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Some random histories of Neapolitan tailoring

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by voxsartoria, Jun 14, 2011.

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    That pince nez is straight-up pimp.
    I believe we had a member in SF who wore a monocle. That alone kept me from attending SF shoe circles.
     
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    Wonderful interview and insights. Thanks!


    SF member and blogger Dieworkwear will post a discussion with Gianluca Migliarotti, the director of O'Mast, tomorrow on Put this On. Check it out...it should be interesting.


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    Thank you sir!
     
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    THE NEAPOLITAN "SARTORIA" EXPERIENCE


    Wow. Just... Wow.
     
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    We like to say that a man who always dresses in blue is not a very elegant man. It's like a uniform - there's no choice involved in it, which means there's no elegance. You need something to challenge it a bit, or else what's the point?


    This explains why Mina and Dino gave me a hard time when I ordered a navy suit and a blue jacket from them.....

    Then to read "no elegance" [​IMG]
     
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    La Satoria Non Fa Moda: eleganza e stile made in Naples

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    I wish I spoke Italian...
     

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