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post #9616 of 16524
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Your coworker is a douche....I think they are 4". Jung is looking killer in his today.

I like both of those Eidos cuts, but I think I prefer the Lorenzo.

Thanks man! I'm loving it in every way.
post #9617 of 16524
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post #9618 of 16524
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Originally Posted by TweedyProf View Post
 

Greg just posted this. Compare and contrast

 

 

The exercise is Tipo versus Lorenzo which as Greg pointed out are pretty different.

 

Prefer the Tipo.  Quarters are too open for me on the Lorenzo.  

post #9619 of 16524

Liking the Tipo more than the Lorenzo, and Formosa possibly more than most. Something feels uncomfortable to me about the openness of the quarters on the Lorenzo, though as Greg says, perhaps seeing the Lorenzo in person (live 3-D!) would effect a different reaction.

post #9620 of 16524
Thought I'd like the lorenzo more than I do now I see a front on robo pose. Echo what those have said about the fronts (what SF calls quarters for some bizarre reason) being too open.
post #9621 of 16524

^ I prefer the Tipo too. Don't fancy those open quarters/fronts/hocks or whatever they are called.

 

Thoughts please on these two briefcases, both made by the same company. These are the ONLY two pieces available at this store (assuming neither has been sold yet, which is entirely possible). They are not going to get any more.

 

The red one is a nicer colour, but a less convenient size (I often have to carry a camera and miscellaneous bits of equipment, as well as the usual laptop, spectacle cases, documents and so on). They are the same price. Medium quality construction, quite thick leather, very nicely done on the inside too.

 

If the bigger design were available in burgundy, I would kop without hesitation. OTOH if I had to choose between these two, I'd probably take the smaller burgundy one. But - does it look too stupidly small?

 

 

 

Close-up of the larger, black briefcase:

 

 

Can anyone identify this brand? It's apparently Hungarian, and also available online from an Austrian or German retailer, although I haven't been able to track it down.

 

post #9622 of 16524
Interesting how everybody here was initially so enthusiastic about Eidos' upcoming Lorenzo cut and now, based on a single photo, they all seem to prefer the older cut....
FWIW, I think in Greg's photo the open quarters/fronts are over emphasized due to the very light trousers and the perspective. It makes for a somewhat uncomfortable impression, since your eyes get drawn to his crotch now....
post #9623 of 16524
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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post

Interesting how everybody here was initially so enthusiastic about Eidos' upcoming Lorenzo cut and now, based on a single photo, they all seem to prefer the older cut....
FWIW, I think in Greg's photo the open quarters/fronts are over emphasized due to the very light trousers and the perspective. It makes for a somewhat uncomfortable impression, since your eyes get drawn to his crotch now....

I'm still grabbing one when they pop up. I think it looks great.
post #9624 of 16524

Lorenzo looks like RTW Liverano & Liverano moreso than Formosa, imo, with those super-rounded corners. Tipo is my preference; perfect silhouette for someone my age/build. 

post #9625 of 16524
You guys may already know this but this is the inspiration for Antonio's Lorenzo design. An homage to Liverano's cut. The C shape of the lapel and quarter line is an essential part of that aesthetic.

It isn't for everyone (as evidenced by the reactions) but I think it's a gorgeous cut.

CheckFront.jpg
post #9626 of 16524
Thread Starter 
My next jacket has that C cut. Pretty excited about it.

In four years, 4 inch lapels are going to be the new 2 inch lapels. The difference is that they'll look awesome.

Still, I'll be sticking with 3.5, both because it'll "age" better, being a bit more moderate, and it is nicely proportional to my head and shoulders. Though my head could probably handle 4.
post #9627 of 16524
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

I'm still grabbing one when they pop up. I think it looks great.
You should surely do. My point was, we've seen many pics of that Lorenzo cut already and it looked great, so why dismiss it based on a single pic? Personally I'd have a problem with the low buttoning point. It elongates the body, which is what I don't need. Same happens with Formosa, that's why that looks so spectacular on tall skinny guys as yourself. The Lorenzo should look great on you too.
post #9628 of 16524

scale on the smaller one is off for your body size, imo. As for the maker, I am not familiar, which is only mildly interesting because of my leather goods obsession.

post #9629 of 16524
Lorenzo, for me. I thinks it looks less formal, less traditional. The open quarters and "rounded shape" soften the look.
post #9630 of 16524
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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post

You should surely do. My point was, we've seen many pics of that Lorenzo cut already and it looked great, so why dismiss it based on a single pic? Personally I'd have a problem with the low buttoning point. It elongates the body, which is what I don't need. Same happens with Formosa, that's why that looks so spectacular on tall skinny guys as yourself. The Lorenzo should look great on you too.

I got ya....and thanks.
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