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NEW TAILOR BESPOKE NAPLES

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Gianni Cerutti, Oct 9, 2013.

  1. Camilo

    Camilo Well-Known Member

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    Any chance you can post a full-frontal picture of that jacket?
     
  2. Gianni Cerutti

    Gianni Cerutti Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for your kind comment, really. The width of the lapels you decide. I like a little baggy. However, I agree with you that the clothes are really great bespoke Pirozzi. Then he also has many vintage fabrics that are unique. The last time I saw a coat that will be cut by 1 kg per meter. And that fabric will have 70-80 years.
     
  3. Gianni Cerutti

    Gianni Cerutti Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for your kind comment. Now I check if I have any pictures of the entire jacket. If I've got a post.
     
  4. Gianni Cerutti

    Gianni Cerutti Well-Known Member

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    Very nice that jacket. But above all it is already perfect the first try. Pirozzi for me on this is unbeatable! I wish I had that physique of your friend in the picture while I'm a little bit wrong =)
     
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  6. Gianni Cerutti

    Gianni Cerutti Well-Known Member

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    My bespoke by Mimmo Pirozzi....They are slightly wrong =)
     
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    lysandar Well-Known Member

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    From the mirrors, it's basically Gianni, MrSuit, and a third person, all in the store at the same time.

    Fits are good nonetheless.
     
  8. MrSuit

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    Here are the Pirozzi tailors hard at work making beautiful jackets. !!!![​IMG]
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  9. MrSuit

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    Here is some of the vintage fabrics Pirozzi has..........simply beautiful vintage fabrics !!!!



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  10. jedwards

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    Great thread!

    Really nice fabric, I like those slubby vintage silk fabrics.

    I am visiting Italy in the next few months, does Pirozzi also make the more "classic" Neopolitan cuts with patch pockets?

    I would like to visit Naples and a tailor there for the first time, but have read some tailors are not so great at understanding people like me who speak zero Italian!

    Seems to be a bit of a dark art to understanding how to find a Neopolitan tailor without a hook-up. :)
     
  11. MrSuit

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    Crash course italian with an iphone app?
     
  12. Camilo

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    @jedwards Is AmericanGent still in Naples? If you're interested in finding a tailor you can communicate well with, he might be a good guy to ask.
     
  13. Gianni Cerutti

    Gianni Cerutti Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the compliments.

    Pirozzi may do any shoulder, sleeve cuffs and jacket. What makes you ask.

    For English, there are no problems. When you go from Pirozzi he will find a guy who speaks English.

    When you decide to go send me a private message and I'll organize the appointment. So for me it is just a pleasure.
     
  14. jedwards

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    Thanks Camilo

    I will maybe PM him nearer the time of my Italy trip.

    Actually I have a few Italian friends (not based in Naples sadly) so I might get them to write down some of my aims in Italian. Want a vintage Italian tweed and a classic 'neopolitan' jacket, just not sure what's the "best" option for a tailor though as I do not have rubinacci budget, but I believe there are always tailors in any city who are just as good but do not have the same "brand" name or amazing store and are a lot cheaper.

    Or any other SF Naples bespoke tailoring gurus, hit me up we'll go for a Cafe Americano and biscotti and tell me the best tailors in your town!! :slayer:
     
  15. MrSuit

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    Is that you (@Gianni Cerutti) hiding behind the giant



    No, its my trousermaker Luca. He also has brown hair and wears glasses. You know all Italians look alike. Brown hair etc. He indeed looks like Gianni. :D
     
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    you no longer get your pents made by Salvatore?
     
  17. mactire

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    Does anyone go near Ambrosi any more?
     
  18. C&A

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    Sure.
     
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    This is a less bold Pirozzi suit for Mr Daniele Savarè.
    Pirozzi make also very clean suits for more quiets, classics, customers.[​IMG]

    Here,a Pirozzi sport coat,with lean lapels for Mr Savarè.

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    Pirozzi 60s style suit:

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    Here a double breasted in Solaro:

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  20. jedwards

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    the top 3 look a little more English in style.... 1960s...

    Any pictures of Pirozzi jackets in the more expected "Neopolitan" style?

    Thanks
     

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