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Nice. What CM gear do they have on White Collar? I can't ID any of it on sight (Suits is much easier with the HUGE lapels).

Fashionwise, Mozzie is probably my favorite TV character, and it took me awhile to find out he wears a lot of Save Khaki shirts and pants and that one jacket, as well as the occasional Carhart, I think.


According to White Collar Wiki

 

"The show's costume designer Stephanie Maslansky openly discusses the makings of Neal Caffrey's wardrobe on White Collar's official website. She says his look is 'mid-century gone modern' with suits by designers John Varvatos and Paul Smith (but let's not forget about his vintage Sy Devore suit from the very first episode). His tie bars are vintage, and his ties are also almost always vintage and bought at Manhattan's Star Struck and Cheap Jack's."

 

I know Brooks Brothers is mentioned a ton in the show(referring to the FBI agents' suits), Thomas Pink shirts shows up in an episode or two, and I think there is a Valentino reference thrown in somewhere. I believe there is a good amount of Varvatos in Mozzie's wardrobe as well.

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According to White Collar Wiki

"The show's costume designer Stephanie Maslansky openly discusses the makings of Neal Caffrey's wardrobe on White Collar's official website. She says his look is 'mid-century gone modern' with suits by designers John Varvatos and Paul Smith (but let's not forget about his vintage Sy Devore suit from the very first episode). His tie bars are vintage, and his ties are also almost always vintage and bought at Manhattan's Star Struck and Cheap Jack's."

I know Brooks Brothers is mentioned a ton in the show(referring to the FBI agents' suits), Thomas Pink shirts shows up in an episode or two, and I think there is a Valentino reference thrown in somewhere. I believe there is a good amount of Varvatos in Mozzie's wardrobe as well.

Yeah i always get a young Sinatra vibe with him especially with the fedoras.

BRIONI was mentioned on Mr.Robot ,great show btw.total mind fuck
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I have to give much-deserved respect to Store Supply Warehouse in Shreveport, LA. These guys are AMAZING! You may remember that my mannequin was destroyed. Well, I placed an order with SSW on Thursday afternoon. I am now looking at my new mannequin. This is the third order that I have placed with SSW. I have yet to have anything take over 24 hrs for delivery. And, no, I do not pay for one-day shipping. Their warehouse is 452 miles from my house and they still get it here pronto. It's awesome!

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Originally Posted by noob in 89 View Post


Nice. What CM gear do they have on White Collar? I can't ID any of it on sight (Suits is much easier with the HUGE lapels).

Fashionwise, Mozzie is probably my favorite TV character, and it took me awhile to find out he wears a lot of Save Khaki shirts and pants and that one jacket, as well as the occasional Carhart, I think.

The suits on 'Suits' and 'Hannibal' are all custom done by a local shop in Toronto called Garrison Bespoke. (I believe the first 2 seasons Harvey wore TF though)

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I have to give much-deserved respect to Store Supply Warehouse in Shreveport, LA. These guys are AMAZING! You may remember that my mannequin was destroyed. Well, I placed an order with SSW on Thursday afternoon. I am now looking at my new mannequin. This is the third order that I have placed with SSW. I have yet to have anything take over 24 hrs for delivery. And, no, I do not pay for one-day shipping. Their warehouse is 452 miles from my house and they still get it here pronto. It's awesome!

Big ups to Shreveport, my home town!

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Originally Posted by noob in 89 View Post

Nice. What CM gear do they have on White Collar? I can't ID any of it on sight (Suits is much easier with the HUGE lapels).

Fashionwise, Mozzie is probably my favorite TV character, and it took me awhile to find out he wears a lot of Save Khaki shirts and pants and that one jacket, as well as the occasional Carhart, I think.

Just finished the series on Netflix. I noticed Mozzie wearing a Cucinelli shirt and pretty sure a Zegna sportcoat in one of the last episodes.
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The suits on 'Suits' and 'Hannibal' are all custom done by a local shop in Toronto called Garrison Bespoke. (I believe the first 2 seasons Harvey wore TF though)

Hannibal was filmed five min from my place in a hangar at Pearson.
And i know the guy who rented the desk and chair to the show in Hannibals office.
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Love Hannibal's suits / jackets. The fabrics are so damn nice, and doze peak lapels are on point.
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Originally Posted by dappercanadian View Post
 

The suits on 'Suits' and 'Hannibal' are all custom done by a local shop in Toronto called Garrison Bespoke. (I believe the first 2 seasons Harvey wore TF though)

not all.

 

seen it with my very eyes a suit made for mikkelsen was sitting in a workroom at another establishment in toronto. 

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Lots of traffic on the roads today :(

 

All pickups available...except for one.

 

NWT Barbour Steve McQueen Collection Pebbels jacket. My size, totally NA. Paid the fuck up for it but instantly fell in love with it.

 

 

Zegna 60% cash/40% wool cardigan. Tagged 52, probably about a 44-46.

 

 

Peckham Nomex and Poly fleece. @Nataku was this worth picking up?

 

 

 

North Face women's jacket. Size L.

 

 

3 x tees. Patagonia x 2, Southern Tide. All size small.

 

 

NWOT Ray Ban RB4197's. 

 

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Originally Posted by borbor View Post
 

not all.

 

seen it with my very eyes a suit made for mikkelsen was sitting in a workroom at another establishment in toronto. 

Do you know if Garrison outsources there work? I know they're pretty tight-lipped about their operations..

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Wow, nice to see so many white collar fans. 

 

Neals wears;

Paul Smith

Thomas Pink

Hugo Boss 

Dolace & Gabbana

Gucci 

Calvin Klein

John Varvatos

Michael Andrews Bespoke

Aldo

Forzieri

Page

Just to name a few common brands.

 

Mozzie is all over the place, a good amount of his stuff is Varvatos, most jackets and such are vintage. 

 

Peter is Brooks Brothers, so much Brooks Brothers. 

 

I could discuss white collar for hours but I'll get us back to thrifts with my crap two pickups.

 

 

 

New without tags North Face sweaters, too cool not to share. 

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Do you know if Garrison outsources there work? I know they're pretty tight-lipped about their operations..

i'm trying to think of a way to answer this w/o giving away how much i know about some of the things that goes on BTS about a few places here in Toronto.  

 

does that answer your question indirectly? :p 

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Originally Posted by borbor View Post
 

i'm trying to think of a way to answer this w/o giving away how much i know about some of the things that goes on BTS about a few places here in Toronto.  

 

does that answer your question indirectly? :p 

Fire me a PM! I want all the juicy deetz (I've read your posts on custom suits you've had made both here and on RFD already)

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Fire me a PM! I want all the juicy deetz (I've read your posts on custom suits you've had made both here and on RFD already)

:cheers:  gonna apologize in advance i won't be able to divulge.  

 

but i will say this; to my understanding (and i could be wrong), even the tailors in the uk back in the day aren't "attached" to a business.  afaik when the row was lined with shops, i think tailors took on jobs from different houses at the same time.  obviously that's not the case now for the big names with cutters and what not doing stuff exclusively for one house, but i think from what i've read that was how they did things a few decades ago. 

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