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Originally Posted by Artisan Fan View Post
Love the Anna Matuozzo shirt.

+1 - looks great!
post #482 of 4653
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Originally Posted by Lucky Strike View Post
T&A, bought on sale today:


I think this is one of there classic patterns. I remember looking at one in a different color scheme and asking Simon what the hell you'd wear it with. He said he had just ordered a few and was planning on wearing them in Jamaica while on vaca. So i guess it could be a cool casual shirt but i dont know how you would pair it with a suit and tie.
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Package arrived (and early). Pattern matching to teh max wut wut!!!
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post


LOVE this. Can't find it in NY.
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Thats the thing about being in Paris picking out fabrics...every time I go I see something I've never seen somewhere else that I just have to have.
post #486 of 4653
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
You know, I'm not sure exactly what happened. I think she recommended one button until after the first fitting, but then she saw that the collar had to be higher than expected. It's hard to see from these photos, but I can imagine that one button might not have held it up properly. Two buttons seem to fit quite well, actually. I'll try to show clearer pictures on the blog.

I'm all for two buttons on an Italian spread collar, particularly since a Rubinacci will hug the neck a bit higher, like any good Scholte descendant. I think that the fact that AM reassessed how your shirts were proceeding shows discerning and observant craftsmanship, and redoubles my desire to see her when I visit Naples next summer.

Look forward to the updated blog.

- B
post #487 of 4653
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Package arrived (and early).




That's hot, B.

Remind me...was this grand-mésure or demi-mésure?

Thank you.

- B
post #488 of 4653
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Look forward to the updated blog.

Done and done; take a look: www.mfanblog.blogspot.com.
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demi-mesure.
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Done and done; take a look: www.mfanblog.blogspot.com.
Love to see a pic of it on you Matt.
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Love to see a pic of it on you Matt.

Yeah, as great as the shirt looks by itself, it can't truly be appreciated unless it's worn. As soon as I get a chance and my fiancee has some spare time, I'll ask her to take some photos.
post #492 of 4653
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Thats the thing about being in Paris picking out fabrics...every time I go I see something I've never seen somewhere else that I just have to have.

You have _got_ to try the Zendeline... It's off the charts.

They also have some incredible two-toned cotton twills that turn almost iridescent in the light...
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Package arrived (and early). Pattern matching to teh max wut wut!!!
Nice selection, the finish looks good to I really like this shirt Anny chance of comparable pictures to the mafoofan selection. I am aware they don't work to quite the same philosophy. But none the less it would be interesting to see what kind of finish you get from who ... Thanks Speed
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Killer shirts Bill! There's nothing quite like the elevator ride up to the fabric room at Charvet, Paris.
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Originally Posted by aportnoy View Post
Killer shirts Bill! There's nothing quite like the elevator ride up to the fabric room at Charvet, Paris.

I get a tingle in my pants just thinking about it...



wait a minute.
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