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post #16 of 20
Yes, add New York to the list. Raphael, Corvato, Nicolosi, Logsdail, Cheo, Fioravanti, Sanitate, Maurizio and Shattuck all use felt. So, I would guess, do others whose work I have never inspected.
post #17 of 20
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They were expensive for RTW - brand new Borrelli and Belvest, respectively.  I only bought these RTW items since I got them at a significant discount.  I was confident enough that things would be fine.  Things go bad more often when one allows fear to creep in.  I actually did the Borrelli first.
I'm waiting for CNN to report on suit aficionados across the country simultaneously dropping dead from heart attacks upon reading that.
post #18 of 20
[quote]I'm going to pretend I didn't read that.[/QUOTE
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I'm waiting for CNN to report on suit aficionados across the country simultaneously dropping dead from heart attacks upon reading that.
I still like working sleeve buttons...left buttoned.
post #19 of 20
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Yes, add New York to the list. Raphael, Corvato, Nicolosi, Logsdail, Cheo, Fioravanti, Sanitate, Maurizio and Shattuck all use felt. So, I would guess, do others whose work I have never inspected.
Add Otto Perl, John Reyle, Henry Stewart, Morty Sills, Giovanni Gagliano, Roland Meledendre, Jon Green, Luigi Caruso, & Mimo Spano ... half of whom are no longer practicing ... but that's just age showing.
post #20 of 20
Wow--I think I've heard everything.. -removing pickstitching from a Borelli????....The next thing I'm gonna hear is someone removing the hood ornament from their Jaguar,to make it "more aerodynamic".
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