Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Sander, Jul 15, 2014.
That would be the work of Kotaro Miyahira of Sartoria Corcos in Florence. A great tailor!
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.
^ Coming along nicely!
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)
2. Various projects from Sartoria Corcos (Kotaro Miyahira):
Double breasted mid grey suit
Glencheck three piece suit
Wool/Cashmere double breasted coat
Damn, that is quite an impressive haul...
Bntailor sports coat in Drapers silk and linen cloth and Steady State shirts all by TheFineryCompany, expecting this to be finish anytime now.
embrace the dandy people!
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.
WeakMonday, that is great! We need more colour on SF and the streets! Is the cloth colour papal purple, berry or something else?
thanks! its a little little less black than a cherry... is about how i would describe it
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.
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.
Yes, this is common practice on 3R2 jackets.
Your suit looks nice. Your tailor has done nice work for you.
Why is the ticket pocket so high up compared to hip pocket? Am I missing something here?
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