This is true, large scale herringbone is easily obtainable, I just think they nailed the scale of the pattern. The LL upcharge is something I can't allow myself to do unless it is really something that isn't put out there by others. Even the fox flannel collection at 18oz, is fantastic, but quite expensive compared to minnis, which is my go to flannel. Some of the things being put out by LL are just ridiculous in form and price, 1000g cashmere overcoating for example was upwards of 400-500 pounds per meter, and if it rains, I doubt the high quality kashmir will last
Hi, has anyone seen or even made up something with Fox flannel gray herringbone? I like herringbone but prefer some pattern more sutle for business suits. But in the fox website, I really cannot see any pattern at all. Any real life experience? Pic and opinion will be highly appreciated.
I was perusing books at Ercoles today and was struck by a woolen flannel by Fox. It was a fairly large scale glenplaid with an extremely faint windowpane (I couldnt even see it at first but Frank thinks it is blueish green). I could have sworn Whnay looked at something like this earlier but cant find it in this thread. Has anyone had experience with this fabric before and if so, how did it turn out? I am little concerned it will look too bold in the end.
Some of the things being put out by LL are just ridiculous in form and price, 1000g cashmere overcoating for example was upwards of 400-500 pounds per meter, and if it rains, I doubt the high quality kashmir will last
the everest 1000g cashmere was 450GBP per meter. have you come across it in real life? the tariff was stratospheric, to be sure, but the cloth is amazing. it has an incredible, dense hand that is both soft and resilient. I actually think the cloth will take more of a beating than one would ever expect cashmere to be able to withstand. really, I've never seen anything like it.