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rnoldh

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Wow, you are right! The Vicuna overcoat looks like it's "to die for".

And the music on the website is nice too.

BTW: Anybody familiar with this maker? They seem something special.
 

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He was "the" master tailor at London House, Naples owned by Mariano Rubinacci I believe for nearly 30 years untill late 80s. I have a few garments
made by him.
 

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Very nice stuff. His shape is ever so slightly crisper than Rubinacci's. I prefer Rubinacci, but both are very nice.
 

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Originally Posted by iammatt
Very nice stuff. His shape is ever so slightly crisper than Rubinacci's. I prefer Rubinacci, but both are very nice.


Agreed.

I do prefer Rubinacci suits.
 

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Has anyone been recently and had something made?

Prices?
 

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Those suits look absolutely terrible. The tan one appears way too big, and the last one has a huge gap around the collar. Honestly, I find it hard to believe those are bespoke Panico suits.
 

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It's a spam site and nothing to do with Panico.
Those are machine made suits if I ever saw one!!!!
 

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Those suits look absolutely terrible. The tan one appears way too big, and the last one has a huge gap around the collar. Honestly, I find it hard to believe those are bespoke Panico suits.

House style, do not go to him if your taste is not that developed yet!
 

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