Quote:I think this on all his pictures, but it's consider verboten because, you know, traveling to Florence and all, this must be the genuine article, endorsed by Monocle and Gene Krell and all. Miyahira's suits are stylistically unimpeachable and they seem to have excellent anatomical range of movement. However, he has a penchant for shearing away as much imperfection as possible and cutting a very close suit. Seen from the back, they look amazing, a portrait of geometric perfection. From the front and sides, less so. They tend to look pretty sharp on the tailor himself, though. (Isn't this always the case?) I would wager to say that the lapels are also too big for this man. The shoulder and body are cut very close, and the jacket is short in the (typically, or so we have been led to believe from a sample of 2-3 tailors) Florentine style. The pant hems are short and the leg is very close. In all, this creates a very compact look that does not enhance B's figure, even for all the sculptural detail and play of color in the world. One needs only to look at the detailed pictures that accompany each photoset to see the close shoulders and body on every jacket. I wouldn't normally interject my 2c to another shopper's decision to spend large sums of money to highlight his slight appearance, but I have the same build and this problem strikes a chord. More volume is needed everywhere.