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gomestar

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Originally Posted by jyook
Out of those two, it shouldn't be... Only one of them is Italian...

haha, I believe the proper internet term for this is "pwned"
 

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I like Dolce and Gabbana for their suiting and the slim fit shirt (the only RTW shirt that I do not need to alter at all)

Prada suit is nice as well (I like Belvest's construction) but I have not yet owned one. Price is a bit over rated ...maybe when they are on sale I'll get one.
 

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Interesting enough I tend to dress with Italian flair using English and french labels
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If I had to choose I would easily go with Etro. Bottega Veneta in second. Gucci can slip into third.
 

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Originally Posted by que_sera_sera1102
Dolce & Gabbana often designs the clothes that have too many colours. Wearing them will make us become childlike. I don't like them. If we compare Dolce & Gabbana with Giorgio Armani, we can easily realize that Giorgio Armani is much better, not only in designs, but also in colours.

Really? I would have thought that Dolce and Gabbana (not to be mistaken with the D&G linne) is rather conservative in their colors. Just have a look on their suiting. I like thme for that particular reason, quite conservative. I have to say some of their other clothings pieces are quite striking but they have some nice suits and pants.
 

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For me, it's got to be Giorgio Cavalli collection, top notch suits available at your nearest TJ Maxx.
 

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Originally Posted by sho'nuff
i really like dolce and gabbana. i like their cuts and some of their quirky designs work on me.

yeah i have to admit that some of their design can be quirky....but like you said...a piece would sometimes work...Browse their newest collection online and I really2 like their suits and their classic pieces
 

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Originally Posted by jyook
Out of those two, it shouldn't be... Only one of them is Italian...

hahaha not only that, but Varvatos is a Greek sounding name not Italian. This thread stinks
 

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John Varvatos

I don't know whether Ermenegildo Zegna qualifies, but I like the style and cut of that house the best.
 

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