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Eidos Napoli

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Offering two never worn, new with tags pieces for sale--both in wonderfully slubby silk/linen blends that are perfect for Spring weather:

First up is a Ragosta in an olive (with a bit of a brownish cast) silk/linen blend. Still has tag on arm, basting still on shoulders, etc. Perfect. Size 54, but fits me very well as a standard 42/52. Retailed well north of $1000; I'll let it go for $365 shipped.

Approximate measurements: 23.25" pit to pit, 20.25" shoulder, 31" length, 26.25" from shoulder seam to cuff.

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And then I also have a Shangtung slub silk/linen kurta striped shirt in size L. Retail was $295. Selling for $95 shipped.
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Catch-and-release. Eidos heavy tweed herringbone topcoat, size 40/50IT. Rear vent buttons w/hidden placket, belted half-back w/martingale, all of the lovely details from the Eidos outerwear line.

Generous chest fit, in contrast to some of the earlier Eidos topcoats. This one's definitely meant to fit over tailoring or chunky knitwear.

Here's a quick pic but I can take better ones if there's interest.

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$400 shipped CONUS.
 

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Took a few years but I finally tracked down a khaki Atlas work shirt. Worth the wait, might be my favorite Eidos shirt ever. View attachment 1599667
Definitely one of the best. Japanese Crammerton cloth. Perfect collar. Was supposed to be made in LA by the same factory that ran all the save khaki stuff but Isaia didn't like that idea. Very jealous.
 

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Catch and release on two Ragosta's from Ebay - unfortunately, they just dont work well with my body shape :(
Letting each go for what I paid

1) Cashmere Mix Navy Sapphire Ragosta Size 50 - 384 shipped

P2P: 21
Shoulder: 19
Sleeve: 24
Length:29



2) Green Linen Silk Mix Ragosta Size 52 - 400 shipped

P2P: 22
Shoulder: 19.5
Sleeve: 27
Length: 31



Still Available - Listed on Grailed, but would rather sell through SF
 

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Just FYI, NCSlab has some nice looking crewnecks in the 60/40 cashmere/silk that I’m assuming is either the same or very similar to the infamous Eidos tee from 2018. They are running a 30% off for Mother’s Day which helps offset the painful shipping charges.
 

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Depending on your size I may have you since I’m about 35 lbs heavier now than I am in these photos...🤣🤣🤣 PM me.
Bought some pants from the man himself last year, some of which ended up being too large, so I'm trying to find a buyer.

Eidos Nonno: Stone Slub Twill — 34
75% cotton
25% linen

Waist: 17.5 in
Inseam: 30.5 in
Hem: 8.5 in
Front rise: 13.5 in
Back rise: 15 in

Eidos Nonno: Chocolate Baby Cord — 32
100% cotton

Waist: 34 in
Inseam: 31 in
Front rise: 12 in
Back rise: 15.5 in
Hem: 8 in

Eidos Nonno: Surplus chino HSW (Black) — 34
90% cotton
10% linen

Waist: 17 in
Inseam: 29.5 in
Hem: 7.5 in
Front rise: 11 in
Back rise: 16 in

The pants are prototypes, NOT the retail version. Antonio said multiple times prototypes were always better than what ended up in retail, so that should be a plus. They were worn (by Antonio) and still in good condition. The stone slub nonno has a broken button, but it was broken by Antonio so it's all patina, right??

DM me if interested! $15 shipping CONUS. Small discount if you buy all.
 
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