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post #31 of 60
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Originally Posted by bboysdontcryy View Post

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'

Wow, 5 pcs minimum ...

 

Are there RTW shirts available, too? Price point?

post #32 of 60
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Originally Posted by gusvs View Post

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".

Mina's pricing seemed better at 200 euros I believe.
post #33 of 60
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Originally Posted by badsha View Post

Mina's pricing seemed better at 200 euros I believe.

Unfortunately she does not carry Riva or G&R...
post #34 of 60
Mina isn't 200 euros. More like pushing 3 if ordered on tour.
post #35 of 60
You're right. Its 250 euros with fabric but that price may be old.
post #36 of 60
Picked up my first jacket in Florence last week, as well as a couple of odd pants. Jacket fabric is a green-brownish Harris tweed. Ordered in January, fittings in Jan and Feb.
Pants are in cream flannel and dark olive cotton.




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Fit pics to follow later on once tweed season kicks in here in Sweden... not too far away I'm afraid...

I also had fittings for a mid grey suit and a mid blue jacket.

My impressions with Liverano:
They are a true pleasure to work with, and extremely professional. There are never any misunderstandings or forgotten details whatsoever. Both Antonio and Taka have very good memories and remember all requests, no matter how small. I speak Japanese so maybe this makes things easier, although Taka's English is not bad, certainly comparing to other artisans in Italy. So far, what is most impressive to me, is how consistent the fit seems to be, even between different fabrics. The three jackets I have ordered so far fit exactly the same at the forward fitting stage. This is not my experience with NSM for example. Probably, this comes down to L&L working with only a few artisans in their own workshop, and of course to Antonio cutting all garments by himself.

Fabric selection is great as well, with a lot of unusual stuff you don't find in the regualr books. House style is not to everyones taste, but I happen to love it. Basically, I leave all details and decisions to Taka and Antonio, since I happen to like their taste and fully trust their judgement. Their house style is what they do, and they would be very hard to convince to do something other than that I believe.

Moreover, the shop is very nice and I never feel rushed, even if they have other customers coming in. I have spent whole days there chit-chatting with Taka and Antonio and looking through fabrics, the RTW collection, and the workshop behind the store.

Needless to say, I'm totally hooked. Expensive, yes, but oh so good! Going back to Florence next in Sep-Oct biggrin.gif
post #37 of 60

Great post, thanks! Looking forward to the fit pics smile.gif

post #38 of 60
Beautiful jacket. Can you please identify the fabric?
post #39 of 60
Beautiful!

Looking forward to trying them out one day.
post #40 of 60
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Originally Posted by Stugotes View Post

Great post, thanks! Looking forward to the fit pics smile.gif

Thanks! Will do my best to get some pictures taken soon.
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Originally Posted by Grammaton Cleric View Post

Beautiful jacket. Can you please identify the fabric?

Thank you. The fabric is a Harris tweed they had in stock. It was rather old, but I will see if I can get more details from Taka and check whether it would still be available.
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Originally Posted by mrbrioni View Post

Beautiful!

Looking forward to trying them out one day.

Thank you!
post #41 of 60
How long does it normally take for Liverano to finish a suit/ jacket and pants from the first measurement? From the thread, it appears you had 2 fittings before you brought home the completed jacket, is this correct? Thanks.
post #42 of 60
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Originally Posted by vinveritas View Post

How long does it normally take for Liverano to finish a suit/ jacket and pants from the first measurement? From the thread, it appears you had 2 fittings before you brought home the completed jacket, is this correct? Thanks.

Don't know how long it normally takes. Correct, I had two fittings before picking up the finished garment, which is typical for the first commission. For my following orders, only one fitting will do.
post #43 of 60
A few fit pics (sorry for the poor picture quality, haven't had time for better pictures):





post #44 of 60

^ That is really nice. You must feel like a million bucks wearing that.

post #45 of 60
^ That could really be habit forming. Wear it in good health!
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