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post #31 of 64
If there will be a remake of Goodfellas one day one thing is sure: Eric Glennie is going to supply the shirts.
post #32 of 64
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post
If there will be a remake of Goodfellas one day one thing is sure: Eric Glennie is going to supply the shirts.

Just googled him. LMFAO.

with this hi-qual. logo, how can he lose?

post #33 of 64
I think Travolta looked pretty cool in one of my collars in "Swordfish" . However, De Niro and Pesci would shine. Let Scorsese and David Chase (Soprano's) know i am out here . thanks EG.
post #34 of 64
Benny Siegel with his old buddy George Raft - - too well-dressed boys from New York:
LL
post #35 of 64
Don't forget Vinny the Chin...

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post #36 of 64
As someone with an Italian heritage (however slight it is I still claim it) my love of style started with these movies. The suit I wore to my 8th grade graduation was a brown double breasted, peak lapel pinstripe suit with gators and a tie bar (gaudy I know). The tie in this pic is horrible but, everyone must admit this guy was a pretty good looking guy who wore impeccable suits (minus the bad ties). He looked like a Roman Senator but spoke like the inner city hood that he was and many wanted to be like him.
post #37 of 64
can someone please tell me where can I find the same shirt as the third guy who raps in this video has.I think it's some mafia style maybe I am wrong I dont know.at least tell me how to search for it.I ll kill for shirt like that http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDxTiVAzv1U
post #38 of 64
If we are talking about fictional non-Italian mobsters, Viggo Mortensen's suits in Eastern Promises were sharp.
post #39 of 64
Beware of the well-dressed man. If you haven't paid this month.
post #40 of 64
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
John Gotti Jr:

Gotti Jr. looks awful, but his attorney looks pretty good.
post #41 of 64
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Originally Posted by water View Post
If we are talking about fictional non-Italian mobsters, Viggo Mortensen's suits in Eastern Promises were sharp.

The clothing in Gangster No. 1 was pretty nice.
post #42 of 64
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Gotti Jr. looks awful, but his attorney looks pretty good.

His attorney makes more money than he does.

Jon.
post #43 of 64
I've been told that the suits are made by Borrelli, no?

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Goodfellas:
post #44 of 64
No love for the current Gottis?
post #45 of 64
OK.. why are they all having the same hair style?

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No love for the current Gottis?

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