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Eidos Napoli

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A bit of a time sensitive listing, as I do already have a good offer through eBay and will accept later tonight if no one wants it here. I'm letting go of my quite uncommon linen/cotton Stillwater cardigan. Size is M but fits M/L. I'm an XL, unfortunately, so while it does still fit me, the fit isn't quite as relaxed as would be optimal for a style like this.

Excellent, barely worn condition. If you can match the $250 plus costs, then it's yours.

In Antonio's own words (cited from this thread): "The “Stillwater” shawl cardigan was an amazing style that we offered in both navy and black cotton but I can’t remember if it made the cut as turned out very expensive. Definitely the nicest cardigan ever offered though. There were a ton of very cool sportswear pieces that’s probably would have been picked up if I hadn’t left and if the prices weren’t raised an average of 30%."

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Brand new with tags yellow Eidos Lupo short sleeve polo size L for sale. This is one of the OG, brown tag, made in Italy version, slim fit TTS. Great for the spring and summer. Asking $65 shipped in the U.S. PM if interested.
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Just checking here if anyone needs this odd duck of a shirt before I iron it and post it on ebay. The only example of an Eidos "western shirt" I can find online does ... not look like this. Tagged 15 1/2-39.

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Now that Eidos is defunct, what brands are people relying on to fill that void?
 

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Which version of Eidos did you like? The early Antonio era, the more casual pieces that came later, or the stuff that came after Antonio left?
 

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Spier &
Now that Eidos is defunct, what brands are people relying on to fill that void?
spier and mackay makes a jacket that looks an awful lot like the Ciro. That’s who I recommended to my brother when he was asking where to get tailoring made that checks that bucket. Drakes should have you covered for things that feel like what we were doing at the beginning of the brand. Salvatore Piccolo also hits on a lot of what we were making all the way through. Doppiaa was also a good call out.
 

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Which version of Eidos did you like? The early Antonio era, the more casual pieces that came later, or the stuff that came after Antonio left?
I've been writing about tailored brands that are in a similar price range (some lower); originally I explicitly wrote about them as substitutes for Eidos tailored, now it's more just about them being good brands. None are quite as good in certain ways as when Eidos was good (which was unpredictable season to season of course)—nobody out there with the eye for fabric Antonio has. See here for the articles.
 

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i'm still a fan of Barena for some of the casual things. It's a bit more "fashion" and less "easy to wear", but the vibe I get is pretty similar to Eidos slightly tailored sportswear imo.

I never liked S&M's neo cut. It's clearly Ciro inspired, but the pattern is cut quite differently, especially on the inside-V of the lapels.
I did enjoy Mossrocks' writeups a lot, I think there's a lot of good recommendations there!
 

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