On the Street in NYC....Bergdorf Mannequins

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  1. The Sartorialist

    The Sartorialist Well-Known Member

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  2. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    does Bergdorf pin their jackets or is that coat really *that* waisted?

    looks nice tho.
     


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    I'm certain that's pinned, which is quite annoying.
     


  4. The Sartorialist

    The Sartorialist Well-Known Member

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    sorry I'm a little sick today so forgive the "bergdorg"

    how can I fix that?
     


  5. aybojs

    aybojs Senior member

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    Who's the jacket by? I'm not usually into earth tones, but I really like that look.
     


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    Off topic, I know, but Chorse: is that a Graham Roumieu quotation in your sig? I saw his last exhibit in Toronto, and it was fantastic!
     


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    chorse123 Senior member

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    Indeed it is. Good eye! From In Me Own Words : The Autobiography of Bigfoot
     


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    Aaron Senior member

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    Indeed it is. Good eye! From In Me Own Words : The Autobiography of Bigfoot
    I thought that's what it was. Did you read the interview "Bigfoot" did in Toro a few months ago? One of the funnier things I've read in a while.

    A.
     


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    Indeed it is. Good eye! From In Me Own Words : The Autobiography of Bigfoot

    You think I want live in bushes? "Oooh wood so pretty" they say "Live Walden Pond." "Nuts and berry in abundance" Bigfoots ass abundance. Should no have moved from condo.
     


  10. A Harris

    A Harris Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Looks like one of their Boglioli coats to me. I think I have that very model in my closet, except for it is a heavy blue linen that looks sort of like denim.
     


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    Looks like one of their Boglioli coats to me. I think I have that very model in my closet, except for it is a heavy blue linen that looks sort of like denim.

    Speak of the devil; I'm actually considering buying a Boglioli suit at the moment. Can you give me a quick rundown on their quality and at what price one would be a good value?
     


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    That jacket only fits one without a rib cage!
     


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    Jovan Banned for Good

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    I hope it's not pinned. I'd seriously consider it if I had more disposable income... the colour is very awesome.
     


  14. A Harris

    A Harris Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Boglioli's aren't bad. Canvas front, almost as nice as say, a Cantarelli. I think the pick stitching is done with a machine and the buttonholes aren't as nice as some of the $1500 range suits. But they are still a good suit with a nice cut for the money. I'd estimate retail at $900-$1300 depending on fabric.
     


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    The jacket doesn't look like any of the Boglioli that I've seen. It looks a bit too finished, of course I could easily be mistaken.
     


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