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post #541 of 1722
Ok thanks guys for your answers, I guess I will have to wait for his. Fingers crossed since Cavuto has gone back to Japan and I wanted a Japan/Florentine mix wink.gif.
post #542 of 1722

Visited Steed this afternoon in San Francisco and had a fitting for this Henley-style blazer:

 


It's made up from one of Fox Brothers vintage flannel bolts. It's a pretty lightweight flannel, now all gone. Steed is making it with a one-piece back, patch pockets, and a two-button close. Underneath the blazer is the shell of a vest being made up from No Man Walks Alone's custom run of Oatmeal Flannel, also from Fox.

post #543 of 1722

Have a new sports jacket in the making. Aaaand a DB suit - winter overcoat - a pair of shoes from januszkiewicz . this hobby is turning out to be more expensive than first anticipated.

 

 

 

post #544 of 1722
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Originally Posted by Davarpanah View Post
 

Have a new sports jacket in the making. Aaaand a DB suit - winter overcoat - a pair of shoes from januszkiewicz . this hobby is turning out to be more expensive than first anticipated.

 

 

Your jacket looks too short...

post #545 of 1722

From what I recall - the jacket covers my butt. But we'll find out shortly :)

post #546 of 1722
Great thread! Looking forward to posting after my first B&Tailor fitting in a couple of weeks.
post #547 of 1722
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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post

Your jacket looks too short...

Think it's the camera angle; looks fine from behind.
post #548 of 1722
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Originally Posted by Andy57 View Post

Visited Steed this afternoon in San Francisco and had a fitting for this Henley-style blazer:







It's made up from one of Fox Brothers vintage flannel bolts. It's a pretty lightweight flannel, now all gone. Steed is making it with a one-piece back, patch pockets, and a two-button close. Underneath the blazer is the shell of a vest being made up from No Man Walks Alone's custom run of Oatmeal Flannel, also from Fox.

Details on the jacket configuration?
post #549 of 1722
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Originally Posted by lordsuperb View Post


Details on the jacket configuration?


Nothing unusual: single-breasted, two-button closure. Two patch pockets, welted breast pocket. Double vent. It will have a light canvas and a light lining, with a little bit of padding in the shoulder.

post #550 of 1722
@CharlieWhite

I just got back from Florence and fittings with Corcos. He told me he will not be accepting any new customers for now, but as others said you should check with him directly. If that is the case though, you should blame @Leaves for occupying 80-90% of Kotaro's life right now nod[1].gif
post #551 of 1722
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Originally Posted by Andy57 View Post
 

Visited Steed this afternoon in San Francisco and had a fitting for this Henley-style blazer:

 


It's made up from one of Fox Brothers vintage flannel bolts. It's a pretty lightweight flannel, now all gone. Steed is making it with a one-piece back, patch pockets, and a two-button close. Underneath the blazer is the shell of a vest being made up from No Man Walks Alone's custom run of Oatmeal Flannel, also from Fox.

 

Saw it hanging in the closet. Looked amazing in person!

post #552 of 1722
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Originally Posted by Mr. Six View Post
 

 

Saw it hanging in the closet. Looked amazing in person!


Thanks! I'm looking forward to the finished result!

post #553 of 1722
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Originally Posted by gusvs View Post

@CharlieWhite

I just got back from Florence and fittings with Corcos. He told me he will not be accepting any new customers for now, but as others said you should check with him directly. If that is the case though, you should blame @Leaves for occupying 80-90% of Kotaro's life right now nod[1].gif

I see. I contacted him and we agreed on a day to meet (so in my mind it's also agreed to launch a suit at least) so I might be lucky and be one of the last of this round, then there will be no need to blame anyone for his insatiable appetite for Corcos' suits wink.gif.
post #554 of 1722
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Originally Posted by gusvs View Post

@CharlieWhite

I just got back from Florence and fittings with Corcos. He told me he will not be accepting any new customers for now, but as others said you should check with him directly. If that is the case though, you should blame @Leaves for occupying 80-90% of Kotaro's life right now nod[1].gif

What can I say, love his work. smile.gif But I do it mostly to delay Shorts-Boy Braddock's and Der Sander's stuff to be honest. Ha!
post #555 of 1722
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Originally Posted by CharlieWhite View Post

I see. I contacted him and we agreed on a day to meet (so in my mind it's also agreed to launch a suit at least) so I might be lucky and be one of the last of this round, then there will be no need to blame anyone for his insatiable appetite for Corcos' suits wink.gif.

Great! You will not be disappointed I believe!

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Originally Posted by Leaves View Post

What can I say, love his work. smile.gif But I do it mostly to delay Shorts-Boy Braddock's and Der Sander's stuff to be honest. Ha!

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