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Recommended by a Stage and Vintage Friend.

I've never used them

Your wedding day is one of the most special days of your life and a day of memories you will cherish forever. Naturally, you wish to preserve those memories by keeping your gown as lovely as it was the day it was first worn. We try to make this process as easy as possible for you by offering a high quality, trusted, professional service.

Ferrari Wedding Gown Cleaners have been providing our specialist wedding gown care and preservation services for over 40 years. Our highly trained staff have acquired many years experience cleaning and spotting delicate fabrics, beadings and trims. Our expertise in identifying the correct cleaning techniques for your gown sets Ferrari's apart from other cleaners.

Cleaning Process
Our cleaning process will be styled to suit your individual needs. Factors Involved Include:
What Kind Of Material Your Gown Is Made From
Delicate Beading, Flowers, Broaches And Trims
Wine Stains, Perspiration, Water Based Stains
Does Your Gown Require Any Wet Cleaning
Six Stage Process

Insepection
After inspecting your gown we will provide you with a detailed report outlining the cleaning process and conditon of the gown. We'll also outline any areas of risk or areas where we believe 100% stain removal is not possible. Only after we explain the process and the techniques required do we proceed with cleaning the gown.
Hand Pre Spotting

Where required, individual areas will be Hand Treated prior to cleaning to prevent material damage, discolouration or stains setting in.

Cleaning
All Gowns are then hand treated and hand dry-cleaned with methods tailored to each individual gowns characteristics. All cleaning is done with pristine, fresh solvent that's only used for cleaning wedding gowns. Where material allows, gowns will be hand wet-cleaned to prevent future ageing and oxidation of water based stains.
Post Cleaning Treatment

After cleaning all gowns are re-inspected and meticulously Hand Spotted. Time is no object as we hand treat each individual area of your gown.
Hand Pressing

All Gowns are then expertly hand pressed and ironed using custom equipment specifically designed for the low temperatures required when handling delicate materials and beading.
Final Inspection

After Pressing all gowns recieve a complete final inspection. If we are not completely satisfied any or all of the previous steps will be repeated until we're 100% sure the best possible results have been achieved

Cleaning Services
Wedding Gown Cleaning
Wedding Gown Restoration
Evening Wear
Religious Garments
Historical Garments

Opening Hours
Monday 7:30am - 5:30pm, Tuesday 7:30am - 5:30pm, Wednesday 7:30am - 5:30pm, Thursday 7:30am - 5:30pm, Friday 7:30am - 5:30pm, Saturday 7:30am - 3:00pm, Sunday - Closed
Contact Details Phone: 9553-6657, Address: 3/265 Wickham Road Moorabbin

http://www.weddinggown.com.au/Faq.html
post #29462 of 56055
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Is Cambodia still a holiday destination?

Only for plastic surgery
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Nothing special today....




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Suit: MJ Bale
Shirt: Cottonwork
Tie: Henry Carter Burgundu Grenadine 7 fold
PS: Henry Carter white Irish linen
Shoes: Meermin MTO
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Some nice wrist-porn Nabil, got a collection shot?

Good to see men repping hard at MBFW baldy[1].gif

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Originally Posted by jaypee View Post

Some nice wrist-porn Nabil, got a collection shot?

Good to see men repping hard at MBFW baldy[1].gif
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Sigh...

Still, at least it looks as though they are enjoying themselves!

I saw one photo of a male MBFW attendee in the newspaper yesterday, and he looked as though he was wearing a Glad garbage bag for a shirt.
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Been looking for Marcoliani socks in Argyle, Howard Yont has a limited range and believe his house brand is made by them, yes-no?

Found one site in NZ,, think ok oz dollar is good then checked price $59 WTF!

Aside from HY anyone know a good online source for them.
post #29467 of 56055
David Jones sells Marcoliani, which doesn't answer your question but you might fluke a pair in there.
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This one's for George T --

I'm buying a Fox Umbrella, the Hellenic special -- "GA2 Malacca Automatic" (check their website, that's what it's called)..
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

I'm buying a Fox Umbrella, the Hellenic special -- "GA2 Malacca Automatic"

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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post

David Jones sells Marcoliani, which doesn't answer your question but you might fluke a pair in there.

DJ's used to have a good selection but haven't for some time in Sydney and Canberra,limited range,over pticed.Only woth it when on sale.
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post

DJ's used to have a good selection but haven't for some time in Sydney and Canberra,limited range,over pticed.Only woth it when on sale.

Yes, limited range in Melbourne as well. Though I picked up a few nice pairs at $20 in the summer sale.
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post

Been looking for Marcoliani socks in Argyle, Howard Yont has a limited range and believe his house brand is made by them, yes-no?

Found one site in NZ,, think ok oz dollar is good then checked price $59 WTF!

Aside from HY anyone know a good online source for them.


HY used to have a larger range of Marcoliani-branded socks, but they're being replaced over time with the HY "house brand" socks.

As you say, I believe that they are, in fact, made by Marcoliani as they include quite a few of the same patterns. Someone in the HY thread suggested that they might be made by Bresciani or another Italian sockmaker but I still think that it's likely that the HY socks are by Marcoliani simply because he had an existing business relationship with them and because the HY sock patterns are, in some cases, identical to Marcoliani sock patterns.

Also, I've got a couple of pairs of the HY-brand socks as well as Marcoliani socks from DJs and from HY and they feel the same - the quality of the HY socks is good, in my experience.
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Suit: Herringbone
Shirt: Benjamin
Tie: Henry Carter Neckwear maroon dot
Shoes: Carmina Burgundy

 

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Suit: P Johnson

Tie: HC Maroon Dot

Shirt: Borrelli

PS: Henry Carter 'limited edition' Irish linen wink.gif

Shoes: Crockett and Jones

 

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HC Tie is one of my favourites smile.gif
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And I have the Australian Members HC tie on today. Looking forward to the Trunk Show next week.
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