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post #16 of 60
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Originally Posted by forex View Post

I noticed Liverano prefers shorter jackets. Gus, are you going to make the jacket a bit longer? Also, does he cut the garments himself or is he similar to Mariano Rubinacci?

I will not make it any longer than the house style. I believe Antonio cuts most garments himself.
post #17 of 60
Had my second fitting Friday in Florence. Also picked up five shirts:



Top three are G&R, bottom two Riva:


post #18 of 60

Very cool.

post #19 of 60
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Originally Posted by gusvs View Post

Had my second fitting Friday in Florence. Also picked up five shirts:



Top three are G&R, bottom two Riva:



Very nice.
post #20 of 60
Gustav, nice shirts,particularly the one in the top right corner. Collar shape looks very nice!
post #21 of 60
Thanks guys!
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Originally Posted by MrChris View Post

Collar shape looks very nice!

Yes, I am very satisfied with the collar.
post #22 of 60
looking forward to more posts
post #23 of 60
Great thread - thanks OP

Just out of curiosity how much does Liverano charge for suit, sportcoat, shirts?

I've always loved the styling from them.
post #24 of 60
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Originally Posted by mrbrioni View Post

Great thread - thanks OP

Just out of curiosity how much does Liverano charge for suit, sportcoat, shirts?

I've always loved the styling from them.


 4500€ for a 2pc, as far as I've heard. Thought about them, too, but that's just too much.

post #25 of 60
Afraid to ask what they charge for bespoke shirts.
post #26 of 60
Late last year --

'Minimum order are 5pcs shirt.
Price from 280€ to 385€.

Please let us when you come to Florence we would like to make a appointment.

Best regards
LIVERANO&LIVERANO S.A.S
VIA DEI FOSSI 43 R 50123 FIRENZE'
post #27 of 60
Just noticed that they've sewn the buttons on differently. It isn't the 'crow's foot stitch' as is typical on Neapolitan shirts.
post #28 of 60
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Originally Posted by bboysdontcryy View Post

Just noticed that they've sewn the buttons on differently. It isn't the 'crow's foot stitch' as is typical on Neapolitan shirts.

Correct, first thing I noticed myself also smile.gif
post #29 of 60
Do they adopt the Neapolitan practice of having 8-9 aspects of the garment worked by hand as well?

How was the fit?
post #30 of 60
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Originally Posted by bboysdontcryy View Post

Do they adopt the Neapolitan practice of having 8-9 aspects of the garment worked by hand as well?

How was the fit?

Yes, it's very Neapolitan in terms of construction (obviously, since they are made there).

Fit is great, not as slim as Mina's, but I asked them to make them "Liverano style".
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