Tuttofattoamano on "drape": "Founded in 1906 by Frederick Scholte's undercutter, Per Anderson, the house has been fairly faithful to their house cut of a soft, draped coat. Depending on which sources you consult, this can mean all sorts of things. I admit that I am not a fan of what I have seen from them, namely overly wide, droopy shoulders and lumpy, messy chests, not to mention the backs and the sleeves which I think could be improved a lot." Foof - don't mind him, though, he's just a tailor. You know, a guy who - um - does this shit for a living. Unlike you, who are a...wait, what are you again? A Rubinacci-owner. Ah. Carry on... There's a big difference between 'it can mean all sorts of things' and 'it can mean whatever the hell you want it to'.