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inlove.gif The collar stays are great but the long ones don't fit any of my shirts. It's great to be able to add a little bit of curve because I never wear ties.

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I hear you - I guess shirt collars have gotten shorter in the last year or two after we ordered these - we ordered 1,000 sets to we still have some to sell through before re-ordering - perhaps by then the longer length stays will be useful! laugh.gif I think we've sold 400 or so though - still a great deal and as you said crucial to get that nice collar roll when worn open!
post #857 of 2204
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I have been really curious about the brand Riviera, their website has been stuck on a "Work in Progress" message for over a year now. And it's almost impossible to find much info about the label elsewhere on the internet.
Could Ben provide some more info on this brand? It seems it's impossible to buy their goods these days.

Good question! We came upon these in Napoli. We honestly don't know a whole lot more than you do, but when we came across a small lot of these we were impressed with the quality of the sport jackets, the fabric and the cut, and figured they'd be worth a try. They have a large store in the new Napoli Port mall where the cruise ships dock, but I've never been there personally except before they opened up shop. Otherwise I don't know much about the brand itself - I say they seem to be a newer brand because it seems they were trying different manufacturers (some jackets are half canvassed and some are full canvas). I'm partial to the full canvas of course. The fabrics - especially the cashmeres are really nice. I believe they also make women's clothing and accessories...
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Good question! We came upon these in Napoli. We honestly don't know a whole lot more than you do, but when we came across a small lot of these we were impressed with the quality of the sport jackets, the fabric and the cut, and figured they'd be worth a try. They have a large store in the new Napoli Port mall where the cruise ships dock, but I've never been there personally except before they opened up shop. Otherwise I don't know much about the brand itself - I say they seem to be a newer brand because it seems they were trying different manufacturers (some jackets are half canvassed and some are full canvas). I'm partial to the full canvas of course. The fabrics - especially the cashmeres are really nice. I believe they also make women's clothing and accessories...

 

My tailor was impressed with the jacket. He's an old Neapolitan cat and was thrilled to see soft tailoring and Borrelli.
 

 

post #859 of 2204
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My tailor was impressed with the jacket. He's an old Neapolitan cat and was thrilled to see soft tailoring and Borrelli.

 

Sweet - yeah I like them and glad to hear he approved!
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Xiaoli and/or Ben what is the web address for Riviera?  I have searched for it to see if they carry any of their sportcoats like you have on eHaberdasher but in long sizes but can't find them.  Also, Ben do you have anymore pictures or swatches or prototypes that you have made since you last posted those 5 pictures of swatches a month or so ago? And do you have an updated ETA of when these new, and much anticipated, Benjamin sport coats and suits are coming in?

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Originally Posted by dls160 View Post

Xiaoli and/or Ben what is the web address for Riviera?  I have searched for it to see if they carry any of their sportcoats like you have on eHaberdasher but in long sizes but can't find them.  Also, Ben do you have anymore pictures or swatches or prototypes that you have made since you last posted those 5 pictures of swatches a month or so ago? And do you have an updated ETA of when these new, and much anticipated, Benjamin sport coats and suits are coming in?

http://www.rivieramilano.com/

doesn't give you much of anything though. Just basically says being updated in Italiano.
post #862 of 2204
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

inlove.gif The collar stays are great but the long ones don't fit any of my shirts. It's great to be able to add a little bit of curve because I never wear ties.

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Do you wear these wide spreads without a tie? Without a tie, I feel I have to go with a button down or a point, spreads just don't seem right.
post #863 of 2204
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Do you wear these wide spreads without a tie? Without a tie, I feel I have to go with a button down or a point, spreads just don't seem right.


I like the look. I don't own any point collar dress shirts.

 

post #864 of 2204
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Do you wear these wide spreads without a tie? Without a tie, I feel I have to go with a button down or a point, spreads just don't seem right.

Yes - all the time! I'm personally not a fan of point collared shirts in general, and don't think I've owned let alone bought a button down collared shirt in years.

I know I still owe you guys close up pics of the shoulder of the Benjamin shirts...
post #865 of 2204

Do you offer or do you plan to offer the Benjamin shirt's w/ linked or French cuffs? All I see are barrel cuffs

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Do you offer or do you plan to offer the Benjamin shirt's w/ linked or French cuffs? All I see are barrel cuffs

Wasn't in the plans... solid white or fancies?
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solid white or light blue. Stuff for work. Maybe we can compramise with convertibles? lol

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solid white or light blue. Stuff for work. Maybe we can compramise with convertibles? lol

OK maybe we'll do some later this year. By the way trying a new factory out next...
post #869 of 2204
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Originally Posted by eHaberdasher View Post

Probably not an inch, but will make the next batch 1 cm longer...


I think 1cm would be enough. Please let us know when the next batch comes in.
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I think 1cm would be enough. Please let us know when the next batch comes in.

I BELIEVE finally going into production next week, so hopefully by the end of May... unless the factory decides to push back our small production...
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