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post #2086 of 2435
As I understood it, it preserves the integrity of the pattern. Plus, you know, awesome.
post #2087 of 2435
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

As I understood it, it preserves the integrity of the pattern. Plus, you know, awesome.

Yups. I figured out the former. I'm guessing more of the latter (like having a James Bond toy) then. LOL.
post #2088 of 2435
The function is to be awesome
post #2089 of 2435
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How many trips do they have scheduled so far? 

Only the first date has been set. They'll return for fittings on this round of orders, but it's unclear if they'll add San Francisco to their permanent US travel schedule. If we can get enough people here interested and ordering on a regular basis, they'd be happy to. I, for one, would like to see that happen, but we need a few more people to come on board.
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Originally Posted by bourbonbasted View Post

D, I really wish you'd move to ATL so you could rally tailors to visit like you've done in SF... nod[1].gif

I think whnay has more pulling power than I do.

There are a few Neapolitan tailors I'd love to convince to come out, but many of them say they're too old to travel.
post #2090 of 2435

That is unfortunate.  Guess I can't order during the next visit and expect them to come back to SF then.

 

Whnay has more wallet ammunition perhaps?

post #2091 of 2435
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

That is unfortunate.  Guess I can't order during the next visit and expect them to come back to SF then.

Whnay has more wallet ammunition perhaps?

Why not email them to ask? Perhaps you can coordinate something, or they can put you on the list if they decide to make San Francisco a permanent stop.
post #2092 of 2435
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Originally Posted by texas_jack View Post

The function is to be awesome

lol8[1].gif Love it.
post #2093 of 2435
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

As I understood it, it preserves the integrity of the pattern. Plus, you know, awesome.
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Originally Posted by texas_jack View Post

The function is to be awesome

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post #2094 of 2435
London Lounge POW Brisa made by Edwin and Matthew DeBoise of Steed.

Very tough to get a good shot with the wind making the suit flutter all around.

Second photo is me wondering what the heck to do with all the wind.

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post #2095 of 2435
Not that this isn't nice, but I somehow prefer the coat with 6B, like on the navy number you had made up a while ago.


Edited by bboysdontcryy - 1/31/13 at 8:00am
post #2096 of 2435
I hear you. Just a way to shake things up a bit with this coat. Life's too short to have everything be the same.
post #2097 of 2435
Thats really nice, Slewfoot!
post #2098 of 2435
Did you pick that up yesterday? Looks amazing.
post #2099 of 2435
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Originally Posted by Slewfoot View Post

I hear you. Just a way to shake things up a bit with this coat. Life's too short to have everything be the same.

Yea. Some variety is always good. Trust Steed to do an excellent job. Your colleagues say anything when you waltz to work in this?
post #2100 of 2435
like the wind shot
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