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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by HRHAndrew, Feb 16, 2004.

  1. HRHAndrew

    HRHAndrew Senior Member

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    Hi all, I was scanning through ebay listings before, and saw this Barbera Label on the following ebay listing: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws....9949743 Is anyone familiar with this? Â I wonder if this is the label from the long rumored fused line.
     


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    Thracozaag Distinguished Member

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    Having never seen that label before, I think your conjecture is a strong possibility.
     


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    sartoriale Well-Known Member Affiliate Vendor

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    Yes it is... Barbera has been making "fused" suits for a couple of years with the green label, this is just a new label.
     


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    Never before I have I ever wished to have been wrong. It just gives me a sick feeling with Barbera and Isaia fused lines. With Brioni seeming to becoming increasingly "known" somehow I fear that they will be releasing fused suits any day now. I know it sounds crazy, but any crazier than Barbera?
     


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