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post #16 of 44
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Originally Posted by EL72 View Post
Nice but I prefer sleeves on my coats.
... me too ;-)
post #17 of 44
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Originally Posted by Vaux_le_Vicomte View Post
I know and have suits of the following italian Tailors:

M. Caraceni - Milan
L. Colombo - Milan
G. Campagna - Milan

ah! It seems you like the slightly more structured suits. How do you rate the work of Campagna against Caraceni?
post #18 of 44
Looks like it will be a fine suit. A tigher fit than I prefer, but the balance is just right, and the armhole is excellent. I also like the wide lapels.
post #19 of 44
Great job ...how much do they charge for a suit ?

i wil be interested to try bespoke after years of rtw....
post #20 of 44
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I know and have suits of the following italian Tailors:

M. Caraceni - Milan
L. Colombo - Milan
G. Campagna - Milan



koji (who by sheer luck has a D. Caraceni sportscoat)
post #21 of 44
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From the height, features and collar/necktie I would guess Dutch?
german.

!luc
post #22 of 44
hrmph! sorry, didn't see the replies.
post #23 of 44
Thanks for sharing the pictures, Herbert.

I really like the lapels - a little belly, very wide with high gorge - superb.
post #24 of 44
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ah! It seems you like the slightly more structured suits. How do you rate the work of Campagna against Caraceni?
.. both have the same problem ... the cutters and tailors are others ... so you can have a great suit if you get the right on.
post #25 of 44
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Great job ...how much do they charge for a suit ?

i wil be interested to try bespoke after years of rtw....
.. less than many others ...
post #26 of 44
It only depends on who the others are....
Cheaper than Brioni ,Hunstman,Kiton or Everest?

It is sometimes very rude to talk about money but i'm a kind of pragmatic guy ....
Let's say roughly for a super 150 two buttons suit....

Do i book my ticket for Milan or not?
post #27 of 44
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Do i book my ticket for Milan or not?
Yes, but don't waste your time or money on 150s.
post #28 of 44
Milan is a horrendous city.
post #29 of 44
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It only depends on who the others are....
Cheaper than Brioni ,Hunstman,Kiton or Everest?

It is sometimes very rude to talk about money but i'm a kind of pragmatic guy ....
Let's say roughly for a super 150 two buttons suit....

Do i book my ticket for Milan or not?
cheaper than Brioni ecc..
post #30 of 44
i'm not going to see the Duomo but to buy a suit...
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