Due to a miscommunication, these were originally made with French cuffs, to my horror. Ginza Tailor were very apologetic and changed them. On the bright side, this means they'll make you anything, however outrageous.
Similarly, my previously posted dress shirts were made with plastic instead of MOP buttons and have now been returned for minor surgery.
You're still jealous about the Fred Astaire intarsia cashmere sweater, aren't you? The orange zephyr is pretty normal, and I have Courtot making me a white linen shirt. Poole fit my light green cashmere tweed hacking jacket today, and apart from the supremely luxurious fabric, you can't get much more normal than that. Were I to indulge in illbred dimestore psychology, I would say you resent that someone has the creativity to depart from your conservative business dress hegemony.
Originally Posted by Kent Wang
I like those rounded collar points.
You noticed! Lanvin did them too, but I think Charvet captured what I wanted better (although Lanvin's seem to work very well).
Dunno about the dragon jacquard, though. Maybe you should have gotten a cat head pattern.
Knowing Charvet, they probably have one. They had some odd, odd patterns in their swatch books. I have been meaning to suggest that alll their fabric room needs is a cat for a while now.