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Corneliani hip?

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I was in Harry Rosen today and saw that they've started carrying a very large Corneliani collection. I think they have more Corneliani than they do Canali and Vestimenta combined, though obviously the Armani Collezioni and Hugo Boss collections still dominate. ANYWAY: the Corneliani stuff is beautiful, and quite fashion-forward. Nothing outlandish -- almost a cross between Etro and Canali. All the suits were double-vented, with funky but wearable pinstripes. Paisley-underprint striped shirts. What's odd though, is that I've never seen Corneliani stuff that looks like this. When I asked the salesperson what the deal was, he said simply that they wanted to carry this sort of stuff (1) because it moves fast and (2) it doesn't encroach too badly on Canali, etc. Anyone seen this stuff anywhere else?
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I have not, but I love Corneliani. Their pieces are just as well made and good looking as other designers who most consider in a league above them. That's fine with me, as it means better deals for those of us that know..
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I have not, but I love Corneliani. Their pieces are just as well made and good looking as other designers who most consider in a league above them.
And those would be....?
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