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Corneliani: are they fused?

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Hello all. Are Corneliani suits fused? Are the Polo RL versions fused? There are conflicting posts on the forum regarding the subject, and I am trying to get a definite answer, as I see that a few posts on the forum have brought this issue up as of late. According to their website: Quality born of a production process which intertwines state of the art technology and fine craftsmanship. Corneliani creates the finest apparel through traditional tailoring modernized to suit the most exacting needs: exclusive fabrics, sewn-in interlinings, impeccable cut, finely crafted construction, attention to detail. The outcome? Perfect tailoring and an extraordinary fit. Thanks, Jon.
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Polo RL suits and jackets made by Corneliani are fused. All Corneliani-labeled clothing that I've seen has been non-fused. It's possible that Corneliani has a fused diffusion line, though.
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CC "Corneliani Collection" and Trend are fused. But I must admit, I am surprised that Blue Label Polo is fused. Surprising that only Purple Label is Canvas. Sad really, especially since Blue Label is priced higher than the main Corneliani line.
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Polo RL suits and jackets made by Corneliani are fused. All Corneliani-labeled clothing that I've seen has been non-fused. It's possible that Corneliani has a fused diffusion line, though.
Ok, but what about MTM Polo RL suits? Jon.
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Sad really, especially since Blue Label is priced higher than the main Corneliani line.
the last time i was at saks full retail on the polo blue label suits was $950. the corneliani suits start at around $1100. i've never seen a fused corneliani including a 'trend' model.
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I order 1 MTM blue label Polo suit, in the spring, then again in the fall. The reason I started doing this is because the MTM are not fused, as opposed to their regular line.
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I order 1 MTM blue label Polo suit, in the spring, then again in the fall. The reason I started doing this is because the MTM are not fused, as opposed to their regular line.
I thought so...it was going to be horrible if MTM was fused, given the price. Also, I have a RTW Polo RL sports coat, which is made out of very beautiful, ultra light cashmere (it retailed for almost $2000, bought on sale @ the Worth Ave RL store for something like $600), and it is definitely not fused. Jon.
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