Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Feb 10, 2008.
Yes, Frank Mariani.
"Honey, I forgot to duck" What a fantastic line!
I just posted some Woodhouse and Reid and Taylor grey fabric if you or anyone else is interested.
May I find out more?
Despos seems like concrete evidence to me re Ronny R. Just for my sanity I will ask to see the letter in September when i visit if I remember. Yes Rangoon didn't seem top shelf enough for a US President. Was holding a piece of Riviera 7525 today in my workroom and the opinion stands a lot of give across the piece and I think you said it, when you described it as not lux.Still as said before can't complain about the price. Something like the old Scabal Tempo would have been around the same price when Riviera was current and would travel better with a dry handle and an extra twist in the yarn. I find the Riviera quite spongy. Still each to their own. Thanks for the info, I am now curious about what I saw re letter
Nice! I like the two Donegals. Malloy or W. Bill? That Navy Herringbone is Moonbeam, right? I have a sportcoat made of that and love it. Be sure to get veeeerrry minimal padding on it for uber softness.
Thanks, Slew. Donegals are superb and are from W. Bill and yes navy herringbone is Moonbeam, I like them all. All going to Steed.
Nice haul forex! I just had the H Lesser X Barbera made up and its just stunning. The donegal are great as well.
Very nice. Where from?
Thanks, do you have a picture of it made up? I am having hard time with this one, I like it but not sure how it will make up.
thought you dont wear suits much anymore?
You can still have them made though
Navy Herringbone Moonbeam photos of the finished garment please.
Badsha,I don't have any of those made up yet but navy herringbone looks very nice. I highly recommend it if you are looking for a navy herringbone. I plan to get it made up with two hip patch pockets.
I'll try and take a photo today.
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