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Benjamin trouser basics are restocked (charcoal, navy, medium grey).

New Marco Pescarolo and Borrelli trousers will be on the site shortly.

Ma.Co suits coming next week, and Pal Zileri suits shortly thereafter.

When's the Zileri stuff going up? What sizes in suits?
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When's the Zileri stuff going up? What sizes in suits?

Size euro 46 - 56 (maybe some 58 - not sure). Mainline Pal Zileri and also some Sartoriale.it stuff too. Lots of interesting fabrics. Hope they'll be on the sites by the end of the month. Maco (Caruso) will probably be by the end of next week.
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Size euro 46 - 56 (maybe some 58 - not sure). Mainline Pal Zileri and also some Sartoriale.it stuff too. Lots of interesting fabrics. Hope they'll be on the sites by the end of the month. Maco (Caruso) will probably be by the end of next week.

Awesome, thanks! Sending you a pm.
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What is the cloth weight and lining composition of the Benjamin Classico II suit (UK page)?

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Question for Ben: Any update on the ETA for the less slim fitting tuxedo? I remember reading on here over the winter that a new version was due in spring but curious whether it's still anticipated.

Wish I could tell you for sure... although the model will probably be similar to the Classico II so not much fuller, although the trousers will certainly be a little bit more forgiving. Right now we're probably looking at September. frown.gif
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I'm looking at these Incotex pants - can anyone tell me if they're poplin or twill, and roughly how lightweight they are?

http://www.ehaberdasher.com/servlet/the-16438/Incotex-Trousers-cln--33/Detail

Colleen tells me they are closer to a poplin than a twill, and are fairly lightweight and ideal for warmer weather (now).
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Thanks!

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One for the suggestion box:

Your Benjamin Sartorial Tuxedo seems like a good value. Perhaps if a non-vented option is offered in the future I may be inclined to purchase.
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What is the cloth weight and lining composition of the Benjamin Classico II suit (UK page)?

Fabric is about 275 grams for the Benajmin suits (basic solid fabrics). Lining is 55% Polyamid 45% Viscose and has proven to hold up well (at least no complaints in the past 4+ years).
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NEW ARRIVALS: Maco (Caruso) suits, Borrelli & Marco Pescarolo trousers.

Fully canvassed suits from the makers of Caruso, Lanvin, Dior, Smalto, and more for starting at only $475!

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For those not familiar with MACO, here's a write up from another respected forum member:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/386970/largest-ready-to-wear-suit-brand-review-44-brands-by-parisian-gentleman-updated

By Dirnelli :

Maco is a brand made by Caruso (like its other brand called Raffaele Caruso.)

It’s very nicely made, comfortable to wear, and very current it its styling. Fabric choices are beautiful.

It’s just a shame that this brand is still confidential and not widely distributed. Perhaps Caruso doesn’t want to be too aggressive in competing directly with the brands that it makes for…

By Hugo Jacomet :

On a related note, the name “Maco” comes from MA.CO, which stands for Manifattura Confezioni–the name of the company before it changed its name to Raffaele Caruso Spa.

This little detail would make Maco the original Caruso brand. Unfortunately, unless you plan a trip close to Parma or other nearby outlets, chances are that you won’t come across a Maco suit.

Also note that Pierre Degand in Brussels has developed with Maco a beautiful small line of suits called “Degand by Caruso”, priced around 1000€…
++ : Great value for money, great styling, quality of construct, and fabric choices.
- – : Difficult to find outside Soragna (Parma).
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Further proof that Marco Pescarolo makes for Kiton - haha!

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What's the difference between the Classico and the Classico II? And if can you order pants that are bigger than the usual drop?
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What's the difference between the Classico and the Classico II? And if can you order pants that are bigger than the usual drop?

The Classico II replaced the Classico. Only difference is the back collar got brought in to sit closer to the neck as a few people were experiencing some collar gap. The new model which I'm hoping to approve shortly will actually bring the collar just slightly higher as well, but at this point likely won't be available until this autumn. But once it's good, I hope to open the floodgates with tons of fabrics and jackets/blazers too.
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