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post #121 of 292
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Thanks Gianni - those were indeed my thoughts, but interesting approach.

Thanks again for your nice words. You are really very kind. it is a pleasure for me to share these thoughts here in these posts.

post #122 of 292
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And here's the third test ... you can see just that there is much difference between the second and the third test ... what do you think?

 

This time I also did some videos that I can not wait to show you ... I filmed it as it sticks its neck ... how do you attach the sleeves ... I just hope that the format is compatible with the website.

post #123 of 292
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And look also how it is coming back ... and it is always a calculated test ...

post #124 of 292
Thanks Gianni for the photos. Keep them coming.
post #125 of 292
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Thanks Gianni for the photos. Keep them coming.

Thank you for your comment ... much appreciated ... I'll keep you informed on further developments of my jacket ... maybe I can also upload a video.

post #126 of 292
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And here's the other 2 pictures I took when I went to Pirozzi for my second test.

 

It is a pure camel vintage coat with back pleat and martingale.

 

Look at all the points of stitching by hand ... and that beautiful line of the lapels.

post #127 of 292
Gianni: the lapels and the cloth are spectacular. I like the martingale but find the stitching a bit too flashy for my taste. Handwork is nice, but even nicer when not so visible. And the buttonhole contrast is even less to my taste. But I don't live in Naples and preferences are merely personal.
post #128 of 292
I think these contrasts make the garment look original and definately not boring.
post #129 of 292
Gianni, I think your coat is pure bespoke artistry!
post #130 of 292
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Gianni: the lapels and the cloth are spectacular. I like the martingale but find the stitching a bit too flashy for my taste. Handwork is nice, but even nicer when not so visible. And the buttonhole contrast is even less to my taste. But I don't live in Naples and preferences are merely personal.

Thanks for your comment ... but the seams from the Pirozzi you can decide ... I have always decided that too ... so you can do what you want =)

post #131 of 292
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I think these contrasts make the garment look original and definately not boring.

Thank you for your comment ... I also love the contrast of these points .... but I respect the choice of those who prefer them invisible.

post #132 of 292
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And look at that beautiful proportions views from the top ...

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And here's to you my vintage double by Mimmo Pirozzi finished. What do you think? Look like salt on the neck and down like so sweet until the end of the shoulder.

 

 

Forgive the poor quality of the photos but I only had my ipad

post #134 of 292
Great looking jacket. Love the color on the shirt also. Who made it?
post #135 of 292
Sorry collar
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