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Eidos Napoli

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by hrv123, Aug 14, 2013.

  1. rnguy001

    rnguy001 Well-Known Member

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    @NickPollica, @CHRK33 - completely agree.. I already have too much navy outerwear .. But a nice medium grey/charcoal Matera would be outstanding :D
     
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  2. CHRK33

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    Olive or chestnut brown would also be really nice. :D
     
  3. ino68

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    This this this!

    I don't think the Matera overlaps too much with the Ragosta...so I'm looking forward to next fall!
     
  4. razl

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    fukt.
     
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  5. NickPollica

    NickPollica Well-Known Member

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    For those interested, GQstyle.com just posed a piece about our AW collection. The full lookbook:

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  6. mossrockss

    mossrockss Well-Known Member

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    Awesome that Isaia is investing in you so much and asked for you to design such a large collection. Congratulations!@NickPollica
     
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  7. Viral

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    ^^^ is that a shearling bomber? If so, more deets please!
     
  8. NickPollica

    NickPollica Well-Known Member

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    We did two this season. The first is a black pebbled leather with natural shearling flight jacket. The second is part of our collaboration with Vanson and is a rough out suede and American sheepskin Grizzly jacket. More details later.
     
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  9. AJL

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    @NickPollica
    Antonio, can you speak to the length, or approx. range of length of the F/W overcoats over at NoMan (or any other measurements pertaining to size 50). I tried over there but got no traction. I can appreciate that you're a busy man, so whenever you have a free moment, and if the info is easily available I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks
     
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    Doesn't NMWA have measurements posted, including length? I believe all the coats they currently have are meant to hit at the knee or slightly above. Not as long as many vintage coats (which can be mid-calf) but not as cropped as, say, SuitSupply
     
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    The design and quality of the casual button downs and westerns gets better and better every year. I copped all the linen and indigo work shirts the last couple years but that neutral western shirt and the yellow and band collar flannels (and the indigo work shirt already on Marcus' site) are just perfect.
     
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    Did you look at the measurements posted on the product page?
     
  13. AJL

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    Yes. Perhaps I wasn't clear enough; I'm talking about the pre-order overcoats, for which I didn't see any measurements listed. I also don't see any equivalent in what is currently listed on NoMan--Balmaccan, Ulster and great coat-- plus I believe Anthony mentioned fine-tuning fits on many pieces going forward.
     
  14. NickPollica

    NickPollica Well-Known Member

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    This is a size 50 in the updated Palermo, the model is roughly 6'3"

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  15. AJL

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    Thanks. At 5' 7" I guess it's going to fall a good bit lower (pity there's no 5' 7" models).
     
  16. Asian Afro

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    Not necessarily. I'm the same height as you and the old Palermo in 48 hits my knees.
     
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  17. AJL

    AJL Well-Known Member

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    I don't follow you. I'm saying based on the photo I'm seeing of the 6'3" model, the coat's going to fall quite a bit lower on me, at 5'7", which is of course stating the obvious. What are you saying?

    From pics I've seen of the older model, the new one does appear to be noticeably shorter, regardless.
     
  18. Asian Afro

    Asian Afro Well-Known Member

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    Sorry, I was just saying that the coat wouldn't necessarily be too long on you, even though it falls lower. (It might just reach the bottom of your knees.) I misunderstood your comment on its length.
     
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    I'm 5'7" as well all of the overcoat I ever tried in Bloomingdales were just a bit too long (46 EU regular)
     
  20. NickPollica

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    We didnt touch the length on the Palermo - its the same as before.
     

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