Was just browsing through my dad's wardrobe for shits and giggles, and found something that might be of interest: Fused, absolutely no handwork (neatly made though)... yet it features the much lauded spalla camicia! Surprisingly, the shoulders are also quite lightly padded, with the padding extending about 1.5" beyond the shoulder seam. I wish I knew more about the jacket - alas, the only information I can find on the tags are the brand (Daniel Hechter!), fabric (100% linen) and the fabulous price - S$100 = US$77+. My father has never worn the jacket, and estimates the jacket to be 10-20 years old. Has anyone else encountered vintage (low end?) RTW jackets with spalla camicia? Was this form of shoulder construction just another form of styling - like low gorge heights and narrow lapels, rather than a signal of quality as Styleforumz sees it today?