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Favourite clothing brand?

likeitaloud

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So whats your personal favorite?

1) Casual wear that you wear quite a bit in relaxed setting and really like?
2) Formal wear which you really appreciate and like the best?

 

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Hello,

I am trying to find the name of a brand of a T-shirt and raincoat I saw one month ago and I´m not able... It's for a present. Maybe that you know so much about clothing, I would appreciate your help. It was a pattern made with chickens (drawn as childish drawings, not photos). One chicken was normal and the next was upside down and this pattern was repeated in each line. I guess it is an specific brand because I saw someone with a raincoat with the same pattern. But I cannot find which brand it is!

Thanks in advance!!
 

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(1) Cucinelli
(2) Paul Stuart
 

likeitaloud

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Originally Posted by lovelyrita
Hello,

I am trying to find the name of a brand of a T-shirt and raincoat I saw one month ago and I´m not able... It's for a present. Maybe that you know so much about clothing, I would appreciate your help. It was a pattern made with chickens (drawn as childish drawings, not photos). One chicken was normal and the next was upside down and this pattern was repeated in each line. I guess it is an specific brand because I saw someone with a raincoat with the same pattern. But I cannot find which brand it is!

Thanks in advance!!


Sounds like Kiton, what else?
 

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Originally Posted by likeitaloud
Sounds like Kiton, what else?
Brioni is also possible. They are famous for chicken.
 

Gus

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My favorite used to be Luciano Barbera. But, I can't find much of it any more. That may be because the cut and fit was not keeping up with trends. That was a real shame because the fabrics, quality and overall styling were elegant and comfortable.

Cucinelli is currently my favorite for sweaters and pants. Their shirts just don't fit me at all. I like some of their jackets a lot, but they could be better.
 

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1) Raf Simons
2) Jil Sander
 

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ditto to this.

Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC
1) Raf Simons
2) Jil Sander
 

MetroStyles

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2) Ralph Lauren
2b) Paul Stuart (but can't afford it)
 

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Surprisingly, due to a High School student's budget, I very much enjoy Ralph Lauren and Merona, for basically everything (And anything from a budget/2nd-hand store).

Both brands aren't overly expensive, and easy to find, yet hold up quite well for their price.
 

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