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Recent non-Sartorialist Looks

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by aj_del, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. CaymanS

    CaymanS Senior member

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    Iced out bowtie, South Pole status.

    Crustaceans on the lapel piece.

    Damien Hirst throwin' butterflies on the dinner jacket.

    Big boned tatted white girl like Ice-T.

    Leavin' haters in the Special Victims Unit.

    Yall go Ham.

    I go Hamish.
     
  2. mmkn

    mmkn Senior member

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    And he, goes "Himish" . . .

    - M
     
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    TRU. Sometimes I fuck around and go Himesh...it's whatever.

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    this suits him.
     
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    Come on Patrick...
     
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    Matteo Marzotto stays on point like Steve Nash. I'm open to thoughtful criticisms but until I hear something that actually qualifies as thoughtful, this guy, in my opinion, simply nails it.
     
  7. lasbar

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    He was always very elegant...

    He is very conservative in his choices but elegant people always are..

    He is the anti Lapo or Luca..
     
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    If I may... The double breast is a complex equation between lapel, breast pocket, shoulder, breast buttons, waist height... It's like designing a ship for the Amerca Cup: you have to deal with so many variable parameters. I find it more tricky than a single breast, because crossing has an accelerating impact on these parameters. By definition, You want a double breast to cross which has an impact on distance between buttons and waist height. The more you cross it, the more it covers the shirt which may look cramped, and the more the point drops or the farther it point. There can be many different answers to that equation, some I like better. In this case, I like that generous lapel, but that parameter has caused the collar to rise, and with that high collar, the shoulder seams to drop. I don't like the connexion between sleeve and body. I'd have the sleeve more in, coinciding with the connexion between arm and torso, but then, the lapel needs to be redesigned...
     
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    And I agree with lasbar, elegance is conservative, reserved.
     
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    +1.

    It's almost worthless posting pictures of him in this thread.
     
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    Yeah i didn't know the way to articulate this but that's what i'm seeing. Would slightly more concave shoulders fix this? (obviously not pagoda but something with a touch of rope)
     
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    His shoulders slope more than usual and his tailoring reflects that.

    The resulting sartorial envelope is so well proportioned (to me) that the figure defect ends up looking like a style goal.

    I think he has the best fits of any frequently-pictured man on the interwebz, and his conservative taste is faultless.

    Oh, to be the garmento scion of an Italian textile dynasty!
     
  13. patrickBOOTH

    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Are you a williamsburg guy? 11211
     
  14. mack11211

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    It remains my zip code, yes.
     
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    He needs a haircut...not big on the Italia Fro. That's about all the criticism I can give.
     
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    He is Italian and they love their blow dry..
     
  18. mack11211

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    Howdy!

    If there is something you are looking for, send a PM; much stock is not yet listed.

    Back on topic Marzotto:

    The Italia Fro has been his haircut for years; like the rest of his look, it doesn't seem to change.

    It's not too large or small, just correctly in proportion to every other part of the look.
     
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  19. patrickBOOTH

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    Stock of what? Get you get me bulk quinoa?
     
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    I like his style, it's very similar to mine. I, however, prefer my working sleeve buttons to be fastened, all of them.
     
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