gave a list of what tailoring models are offered in each store. This model list is off the top of my head and might not be 100% accurate but its a good indicator of where we are model-wise. The Tenero - which has undergone some major modifications to correct the shoulder - is what we believe in for proper, full canvassed tailoring. We are also actively pushing the Augusto, which has also been tweaked and refined (we removed the shirting-style back darts, reshaped and positioned pockets, made it always 3/2 roll) into what I believe is the ideal casual jacket.

Yes. Love the Tenero.

My SS15 has puffy shoulders, which aren't a big deal (and if I massage them a bit, goes away as my latest IG pic will attest). That seemed to go away in the more recent ones I've tried on. So what did you "fix"?
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Side note, got my new old Tipo taken in in the sides. I told 'em not to tighten it up too much up top, but dang if this thing doesn't bind up in the upper back now. I'll be taking it back to have them let it back out a bit. But it does look good!




Insane shaping from the back, plus even more insanely long hair (Click to show)

Moral of the story: The Tenero is perfect IMO. Well, assuming I can get one long enough (which is possibly an L. I don't know).
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After a week of reviewing all 4 different iterations of the model from 3 different manufacturers, Isaia's head pattern maker made the following changes:

1. He tweaked the pitch some more to remove the diagonal lines that some guys have seen at the top of the shoulder
2. Removed the grinze and tidied up the extra sleeve fabric that hung out at the back of the sleeve head so its now a simple, clean, natural shoulder
3. Altered the pattern of the chest near the arm hole so that the garmwnt didnt pull at the front of the shoulder.

The first two issues had been addressed by suppliers in the past (with number two being created accidentally in an attempt to counterbalance the tight shoulder feeling in the first iteration of the model) but the last one was the one that was causing most of the problems, according to the pattern maker.
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