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NWOT Albert Arts DB Navy Chalk Stripe suit EU46 fully canvassed

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by designated, Nov 17, 2015.

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  1. designated

    designated Well-Known Member

    May 19, 2013
    Selling this beautiful double breasted navy chalk stripe suit in EU46 from Albert Arts. Purchased this new with tags from @SeamasterLux a while ago, but have never had a chance to wear it since. It is still new but have misplaced the tags somewhere.

    It features a full canvas construction, 6x2 button configuration, ticket pocket, flap pockets, surgeon cuffs.

    Pants include side tab adjusters, hem tape and have been cuffed for presentation

    The RRP on this was 1195€.

    Item located in Sydney, Australia. Asking SOLD


    • Shoulders: 17"
    • Width at armpit: 19.25"
    • Length Bottom of collar: 29"
    • Sleeve length: 24.25" (+0.75" to let out)

    • Waist: 15.75"
    • Knee width: 9.75"
    • Hem width: 7.5" (+1.5" possible since fabric remains inside)
    • Inseam: 30.25" (+4.5-5" remaining, currently made as a 2" cuff)
    • Front rise: 9.75"
    • Back rise: 15.75"

    For those unfamiliar, dirnelli gives a nice summary and is an advocate of them:


    Also labelled ‘Le Fils du Tailleur’, because it’s founder Albert Goldberg, who founded Façonnable and bought Old England, was the son of a tailor. Goldberg created AA after selling Façonnable, in order to recreate a high-end RTW brand with lots of tailoring details. That spirit is visible in every garment that AA sells, which always have these really nice details that you associate with bespoke and don’t usually find in RTW. The whole range is made in Italy, some model even made by Sartoria Partenopea."
    Last edited: Nov 21, 2015
  2. razl

    razl Senior member

    Aug 10, 2009
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