Eidos Napoli

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  1. NickPollica

    NickPollica Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Its a Julian Schnabel reference but, like much of his work, I ended up dissapointed as well. One of my favorite suits in the collection though.
     
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    Is this stuff ever offered in size 44? Sweaters, outerwear?
     
  3. ComfortablyDumb

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    Yes, I'm a 44/54R and I have a bunch of Eidos jackets, polos (XL), and a sweater (XL)
     
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    venividivicibj Senior member

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    I think he means 34/44
     
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    whoops, you're probably right
     
  6. Monkeyface

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    Awesome collection, Antonio. Really like the more relaxed tailored looks. Not many brands (if any) do it as well as you do.

    Are you getting any closer to having a store in Europe with a decent collection, in particular the more casual pieces?
     
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    Yes, killer collection and styling. I really love the casual tailoring. This has made me rethink some summer outfits for sure and look really forward to next summer with a few of those pieces. Well done Antonio!!
     
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    I meant EU44. US 34.
    Thanks
     
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    Really like the cut and hem of this shirt. Is this the terrycloth? The collars look thick, very unique.
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  10. NickPollica

    NickPollica Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    The first, second and fourth image are all the same trouser. Its called the "Nonno" and it is based on an old workwear trouser that belonged to my grandfather. Super high rise, full leg, applied suspender buttons and patch back pockets. The third pant is our new drawstring beach pant Which is a little slimmer but still easy through the leg with a more mid rise. The last pant is the NMWA trouser which is the pant we developed exclusively for Greg - its an updated version of our basic suit trouser with a natural waist and a slim straight silhouette. Regarding pleats, I actually designed a brand new pleated trouser model that my factory refused to make for me as they said it required too many steps for an industrialized process. I'm pushing to have it in the collection for next season. Finally - that shirt is our take on a pajama shirt that you could actually wear outside the house. Its cut from Italian dress chambray with a sand houndstooth linen piping. One of my favorite pieces of the season.
     
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    Great presentation. Everything looks great.
     
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    Great looking new collection. Can't wait to get my hands on it next year.

    I have a general question however. How would you describe the shoulder of your sport coats/ suits if you have to give it a name other than natural shoulder? I know I've heard before that they are not Spalla Camicia, so would you just therefore classify them as maybe Spalla Morbida Cadente (which essentially I hear is just a traditional soft shoulder)?
     
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    These two sweaters will be mine. Absolutely perfect.
     

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