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post #271 of 282
And the writer, schumanned a bit:

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post #272 of 282
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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post
 

 

Maurizio Arrivabene, the new Ferrari F1 team boss, has some big shoes to fill with Luca di Montezemolo as a predeccessor.

Sartorially at least, he has already thrown the towel in, dressing very casually almost all of the time. This is one occasion where he has to make an exception...


Arrivabene is not actually Montezemolo's successor but Mattiacci's ;-)

post #273 of 282

Not sure whether these were posted before. No matter, I'm sure nobody will object to seeing them again.

 

 

 

(Agnelli of course)

 

Those lapels are really unusual. Hard 3-button maybe?

post #274 of 282
Can't be. No self respecting iGent would wear a hard three button.
post #275 of 282

I am often struck that Agnelli's clothes usually looks different than all the Italian-made suits that many of our forum members have. I wonder, is there even a real difference or is it just an effect of the camera, person, and lifestyle pics? Is it because most forum-users wear Neapolitan style clothes and Agnelli doesn't? Is wool fabric different now than then? It's a mystery to me.

post #276 of 282
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Originally Posted by Camilo View Post

I am often struck that Agnelli's clothes usually looks different than all the Italian-made suits that many of our forum members have. I wonder, is there even a real difference or is it just an effect of the camera, person, and lifestyle pics? Is it because most forum-users wear Neapolitan style clothes and Agnelli doesn't? Is wool fabric different now than then? It's a mystery to me.

In what way do you feel Agnelli's clothes look different? Can you point to some specific areas where you feel his diverges from others that you mention?
post #277 of 282
I don't know who made his suits, but he is from the North where the tailors from there are underrepresented on this forum. Most of the "Italian" stuff you see on here is from Naples, or influenced by Neapolitan tailoring, which is very different than tailoring north of there.
post #278 of 282

I'll point out one feature. The whole lapel collar is very elegant and has a nice roll. To your eyes, does it look about the same as what you see regularly? There's a tailor here, Musella, who is in Milan and I find his suits to be the most similar. Probably relates to what PatrickBOOTH said about northern italy. 

post #279 of 282
It looks like his gorge is a bit lower than what you see on Neapolitan stuff. It could be the era though, I'm not an expert on that.
post #280 of 282
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I don't know who made his suits

His suits were made by the Caraceni family (Augusto, Mario, and Domenico)
post #281 of 282
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post


His suits were made by the Caraceni family (Augusto, Mario, and Domenico)

 

He had quite a lot of suits made by Huntsman as well (e.g., the stuff that Lapo used to wear)

post #282 of 282

No spalla camicia for Giorgio Assuma:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As you can see, he has a preference for double breasted. Of the blonde variety, that is...

 

 

 

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