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Pitti Uomo 89 Day 2

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by EFV, Jan 14, 2016.

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  1. Dandy Wonka

    Dandy Wonka Well-Known Member

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    Some very cool facial hair on display.
     
  2. LA Guy

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    If that is accurate, then I am probably the ultimate power player. At home in Moscow ID or at Pitti or at a Paris runway show, I am the same - leather jacket, scarf, beat up henley, jeans, a cool belt, and boots.
     
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    Everybody loves hatin' on Luca but I think this is a terrific ensemble. Next-level combo of tertiary colour blocks and textures.

    Also good to see he's dialled back the bracelets.
     
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  4. Pasteur

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    Thank you @EFV for the pics.

    I really do hate to see whole pics of myself especially with wide lens zoom. Just reminds me of my horizontal and vertical challenges. :) But it was a pleasure to meet you both!

    Erik, tell Erica my best regards. Sorry for not chatting with her today as we were taking final video-interviews and heading back home.

    Greetings from the land of ice and snow!
     
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    @TommyB Almost positive it's the SuitSupply Christopher Jacket from a couple season's ago. Also came in blue. I believe it showed up in the SS EU Outlet last year too.

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    I like the pants a lot. Though I would wear them higher.
     
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    Great work Sherlock. Amazing what SF members can do when it comes to these things.
     
  8. SartodiNapoli

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    I was wondering the same, looks as if someone copied the Liverano beautiful quarters like from a semi froc coat/levite mixing with a horrible 2014 trend.


    semi froc/ levite;

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    The result is an obvious crime quite similar to this guy´s one. He spends a fortune on badspoke but can´t get the proper sleeve lenght.

    Hilarious.

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    I didn't know Castro does Pitti.
     
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  10. Dandy Wonka

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    He goes with Toulouse-Lautrec.
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    "Badspoke" [​IMG]

    Open quarters are the new exposed ankles.
     
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    That jacket just seems to be too small in all dimensions.
     
  14. Coxsackie

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    Kind of yes, kind of no. It actually "fits", although you'd never be able to do up the top or bottom button.

    Sartodi hit the nail on the head - it was almost certainly made as a bespoke piece. Which is distressing.
     
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    Some very nice ensembles (of clothing and people) in this batch. Thanks again!
     
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    This is the mantra of the typical Pitti Uomo attendee. They rise in the morning, shower (hopefully), get dressed, look in the mirror and ask "is everything too small, tight, short, and mismatched?" If the answer is yes to all, they leave to have coffee and take photos of themselves.
     
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    This below is my absolute favoutite outfit and boots:

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    ComfortablyDumb said it already, it's sport coat from Eidos. The Lorenzo is the first cut from Eidos which is inspired by the Florentine tailoring, which if I understood it correctly is not available anymore for RTW, but only through MTM. We can now find the new cut called Ciro, which has a bit different shape for the lapels, belly and less open quarters. I do personally like the Ciro more, as Lorenzo's open quarters is a bit too much for me.

    Please @NickPollica correct me if I'm wrong here.
     
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    all this open quarters thing had to be balanced with the fat rounded delicious liverano lapels and shoulders in order to work otherwise it just looks like a ladies jacket
     
  20. SartodiNapoli

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    I also love it.

    Special mention to the handwork on;

    shirt buttonholes, are amazing as well as the mother of pearl buttons.

    The shirt wide spread collar is of my taste too.

    Due to the size of the pic, I can´t see if he is wearing a Neapolitan 12 or 7 fold tie but the double Four in hand Victoria knot is awesome. Great skills.

    The english pinze trouser has great fit as well.

    The linen tv folded pocket square would make Reagan to die of envy as well.

    But what I love most is the wink to Al Pacino´s Scarface movie using as lining what he had on the seats on the convertible Cadillac that the girl on charlie refuses to ride. I got tigers, you know.

    Is also on fashion this year that Blade Runner 2 is coming, the Deckard boots, great piece of bespoke too.

    Best post of 2015, ups edited, 2016.
     
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