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post #1306 of 1521
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Steven Hitchcock 2 piece SB 2 vent in Dormeuil Tonic 70wool/30Mohair, Turnbull & Asser shirt with self designed collar by Budd, Dior tie, unknown PS, DB monks by John Lobb
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Particularly like the cut of the trousers. Of course I love that color and cloth, that in a DB is a perfect and little known classic.
post #1307 of 1521

The double-breasted 6x1 is really very special. Who likes to dress should have in their wardrobe. In fact, Gianni Agnelli and Loro Piana if they were all so do. And even without slits behind.

post #1308 of 1521
I was always wondering what that was called. My first DB was a vintage one and I thought it was strange with the button placement.

post #1309 of 1521
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I was always wondering what that was called. My first DB was a vintage one and I thought it was strange with the button placement.

Great color...fantastic.

post #1310 of 1521
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any rtw brands that have db aesthetic close to edward sexton? dude cut the meanest db arounf

he did some db blocks for rtw chester barrie a year or two ago
post #1311 of 1521
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Great color...fantastic.

Thanks Gianni! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #1312 of 1521

 

Choreographer George Balanchine. Not sure when the picture was taken; I printscreened it from a programme with Darcey Bussell currently available on BBC iPlayer.

post #1313 of 1521
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Choreographer George Balanchine. Not sure when the picture was taken; I printscreened it from a programme with Darcey Bussell currently available on BBC iPlayer.


Beautiful elegance...I'm always fascinated by old pictures of these stylish men.

post #1314 of 1521
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Beautiful elegance...I'm always fascinated by old pictures of these stylish men.

Different times, different times..
post #1315 of 1521
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Different times, different times..

Of course you're right ... although in some cases the past was better than the present. Once in Italy the downtown streets of the city were perennial fashion shows but now is not so unfortunately.

post #1316 of 1521
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Of course you're right ... although in some cases the past was better than the present. Once in Italy the downtown streets of the city were perennial fashion shows but now is not so unfortunately.

When local tailors were making clothes...icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #1317 of 1521
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When local tailors were making clothes...icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Sure ... and in those years there were not even the companies that produce clothing on size. Everyone went by tailors!

post #1318 of 1521

Yeah those days where a greater portion of the population could not afford respectable clothes lol.

post #1319 of 1521
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Yeah those days where a greater portion of the population could not afford respectable clothes lol.

In fact, at that time there were tailors for all income!

post #1320 of 1521
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Yeah those days where a greater portion of the population could not afford respectable clothes lol.

Au contraire , mon Ami...

People used to have one decent suit for special occasions and Church Sundays.
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