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post #31 of 40
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Originally Posted by triniboy27 View Post
Pages 7, 9 & 10
Its the same scarf, and the focus is clearly not on the scarf as its blurry or hardly visible in two of the three shots.
post #32 of 40
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Originally Posted by FIHTies View Post
So I downloaded the cat and still didnt get any scarves in there (other than what looks maybe like a scarf on page 21 for women and 35 for men.)

Any other ideas?

You really need to see the printed catalog that also includes many pages of styled looks. These are in addition to what you see in the on-line catalog. I would suggest asking for one at Neimans, Saks or calling the BC store on Bleeker street in NYC for a copy. Plus, the new catalog is out now and the on-line version is 2007-2008.
post #33 of 40
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does anyone else here ever have the impression that Brunello Cucinelli is a cult?

From what I understand he owns most of the town and employs just about everyone who lives there. He also studies all the past world leaders and uses their words to direct and motivate. I would say it is, at least, a cult of personality. And a very cozy one at that
post #34 of 40

Hello everybody,

 

I see there are some great Cuninelli fans here. Wich is nice, because I have a questions about this. I have seen some jackets of this brand with the logo of Cucinelli (like a old greek temple) on the backside of the colar. Now somebody else says that Cucinelli never did that.

My question is: did Cucinelli actually put that logo on the backside of the colar and if so, does anybody know from wich periode till wich periode they did this?

I am kind of confused about it.

 

I would love to hear about it.

 

Thnx

Brandon

post #35 of 40

Seems like nobody likes Brunello Cucinelli anymore. :(

post #36 of 40

I can say that the current season has the crest on the melton wool under the collar

post #37 of 40
The little ticket pocket on his jackets nixed him for me years ago.
post #38 of 40
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Originally Posted by brandonchat View Post
 

Seems like nobody likes Brunello Cucinelli anymore. :(

 

He deserved it. :D

post #39 of 40
Cucinelli cashmere cardigans looks amazing.
post #40 of 40
Unsure on whether to spend $$ on Cucinelli cashmere or Ballantyne 1921. Any thoughts?
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