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post #61 of 311
Many thanks Gianni to share your pictures and bespoke experiences with us.

Looking forward to seeing more pictures of Mimmo Pirozzi work.

Kind regards,
post #62 of 311
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Many thanks Gianni to share your pictures and bespoke experiences with us.

Looking forward to seeing more pictures of Mimmo Pirozzi work.

Kind regards,

thanks as always for the beautiful words. Really. Now I look for new photos of Pirozzi and I'll show you with great pleasure.

post #63 of 311
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And here is another picture of a bespoke suit Pirozzi. This, too, I love it. Look at the shoulder, sleeve and look also like lapels are harmonious to the buttons.

post #64 of 311
Gianni, Such a beautiful suit. The fabric, shoulder, and lapel roll all highlight its vintage character.
post #65 of 311
He makes some very nice coats, but it is hard to believe he presses the sleeve crowns flat- shrinks them flat. Although for broadening the shoulders that's OK.
post #66 of 311
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Gianni, Such a beautiful suit. The fabric, shoulder, and lapel roll all highlight its vintage character.

Of course ... you're absolutely right ... everything is done like so many years ago ... and now for me this kind of clothes does not make them any more ... and thanks for the compliments ... I will try to show other short-photos.

post #67 of 311
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Spalla a pagoda, if I'm not mistaken. It's striking. I remember seeing pictures of Vittorio de Sica with a similar coat construction. Having said that, the look is too flashy for my taste.

spalla insellata :)

 

Pirozzi seems to do a great work with this type of shoulder. I personally prefer a softer, more convex shoulder ("spalla cadente") with "faux roping" (created by pressing open the seam allowances). Can't use that terminology with my tailor though (he's Spanish!) :lol:


Edited by RDiaz - 11/3/13 at 3:56am
post #68 of 311

Hi Gianni,

can you give us an idea of pricing .

post #69 of 311
Wow these suits,and tailor are magnifiicent.

His work transcends craftsmenship and becomes artistry.

Ditto on pricing. Guessing 6-8 thousand US?
post #70 of 311
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Ditto on pricing. Guessing 6-8 thousand US?

He would accept your offer with pleasure - it is a special SF discount though...!
post #71 of 311
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Ditto on pricing. Guessing 6-8 thousand US?

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You will never win anything on The Price is Right.
And you must not be one of those 'Guess Your Weight' professionals.
But if you pay that much for a single suit then I could have one made gratis.
post #72 of 311
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spalla insellata :)

 

Pirozzi seems to do a great work with this type of shoulder. I personally prefer a softer, more convex shoulder ("spalla cadente") with "faux roping" (created by pressing open the seam allowances). Can't use that terminology with my tailor though (he's Spanish!) :lol:

It is true .. the shoulder saddled not everyone likes. However Pirozzi is able to do any shoulder. From the convex to the upside. Then his shoulder and sleeve shirt is wonderful. I'll show you in a minute ..

post #73 of 311
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Wow these suits,and tailor are magnifiicent.

His work transcends craftsmenship and becomes artistry.

Ditto on pricing. Guessing 6-8 thousand US?

His prices are very low in relation to the quantity and the art that is inside every jacket or every outfit.

It does not cost some $ 8,000 =) ...

The prices of Pirozzi without fabric are the following:

1800 euro for the double-breasted and single-breasted jacket

2400 euro for the double-breasted suit and complete.

He does not pay more for the double.

If you choose your own fabric you need to add about 300-400 €. He then of vintage fabrics that are a sight. It has the fabrics of 50-60 years ago. And they have a wonderful quality. Really.

What do you think of these prices? I think it's very modest to the level of art that's inside her every jacket or coat.

 

And if one day walk from Naples tell me so I'll organize the appointment and tell him that you're my friend. So come out even better your dress =) And so he is also arranged with a translator ..

post #74 of 311
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And here's another single breasted jacket shirt bespoke Pirozzi. Look at the beauty of the stitching. They are really fantastic. This linen jacket no any kind of internal anywhere. And the shoulder is a blouse with minimum curl, but very little.

 

 

 

 

post #75 of 311
Gianni, I think that both you and Mr. Pirozzi should plan a visit to New York in the very near future!! I sense that many members would welcome your arrival with orders afresh.
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