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Gianluca Isaia Shirts

foto010101

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Hi there,

Can somebody tell me what the fit is of the Gianluca Isaia Shirts? I was not able to find the information somewhere else on this forum.

Please let me know,

Mike
 

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I have one and it has a very Tyrwhitt-like tent fit--quite surprising from a neopolitan brand. I think mine must have been made for the North American market. Finishing is fairly good. The buttonholes are hand done, but not the sleeves, and the fabric is a twill with a really nice feel. The buttons are so-so MOP. Overall, a step below, say, Truzzi (which I really like a lot). Nowhere near Borrelli.
 

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I have five Isaia shirts - all purchased from Saks - and the fit is very European-like (trim, no blousing). Great looking shirts, nice fabric, a little pricey, but some of the best shirts in my wardrobe, which also includes Borelli, Domenico Vacca, Eton, and Etro.
 

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Hmmm, so there are tent-like Isaia shirts and slim Isaia shirts. Some people say this may be because of the particular market Isaia is targeting on (America vs Europe).

Are there any other people who can give me their opinions?
 

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