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My visit to Caccioppoli Napoli

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by unbelragazzo, Jul 17, 2013.

  1. bleu

    bleu Well-Known Member

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    Here is some pictures from my visit at Caccioppoli Napoli. Very nice shop and friendly welcome :)

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    Bought the green and brown donegal for autumn/winter and grey windowpane in wool/linen/silk for spring/summer.
     
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  2. badsha

    badsha Senior member

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    What was the price for the green Donegal?
     
  3. chobochobo

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    It's a great colour, though I'm not a fan of those sleeve heads.
     
  4. WillingToLearn

    WillingToLearn Senior member

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    I purchased 5M of the green Donegal for just over $400 US delivered to me in US. Will beaded into 3 piece this fall.
     
  5. Tenzing

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    I was at the local tailorservice this weekend and looked through some swatches. The swatchbook had the name "golden" written on it, and the owner of the shop said that it was a distributor that carried everything from Loro Piana to Dormeuil.

    There were some nice wool/silk blends form LP that looked interesting.

    But the fabric swatches only had a label with reference number, weight and blend. How do I know where these fabrics come from?
     
  6. venividivicibj

    venividivicibj Senior member

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    Who is their US distributor?
     
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    Edit: oh you already answered sorry
     
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