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post #7021 of 7208
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

Do you know karate?

I do, actually. I don't really want that jacket though. Karate man bleed on the inside.
post #7022 of 7208
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Originally Posted by A.J.V View Post

525

I like the nautilus.
post #7023 of 7208
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Originally Posted by Prada_Ferragamo View Post

I agree that he takes things a bit extreme, but that spread and tie knot are just too much.

+1


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On the Street….Unisex Inspiration, New York


Is this NY Ranger?
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First thing I thought was that it was an aquascutum coat turned inside out laugh.gif
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Thread Starter 
This looks great. From the file name, it's Attolini .

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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post

This looks great. From the file name, it's Attolini .
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What's underneath the suit coat?
post #7028 of 7208
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post

What's underneath the suit coat?

Well it is Italy, it is most likely a scarf.
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post #7030 of 7208
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post

What's underneath the suit coat?

A Baller.
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Originally Posted by P-K-L View Post

I like the nautilus.

Anyone care to take an educated guess what Lino nets per annum? I have no clue..
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Originally Posted by hrb View Post

Anyone care to take an educated guess what Lino nets per annum? I have no clue..

As far as I know he just runs that clothing store in Milan? Seems unlikely he could make much of RTW and MTM clothing, but perhaps he's getting some advertising $ with his image. Scott (the sartorialist) is paid around $600,000 a year by american apparel just to advertise on his site, according to an article I saw.
post #7033 of 7208
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Originally Posted by Poindexter View Post

A Baller.

Hahahaha I nearly choked laughing.
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post


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

I wonder if you had a last made for you when EG did bespoke whether G&G was allowed to take the last with them.

You often pay extra on the first bespoke order to cover the cost of the last. I wonder if that means the customer really "owns" the last.

Anyone have any experience with this question?
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