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Facis collection?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by water, Apr 2, 2004.

  1. water

    water Senior member

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    I was reading some promotional material today which said the following: "Crafted by skilled tailors using the finest Ermenegildo Zegna Virgin Wool, this handsome suit made for the Italian Facis Collection is a perfect addition to any men's wardrobe." Has anyone ever heard of the "Facis Collection"? I have managed to find a web site with a very minimal amount of information (Facis). Any additional information would be appreciated (quality, etc.)
     
  2. water

    water Senior member

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    Anyone? Anybody heard of this line? Thoughts?
     
  3. regularjoe

    regularjoe Senior member

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    Try a search on the Forum.

    Gist is that while they use Zegna wool, the construction is prolly subpar.
     
  4. water

    water Senior member

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    I have discovered that the Facis line is manufactured by Gruppo GFT (who apparently also handles Armani, Vestimente, etc) in Italy.
     
  5. MikeF

    MikeF Senior member

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    I don't think Gruppo GFT has anything to do with Armani anymore (at least not Armani Collezioni), and am virtually certain it never had anything to do with Vestimenta.
     

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