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Another italian/dutch design

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by T4phage, Mar 17, 2004.

  1. T4phage

    T4phage Senior member

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    Here is another website from an Italian manufacturer backed by Dutch investors: Gerano Somewhat fashion forward, but they do MTM for men and women.
     
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    I like it...although I must say that I have a weakness for Dutch design. What do you know about the quality of the clothes? Where would they fit in on the RTW ladder?
     
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    Originally posted by Friendlyone:
    I have yet to see the clothes because it is a realtively new brand to the store. What they did tell me though was that the MTM would be about Euro 800 to 900. The store was sending some staff to Italy to learn how to take measurements.

    As for how they would fit on the price ladder, I believe they would be competing against Corneliani, Belvest, R. Caruso. My own preference would be the last two.

    If you like Dutch designs, Victor and Rolf are now entering the menswear arena. I have yet to see their designs in person. A bit off the wall, but they do have some shoes made for them by Lattanzi.
     

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