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Ongoing Bespoke Projects

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Sander, Jul 15, 2014.

  1. Dannefalk

    Dannefalk Well-Known Member

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    That would be the work of Kotaro Miyahira of Sartoria Corcos in Florence. A great tailor! [​IMG]
     
  2. UrbanComposition

    UrbanComposition Senior member

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    Almost done with my first pair of bespoke trousers from Tailors Keep. Will bring them in next week so they can lower the front rise and clean them up a bit. [​IMG]
     
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  3. Mr. Six

    Mr. Six Senior member

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    ^ Coming along nicely!
     
  4. GabrielOB

    GabrielOB Well-Known Member

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    Some pictures from the latest fittings during Pitti Uomo 89 in Florence the past week (thanks to @Dannefalk and @gusvs ):
    1. Liverano&Liverano - Navy three piece worsted wool (first fitting)
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    2. Various projects from Sartoria Corcos (Kotaro Miyahira):
    [​IMG] Double breasted mid grey suit
    [​IMG] Glencheck three piece suit

    [​IMG] Wool/Cashmere double breasted coat
     
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  5. Newcomer

    Newcomer Senior member

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    Damn, that is quite an impressive haul...
     
  6. tchoy

    tchoy Senior member

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    Bntailor sports coat in Drapers silk and linen cloth and Steady State shirts all by TheFineryCompany, expecting this to be finish anytime now.


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  7. WeakMonday

    WeakMonday Senior member

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  8. lordsuperb

    lordsuperb Senior member

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    embrace the dandy people!
     
  9. S K M

    S K M Senior member

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    Not ongoing anymore, but just picked up this suit in the LL Piuma RAF blue PoW. Sorry for the crappy photo quality, but I can assure you that it is as comfortable as a sweatsuit.

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  10. VRaivio

    VRaivio Senior member

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    WeakMonday, that is great! We need more colour on SF and the streets! Is the cloth colour papal purple, berry or something else?
     
  11. WeakMonday

    WeakMonday Senior member

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    thanks! its a little little less black than a cherry... is about how i would describe it
     
  12. ericgereghty

    ericgereghty Senior member

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    That's awesome. Is the buttoning point extremely low, or is it just the angle?

    Not a bad thing, to be sure l. I love a lowered button stance.
     
  13. S K M

    S K M Senior member

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    Thanks! It's the angle, and I definitely see what you mean. In real life, though, the buttoning point is slightly above my belly button. It is made as a 3 roll 2, and interestingly the top buttonhole is finished on the inside, whereas the two bottom ones are (of course) finished on the outside. I don't know if this is common practice for 3R2, but I think it's funny nevertheless.
     
  14. _AMD

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    Yes, this is common practice on 3R2 jackets.

    Your suit looks nice. Your tailor has done nice work for you.
     
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  15. gs77

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    Why is the ticket pocket so high up compared to hip pocket? Am I missing something here?
     
  16. S K M

    S K M Senior member

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    Dunno, I think the angle plays a role but I get your point. Not really something that bothers me, but for my next commission I should probably take into account that ticket pockets are not very Italian anyway...
     
  17. PSNY

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    Amazing, Dalcuore has some beautiful lapels. Is this the house style? It is slightly reminiscent of Liverano
     
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  18. PSNY

    PSNY Senior member

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    Who is the maker? Looks like a lovely lapel line and belly!
     
  19. PSNY

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    +1
     
  20. WeakMonday

    WeakMonday Senior member

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    Thanks! Teacher Mimmo Pirozzi made it for me.
     
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