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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by A Harris, Feb 4, 2005.

  1. A Harris

    A Harris Distinguished Member Dubiously Honored

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    Just listed them, if they aren't showing now they will be soon.
     


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    I take it that Bennett did that nice blue DB blazer.

    Whose work was the "savilesoft" sport coat?
     


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    The first A&S is interesting. It's double breasted, but very subtly so. It does not have the wraparound look that I'm used to seeing on the garden variety db suit. This is a db jacked that I could see myself in.

    Thank's for the photos.

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    A&S is famous for that small wrap. It slims the silhouette, and also sharpens the angle of the peaked lapels. At A&S they call those lapels "nosepickers."
     


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    [​IMG] Thanks, it's a great cut. B
     


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    A Harris Distinguished Member Dubiously Honored

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    The original post has been edited to add pics of three Bruce Cameron Clark garments.
     


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    After I saw the pictures in this thread... this answered my doubts....

    I was not so happy with the "imperfections" on my Peruvian bespoke....

    But I have seen most of them in those pics...

    I assume now that the imperfections are the mark of the bespoke... as it is made by hand not machines....
     


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    Wow.
     


  10. A Harris

    A Harris Distinguished Member Dubiously Honored

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    I'd forgotten about this thread. Here are more:

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