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post #76 of 81
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You were pretty fascinated by that rectangular pizza.

--Andre

I have had better, and easier to eat.

The biggest difference is in the pants. They are two completely different species.
post #77 of 81
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Originally Posted by Panzeraxe II View Post
The gentlemen in the suit is the sales director at Dege. The suit he is wearing is very indicative of the classic Dege cut. As you can tell, it's a different look from Brioni. I am not that familiar with Kilgour, but I suspect their cut is somewhat similar.
What a joker. That suit jacket seems too long and the skirt isn't as flared as I'd like it.
post #78 of 81
Suits cut like that make you look like you're draped in a goddamned flag.
post #79 of 81
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i do think that sometimes we're falling into stereotypes....

Tony Gaziano made me very classic ,not at all a la Gaziano...

There is a style and there is a design ,a cut suited to the person body and desire...

Kilgour hasmade a certain revolution recently and now is offering very fiited cut ...
I do not know Anderson&Sheppardvery well and the same for D&G but i'm not buying in the mystic of the Row...

i will spend the day looking around ,meeting people and looking at models in London and in Paris...

Gabriel gonzalez ,cutter with Camps ,is going to receive me and propose me something and i will let you know...
post #80 of 81
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
The biggest difference is in the pants. They are two completely different species.

Matt, do Rubinacci make their trousers in-house, or are they made up by trouser makers who make for other Neapolitan houses as well?

- B
post #81 of 81
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Matt, do Rubinacci make their trousers in-house, or are they made up by trouser makers who make for other Neapolitan houses as well?

- B
They are made in house. This is a new development over the last two years or so. PM me if you want other info.
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