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Fabrics for sale, Cashmere Gunclub, Solaro, Loro Piana cashmere/silk, Donegal linen,

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by edmorel, Jul 3, 2016.

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  1. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    100% cashmere houndstooth gunclub. Various shades of brown with blue overcheck, 10/11oz, English mill, 60 inch width. $100/yd

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    The first one is a Kiton cashmere/linen/silk blend. It has a faint herringbone, dry finish, good for a spring/summer suit, sportcoat, etc. Its a greyish brown $90/yd

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    English Solaro, if you know what this is you don't need a description and if you don't know, probably best not to buy it. $90/yd

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    Loro Piana cashmere/silk (50/50), the basketweave finish is airy, finish is dryer than typical cashmere but still has a nice, soft hand, not super slubby, more like a matka silk. This would be good for a sportcoat, not pants. $100/yd

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    English brown plaid wool with blue overcheck made for Kiton (no Kiton on selvedge). This is absolutely beautiful and very luxe hand/finish. $90/yd

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    100% cotton made in England, soft finish, great drape. About 10oz. $60/yd

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    Irish grey "donegal" linen, 9/10oz $60/yd

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    Irish Linen, 10oz, chocolate brown "sharkskin". Perfect for a jacket, pants or a suit. Terrific color that is hard to photograph $60/yd.

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    Kiton inner mongolia cashmere and linen 10oz ( about 60/40 linen/cashmere) grey fabric with brown plaid. $95/yd. Terrific spring/summer/fall fabric for sportcoats or suits.

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    Made in Italy (zegna mill, no selvage) 9/10oz 100% cotton navy seersucker. The navy is the one on the left, the french blue on the right is not for sale. 59-60 inch width. $60/yd

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    VBC super 120's oatmeal flannel, soft, luxe finish, beautiful drape. VBC mills for a lot of big name, more expensive brands and their own branded stuff is very nice and more reasonably priced. 10oz $90/yd

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    Made in Italy (Columbo) navy hopsack, 10oz. Silky smooth, terrific drape, airy with a wonderul drape/feel. $60/yd.

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    The solaro is epic. Deciding how responsible I want to be...
     


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    The Kiton plaids are very nice, but I think I have enough POW
     


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    Great stuff as usual Ed. Looking forward to my new Kiton cashmere/linen/silk blend pants!!
     


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    more pics of the solaro? can not figure out the color.
     


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