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post #91 of 292
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Originally Posted by Gianni Cerutti View Post

Ah, but now I understand what you mean ... before you were asking me why I always repeat the name address.

The reason is simple. In Naples there are two Pirozzi. And both have the same last name and maybe name. And I always write of Pirozzi of Via Chiaia 197 to avoid confusion with the other Pirozzi. That just does not have the tailoring in Via Chiaia 197.

So it's not that I repeat for marketing because the clothes I also pay them as a regular customer.

That's it .. I'm sorry but my English is very bad ...

And Simon does not know what happened. I just know that I did my best as always. THIS IS WHAT I THINK OF MY CUSTOMERS STYLEFORUM OF MY ARTICLES:
http://www.styleforum.net/t/279022/new-ties

P.S. I also saw your blog ... I must say I really like it .. I really like your class and your jackets.

Thanks for the clarification. With regards to Simon I would also appreciate your end of the bargain. I actually DO NOT suspect there has been a change in the quality of your ties, that actually look pretty solid and I respect and trust T4, but rather a change in Simon perception of your ties based on other factors...

Thanks about the comment on my blog, I have just started it really and will post a mix of things I own, things that my tailor and shirtmakers make as well as a collection of images from my look book collection that I would like to promote in both English and Italian Classic means wear .., especially old images of Neapolitan bespoke garments... More to come
post #92 of 292
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Originally Posted by marcodalondra View Post


Thanks for the clarification. With regards to Simon I would also appreciate your end of the bargain. I actually DO NOT suspect there has been a change in the quality of your ties, that actually look pretty solid and I respect and trust T4, but rather a change in Simon perception of your ties based on other factors...

Thanks about the comment on my blog, I have just started it really and will post a mix of things I own, things that my tailor and shirtmakers make as well as a collection of images from my look book collection that I would like to promote in both English and Italian Classic means wear .., especially old images of Neapolitan bespoke garments... More to come

thanks to you ... I'm glad I managed to explain. But above all, thank you for writing the relationship between the tailors of Savile Row and Simon. Now I understand many things. In fact, I wonder what is the reason for his change of opinion on my ties. Also because the hands that do are always the same. But patience to me what matters is to be honest and give my best for the happiness of my clients.

And thank you for your compliments on my bespoke vintage neckties. Also because for me the compliments are the best gasoline to do better and keep improving.

Good idea to post old pictures Italian. For me, the elegance of Italian once is unmatched. 50 years ago the streets were a catwalk in the open now in Italy if they see all the colors =)

Then those images of Toto came out fantastic ... that plaid jacket Toto where he is in profile is fantastic. No?

 
 
post #93 of 292
Toto' is wearing a beautiful plaid indeed and the collar spread and lapel in the picture where is youngest, are inspirational
Edited by marcodalondra - 11/6/13 at 2:02am
post #94 of 292
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Originally Posted by marcodalondra View Post

There have been various comments on SF, FNB and LL of Savile Row firms refusing to continue to give him freebies as the initial exposure did not make enough of a return.... The way he so often swap and change favourite makers under questionably motivations, can be easily addressed further...
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Thanks Marco - did not realize that (although his recent post about about Gianni's ties was indeed a bit odd); will do some more searching on the topic. In fact, did not realize that FNB is still going to strong; surprising.
post #95 of 292
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I need your advice. What do you think of this combination? The ones you see are my pants under test. I would like you match this double-breasted jacket.

What do you think? it's a good idea to you?

I will also put a beautiful electric blue as trousers. What do you think?

post #96 of 292
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Here is a photo of a dress bespoke Pirozzi a friend of mine at Pitti ... what do you think? To me that double-breasted waistcoat love it. And the combination is perfect. But especially when I saw it had a unique look ... it was a mix of elegance and tailoring art .. the picture does not do very well.

post #97 of 292
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Even though I was a bit neglected this page'm back on my feet.

While I was Pirozzi from almost a month ago I photographed this double-breasted tuxedo jacket with 4-stud fastening 4x1.

In the pictures you can see a revers done and the other not. When I have time I want to show how a tuxedo lapels. So I want to show all phases of construction that I saw in front of me that day.

Look at the beauty of the lapels and as is already perfect without being ironed.

 

 

post #98 of 292
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And here's another Pirozzi in vintage camel coat. How does it look? To me it makes me mad the beauty of these works of art.

I I would like to make one like it, always double-breasted, with pleat and martingale.

Next week I will go to Pirozzi to pick up my pants and my vintage double-breasted flannel flannel trousers yellow and electric blue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #99 of 292
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Now I want to show pictures of Pirozzi many years ago. It was my second time I came in his tailoring. I had to try the double-breasted pinstripe second test that you see.

And here are passionate about photography as a few clicks of a tweed really wonderful that I had seen from his tailoring. Of this I'm still in love tweed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #100 of 292
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And here's another dress that I found in bespoke web Pirozzi ... what do you think of the detail pants - tie?  The tie we will not have made ​​it.

post #101 of 292
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I have not forgotten to update this thread .... I've just been to Pirozzi for the second test. On that occasion I took more pictures and I took my 3 trousers ... as soon as I can drain the photos and I'll show

post #102 of 292
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And here is my second test of my double by Mmmo Pirozzi. It is an old wool that I had found the Vecchio Drappiere of Milan. I wanted lapels 12 cm ... what do you think? Then look at what grace has in life and how the lapels stand alone without being ironed. I'm really looking forward to seeing it finished.

 

What do you think? Hope for the best though I think is coming out very well.

 

Trying it I immediately realized.

 

 

 

 

 

post #103 of 292
Great pics GC - bold lapels, interesting lining; keen to see how that comes out!
post #104 of 292
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Originally Posted by Gianni Cerutti View Post




And here's another dress that I found in bespoke web Pirozzi ... what do you think of the detail pants - tie?  The tie we will not have made ​​it.

Awful tie. Don't like the jacket shoulders. Pants are comical.
post #105 of 292
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Awful tie. Don't like the jacket shoulders. Pants are comical.

I agree on the shoulders of the jacket ... the roller is too much ... but I explained that Pirozzi is the customer who has the unintended way. But this is also the beauty of the difference .... I am more conservative ... in fact I would never do that with pants that tie.

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