Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by FaceOfBoh, Oct 25, 2012.
I'm sure Sanrio licenses Hello Kitty for all kinds of things...
Is that outerwear? If it's a raincoat, then what's the big deal?
Yeah, I kind of forgot to post the context. It's a sport coat - ultrasuede, they used to call it.
Established in 1856 apparently.
Giorgio Armani, I'd like to introduce you to Antonio Germani. He's also a fashion designer.
And another vote that Dunhill is the most popular thing to post here.
This shirt is either: a) fake; b) rebadged; or c) proves that quality control at the factory has gone completely off the rails.
Abercrombi & Fitch: I love linen but unfortunately this brand is a major disappointment.
This jacket had the widest wale corduroy I'd ever seen. This knock-off crew couldn't spell either.
The outside, on the back. Underneath San Francisco California it says, just like Levi's, Quality Never Goes Out of Style.
On the inside:
Seemed fitting. Also had been wanting to post this funny one from a while back.
ITALY (made in Spain)
I'm surprised by the amount of fake Dunhill in this thread.
Wow, they really went all out putting that dunhill "watermark" into the silk.
In a leather jacket made by a distant branch of the Gucci family.
Hmm.. is it really handmade (fatto a mano)?
No idea, felt super cheap tho.
Quoted for awesomeness. That's insanely gross!
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