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post #1216 of 4653
Miguel,
Thanks. Is there anyone I should avoid? You said that Andrea is the man, but what if I get measured by someone else?
I've had a bad experience with another shirtmaker. My regular guy was with another client on a particular visit, so was attended to by a different, obviously new, rep. He basically f'd up my whole order and I had to send everything back. It was a waste of my time and money.
Maybe the other member, (Gus?) could chime in and provide some insight. It would be really appreciated.

Thanks again

jmark
post #1217 of 4653
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Originally Posted by Film Noir Buff View Post
Yeah, well Ringhart are made in India and not as good as the Mason fabric or Acorn fabrics.

I disussed this with one of London shirtmakers.

According to him, Ringhart used to be made in India, but there were so many quality issues that now they place their orders in Italian mills.

Can someone from our knowledgable industry members confirm or deny this?

Andrey
post #1218 of 4653
ordered these on 6th June, collected 25th June. £75 each. Usual price is £95 but there was a one day street festival in their area- their involvement was a promotional price
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post #1219 of 4653
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That is quite nice, anyone now where I could get some of that? Direct order TM or anywhere else?
post #1220 of 4653
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Originally Posted by speedster.8 View Post
That is quite nice, anyone now where I could get some of that? Direct order TM or anywhere else?

I don't know about the ordering, but these are the other colours from the range:

post #1221 of 4653
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Originally Posted by joshman View Post
Manton,

Unlike the matching round the shoulder seams or at the gauntlets, this isn't an obsession. This is a must for a matching front, that's according to David Gale.

Take a look at how T&A's complicated patterns matched 100% at the front:
http://www.turnbullandasser.com/shirts_exclusives.html



All the shirts in their catalogue are terrible. Bad collars,horrible patterns and cheapo looking.

I thought that T&B was top notch but looked like made in china in the 80s...

I love Borrelli,,,
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post #1223 of 4653
Is that MTO? Very nice.
post #1224 of 4653
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Originally Posted by blackbowtie View Post
Is that MTO? Very nice.

+1, beautiful.
post #1225 of 4653
Four relatively new bespoke shirts from Freddy Vandecasteele in Los Angeles.

In order - Alumo, Silverline, Goldine, the yellow one was from a different book (not sure).

Truly amazing work...

The last picture is an abridged version of my shirts: only Freddy V.





post #1226 of 4653
Small timer shirt porn:

post #1227 of 4653
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I need to go to Paris
post #1228 of 4653
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Whnay: do they always do the buttonholes/stitching in white thread, or do they do different colors depending on the fabric?
post #1229 of 4653
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Originally Posted by Cornellian View Post
Whnay: do they always do the buttonholes/stitching in white thread, or do they do different colors depending on the fabric?

Always white in my experience - all mine are MTM.
post #1230 of 4653
Made for me, arrived yesterday..


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