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Cavour - Cesare Attolini, Ring Jacket, Rota, Saint Crispin's, Edward Green - Official Affiliate

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When are you expecting the EG restock/fall order?
There is a restock on certain styles on the way.
And the FW20 selection wil be delivered a little sporadic with about one drop every month from now.
I was very late to place the order, so I was unable to have everything delivered at once.

We are expecting some Dovers and some Chelseas any minute now.
 

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Also @kevinsvindland, any chance you'd restock the Cotton Drill Trouser from last season ? I would pick up more colors in those if you get them this year. Has quickly become my favorite fall pant (its a chino really !).
We wont restock any styles from the spring summer season, but we will however get a whole bunch of new trousers for fall winter. Most of which seems to be in the customs now, to be delivered within a few days. Cotton, Crispaire, Cotton and Flannels. All in our new cut, which I belive most of you guys on here will appreciate.
 

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What's the rise on the (Cavour) suit trousers? That is, from the crotch seam and all the way up, on the front - in inches. I use normally 54 R or L in suits.

But if there's one thing I can not stand, it's too low rise - which is unfortunately one thing that keeps me from shopping a lot of modern suits. The low-rise + short jacket just does not work for me.

Is there any way to get a solid 12"-13" rise on trousers, or would that be MTM only?
 

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We wont restock any styles from the spring summer season, but we will however get a whole bunch of new trousers for fall winter. Most of which seems to be in the customs now, to be delivered within a few days. Cotton, Crispaire, Cotton and Flannels. All in our new cut, which I belive most of you guys on here will appreciate.
Can you please remind us the differences between the old cut and the new one?
 

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What's the rise on the (Cavour) suit trousers? That is, from the crotch seam and all the way up, on the front - in inches. I use normally 54 R or L in suits.

But if there's one thing I can not stand, it's too low rise - which is unfortunately one thing that keeps me from shopping a lot of modern suits. The low-rise + short jacket just does not work for me.

Is there any way to get a solid 12"-13" rise on trousers, or would that be MTM only?
Unfortuately Inches are a foreign language to me...
Another factor is that everyone seems to cut their trousers a little different, so measuring from the bottom where the seams meet, to tye top of the waistband makes little sense.

But I will be sure to post the details on the new model as it arrives, and hopefully we will be able to communicate it in a way that makes sense to most people.

We have plans to make some video stuff, where I will be in front of the camera explaining stuff from the new season. Really looking forward to to put myself on the chopping board! :)
 

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Can you please remind us the differences between the old cut and the new one?

Essentially the new fit will feature more space overall, and a significant reserve of fabric on every seam to make alterations.
I hope to make all this clear through our planned video introductions of every new style.

The new stuff will land shortly, and as soon as it does, Thomas and i will make some videos to try and illustrate the fit and features of each item.
 

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Essentially the new fit will feature more space overall, and a significant reserve of fabric on every seam to make alterations.
I hope to make all this clear through our planned video introductions of every new style.

The new stuff will land shortly, and as soon as it does, Thomas and i will make some videos to try and illustrate the fit and features of each item.
That's exciting!
 

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That's exciting!
It is beyond exciting, Colin, It is fucking boss.. the only downside is that I am the one to do the talking, despite my poor Canadian...
 

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We wont restock any styles from the spring summer season, but we will however get a whole bunch of new trousers for fall winter. Most of which seems to be in the customs now, to be delivered within a few days. Cotton, Crispaire, Cotton and Flannels. All in our new cut, which I belive most of you guys on here will appreciate.
Can you please remind us the differences between the old cut and the new one?
Essentially the new fit will feature more space overall, and a significant reserve of fabric on every seam to make alterations.
I hope to make all this clear through our planned video introductions of every new style.

The new stuff will land shortly, and as soon as it does, Thomas and i will make some videos to try and illustrate the fit and features of each item.
many thanks Kevins! Looking forward to new stuff
 

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We wont restock any styles from the spring summer season, but we will however get a whole bunch of new trousers for fall winter. Most of which seems to be in the customs now, to be delivered within a few days. Cotton, Crispaire, Cotton and Flannels. All in our new cut, which I belive most of you guys on here will appreciate.
Thanks. Looking forward to see what you guys have cooked up. One of these days, I will take pics of all the stuff I have bought from your shop and post here....
 

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We now have a few of our new jackets online. I’m going to be pretty bold and state that this is the best RTW available for the money. What do you guys think?

Our model, Håkon is 184 cm and weighs 78kg. (Presse do not keep his pandemic weight gain against him. He is a very sensitive guy.)

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We now have a few of our new jackets online. I’m going to be pretty bold and state that this is the best RTW available for the money. What do you guys think?

Our model, Håkon is 184 cm and weighs 78kg. (Presse do not keep his pandemic weight gain against him. He is a very sensitive guy.)

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Hi Kevin!

What about measurements for 48 and 50 sizes? I guess they differ from your previous RTW line
 

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