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post #2476 of 2523
At The Guilds yearly show patronised by HRH Princess Benedikte in Copenhagen

Steven Hitchcock suit wih DB waistcoat - Turnbull &Asser shirt with self designed collar by Budd and Faconable tie bigstar[1].gif



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Photo: The Journal of Style http://www.the-journal-of-style.com/2015/11/09/all-guilds-show-in-copenhagen/
Edited by Butler - 11/11/15 at 9:00pm
post #2477 of 2523
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I'll be interested to see what you think of it when it's made up. The idea of bamboo is certainly intriguing.


Yes, re the bamboo--just don't get too close to any pandas.

post #2478 of 2523
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At The Guilds yearly show patronised by HRH Princess Benedikte in Copenhagen

Steven Hitchcock suit wih DB waistcoat - Turnbull &Asser shirt with self designed collar by Budd and Faconable tie bigstar[1].gif



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Photo: The Journal of Style http://www.the-journal-of-style.com/2015/11/09/all-guilds-show-in-copenhagen/

very nice vest
post #2479 of 2523
Is it sacrilegious to ask an expat to make a jacket where the lapels are somewhat concave?
post #2480 of 2523
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Originally Posted by lordsuperb View Post

Is it sacrilegious to ask an expat to make a jacket where the lapels are somewhat concave?

 

I shouldn't think so. I assume you mean lapels similar to Liverano ones, for instance?

I can only speak for Steven Hitchcock - his house style is obviously very similar to A&S, but he was very relaxed about deviating from this and actively encouraged me to have as much input as I wanted design wise. In the end we changed quite a few things on the lapels - increased the belly, tightened up the angle of the notch, gorge height and so on. Based on this, I don't think it would have been an issue at all. 

post #2481 of 2523
Sweet.
post #2482 of 2523
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"Shooting" the Bond sequel:

Steven Hitchcock SB DV 3 piece navy pinstripe - T&A shirt with self designed collar from Budd - Ferragamo tie
Accessoires: Heckler & Koch submachine - Bentley coupe - Bond female weapons dealer
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post #2483 of 2523

Denmark doesn't need armed forces - it has @Butler instead. ;)

post #2484 of 2523
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Bond female weapons dealer

Unequivocally the best kind.
post #2485 of 2523
Butler, as always, your style is just killing it!
post #2486 of 2523
Butler, that is awesome.
post #2487 of 2523
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Originally Posted by MeachamLake View Post

I shouldn't think so. I assume you mean lapels similar to Liverano ones, for instance?


I can only speak for Steven Hitchcock - his house style is obviously very similar to A&S, but he was very relaxed about deviating from this and actively encouraged me to have as much input as I wanted design wise. In the end we changed quite a few things on the lapels - increased the belly, tightened up the angle of the notch, gorge height and so on. Based on this, I don't think it would have been an issue at all. 



Kind of what I had in mind, no more belly.
post #2488 of 2523
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Challenge X-post:



click for bigger size

"Shooting" the Bond sequel:

Steven Hitchcock SB DV 3 piece navy pinstripe - T&A shirt with self designed collar from Budd - Ferragamo tie
Accessoires: Heckler & Koch submachine - Bentley coupe - Bond female weapons dealer
bigstar[1].gif

Is this a photoshop or real thing???
post #2489 of 2523
Is this a photoshop or real thing???[/quote]

Real alright. no photoshopping! bigstar[1].gif
post #2490 of 2523
Othertravel, this photo is evidence of how butler usually handles tailors who come asking after delayed payments...
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