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Ecclesiastical tailoring

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Chilli padi, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. Chilli padi

    Chilli padi Active Member

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    You might enjoy this article on the BBC website. Some interesting photos too: Pope's tailor
     
  2. Panzeraxe

    Panzeraxe Senior member

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    I'm sure they make great stuff for the Pope but the suit that Lorenzo Gammarelli is wearing has a mediocre fit - he should take a trip up to Caraceni and get himself appropriately fitted. Panzer
     
  3. Concordia

    Concordia Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    You want to find the best barber in town, don't look for the guy with the best haircut.
     
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    lisapop Senior member

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    Cool hat collection, though.
    Grayson
     
  5. RJman

    RJman Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Useless sartorial trivia:

    While Gammarelli handles the Papists in Rome, Adeney & Boutroy handled the ecclesiastical C of E business in the UK. However, as of 1988 it was down to one fellow, Ron Pescod (according to Richard Walker's book). John N Kent apparently spent some of his early career there.
     
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