The Anderson & Sheppard Expatriates Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by voxsartoria, Jun 6, 2008.

  1. Manton

    Manton RINO Dubiously Honored

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    Now that would be cool.
     
  2. Butler

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    Checking the work of tailor at The All Guilds exhibition :bigstar:


    NEW YORK MEET? I will be in New York 16th t0 19th November - if any of the locals would like to meet, PM me
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    Photo: SARTORIAL NOTES sartorialnotes.com
     
  3. patrickBOOTH

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    Sorry I missed you Butler, unfortunately I was out of town. I hope you enjoyed yourself. I believe a few years ago I mentioned that I thought I saw you and you said you hadn't been in NYC for something like ~20 years. Things have changed...
     
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    A Steed DB Fox Flannel suit making an appearance in the wild...Merry Christmas!

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    Awesome! Merry Christmas.
     
  7. loarbmhs

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    Hi Slewfoot,

    As a small post-holiday present, I hope you won't mind my sending the attached—a slightly reworked version of the lovely photo you posted. In the spirit of this being a site about clothing, I did a few "alterations": brightened the photo, took out the shadows on your faces and removed most of the distracting people in the background. No charge of course.
     
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    Slewfoot Senior member

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    Wow! Thank you so much and very gracious of you! Glad you enjoyed it. Happy Holidays!
     
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    loarbmhs Senior member

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    My pleasure. Glad you liked it. and happy Holidays to you, too!
     
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    Can you trim Sleewfoot's hair and bring his badass beard back while you are at it?[​IMG]
    Oh and you missed a person behind the fountain.
     
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    You'll note that I said in my first post that I removed "most" of the people in the background. You're quite right about the one remaining person, but I didn't overlook them; the retouching required was beyond my pay grade, as was trimming Slewfoot's hair and restoring his beard. :)
     
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    That double breasted suit looks phenomenal!
     
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    At the Royal Navy Church in Steven Hitchcock Cashmere with suede accents, Grundwald PS, Sran O'Flynn gingham and corduroy from Cordings :bigstar: [​IMG]
     

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