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AriGold

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MTM The Armoury model 6 by Ring Jacket
380gsm Irish Linen by W.Bill

Welcome any thoughts / feedback.

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This may be the best looking 6x1 double breasted jacket I have ever seen. I am typically not a fan of the 6x1 style. No surprise it is a Cifonelli.

Same here, not a fan of the style, although have to admit that on the right guy it looks pretty good. The key being a well-proportioned, rather slim physique, in my opinion.
 

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It looks great, but Armani would be a bit more slouchy/drapy, no? Sometime like this:

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He states it's a copy of a vintage suit of his, made by Armani in the late 80s, but it's well possible that the fit was changed in order to get a more up-to-date silhouette.
 

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Evoking the 80s with a copy of a Giorgio Armani suit from the end of that decade, as the poster tells.

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It looks great, but Armani would be a bit more slouchy/drapy, no? Sometime like this:

armani-1.jpg


I definitely see the resemblance between the 2. Extended shoulders, lower gorge.

Nicer lapel roll than the armani. I think the tailor on that is Francesco guida. But I could be wrong.
 

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