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post #6946 of 7220
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post


Number two on that list is an idiot, he claims getting edward green shoes in the same last but different leathers is considered "bespoke shoes"


He may be getting bespoke in that he had the last made custom (this is my sense of what bespoke is) and then he uses that custom last, with different leathers, for all his shoes.

 

On the other hand, I could have sworn I heard EG dropped their bespoke program?

post #6947 of 7220
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Originally Posted by Hadrius View Post



He may be getting bespoke in that he had the last made custom (this is my sense of what bespoke is) and then he uses that custom last, with different leathers, for all his shoes.

On the other hand, I could have sworn I heard EG dropped their bespoke program?

I never knew EG had a bespoke program.
post #6948 of 7220
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post


I never knew EG had a bespoke program.


They did.  Until G&G took it over and strike out on their own.

post #6949 of 7220
They don't to my knowledge.
post #6950 of 7220

This is pretty fly:

 

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Love the rich & saturated colours of everything. Perhaps a little gold or brown as a sparse/subtle accent on the tie might have been even better, but it's already very chilled.

post #6951 of 7220
I think that could be one of my favourite Sartorialist images. What a look!
post #6952 of 7220
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

They did.  Until G&G took it over and strike out on their own.

IIRC Tony started G&G after EG ended their bespoke program. A shame too, I loved the EG stamp on the heel.
post #6953 of 7220
I liked scarlet cardigan guy as well, but is it just me, or are his pants too tight? There seems to be some pulling going on at the top of the zipper area.
post #6954 of 7220
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

I think that could be one of my favourite Sartorialist images. What a look!


 

It's really chilled out, isn't it? Great vibe. I think I want every single item featured, but sadly suspect my skin tone may be a little too dark for the look. Looks smashing on his complexion though.

post #6955 of 7220
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

He's an absolute joke - not to mention a chauvinist bastard. Out of his wonderful Pitti context he'd be a laughing stock in most cities.
Battening down the hatches for the inevitable wank fest over this idiot at Pitti.
...Just waiting for a picture of J. Hackett to show these peacocks what the meaning of understated elegance is.

Any insider knowledge on this one?
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post #6957 of 7220
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Originally Posted by P-K-L View Post

Any insider knowledge on this one?

There was an interview with him somewhere...he comes across as a complete idiot.
post #6958 of 7220
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post


There was an interview with him somewhere...he comes across as a complete idiot.

 

I read it too and I agree. He doesn't look half as good as he thinks he does, and his attitude just makes it worse.

post #6959 of 7220

nice photo of a pretty (and undoubtedly freezing cold) girl:

 

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post #6960 of 7220
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

There was an interview with him somewhere...he comes across as a complete idiot.
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Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey View Post


I read it too and I agree. He doesn't look half as good as he thinks he does, and his attitude just makes it worse.

I watched an interview with him and he came across as a much cooler guy than in the written word. People I know who deal, or have delt with him ahev said mixed things about him. I don't know.
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