Ahhh, yes. Â The Giampaolo de Santi suit. Â Let's just say it won't be confused with Kiton. Â Or even Jones New York.
I actually got a catalog with my order, in which a better description of the suit was given. Â It said that it had "Old World details" like "three-quarter canvas chest piece and Neopolitan stacked buttons." Â Well what the hell does that mean? I'll tell you what it means -- fused lapels, fused body, and plastic buttons. Â It's amazing -- the picture makes it look like it could have a nice lapel roll over the top button. Far from it in real life -- probably the worst constructed/pressed suit I've ever seen. As for the fit? Â If you want a skirt on a suit, this is the one for you. Â It fit boxy in the shoulders and chest, had maybe 1.5" of waist supression, and then FLARED out at the hips. Â Utterly laughable. Â Needless to say I returned it. By the way, the inside tag said "Giampaolo de Santi Tailors." Â Who knows -- but it was made in Italy.