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post #76 of 200
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Originally Posted by Andre Yew View Post
The drape in LdM's Rubinacci is gorgeous.

--Andre


A little hard to tell, isn't it? given the way the jacket is buttoned and that he is pulling own on it with his hands in his pocket.
post #77 of 200
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
A little hard to tell, isn't it? given the way the jacket is buttoned and that he is pulling own on it with his hands in his pocket.

I think people want to compliment it because it is a Rubinacci.

Really, it looks dowdy. Ill fitting, no cuff, strange lapels, and a nasty shade of blue. No thanks.
post #78 of 200
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Originally Posted by arnach View Post
I think people want to compliment it because it is a Rubinacci.

Really, it looks dowdy. Ill fitting, no cuff, strange lapels, and a nasty shade of blue. No thanks.
I think it is a nice suit, but it does not look like Rubinacci to me, possibly it is Rubinacci from Milan. I know that he goes to a lot of different tailors, and this could be one of them. The chest drape does look very well done to my eye. Montezemolo tends to button bottom only a lot. I have no idea why.
post #79 of 200
local boys -

Curtis





Wynton (getting better w/ age; although, the picture with Crouch is pretty dope)






Killa (no, seriously).
post #80 of 200
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Originally Posted by scruff View Post
local boys -

Curtis





Wynton (getting better w/ age; although, the picture with Crouch is pretty dope)







Ahh...Curtis Martin! Curtis is always dressed very well. And Wynton does us Louisianians proud!
post #81 of 200
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
A little hard to tell, isn't it? given the way the jacket is buttoned and that he is pulling own on it with his hands in his pocket.
As Matt points out, the chest drape is what I like. It's rare to see a picture that captures it well. I've highlighted it in the attached picture. I'd compare it against the original since the red lines obscure some of the detail. It's the play of convexity against concavity that makes it interesting to me. --Andre
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post #82 of 200
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Originally Posted by texas_jack View Post
I like the small contrast collars.

Did anyone notice the "contrast collar" the Reverend Jackson (second row) is wearing to Mr. Wilson's funeral?



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post #83 of 200
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Re pocket square: Perfect or matches the tie too closely?
post #84 of 200
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
That is so cliche, a good suit is not meant to be noticed. I think it's bullcocky. A well fitting, well made suit should be noticied regardless of how conservative the styling or color is. If it is not, you might as well shop at Men's Warehouse

A man's suit should be noticed, but not on display. That's my take.

The lines and fit speak for themselves, not garish details or affects.
post #85 of 200
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post

Montezemolo tends to button bottom only a lot. I have no idea why.

It may be an homage to CG.



post #86 of 200
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
Montezemolo tends to button bottom only a lot. I have no idea why.

Because "he" is Mr. Ferrari and he doesnt care about nit-picky people.

He tends to wear unbuttoned BD shirts, too
post #87 of 200
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He tends to wear unbuttoned BD shirts, too

Only il Sr. Angelli could do that without it being a seeming affectation. Il Sr. Montezemolo always appears too self-conscious in my opinion.

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post #88 of 200
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Only il Sr. Angelli could do that without it being a seeming affectation. Il Sr. Montezemolo always appears too self-conscious in my opinion.

Isn't it much more that Il Sr. Montezemolo was a model student from Il Sr. Agnelli?

Here is a pic from a Ferrari press conference, probably at Monza.
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post #89 of 200
You want sharp? This guy packs a ton.
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